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The City of Fort Wayne announced that phase 3 of the Hessen Cassel stormwater improvement project, which will feature the construction of the Colonial Heritage Wetlands, is underway.
In conjunction with the Great American Cleanup, residents can bring their yard and garden waste to City Utilities’ Biosolids Handling Facility tomorrow for free.
Fort Wayne City Utilities held a news conference last Monday, April 26, 2021, to announce that $92 million in infrastructure improvements will be made in 2021.
Mayor Tom Henry joined neighborhood leaders, City Council members, and City Utilities to reveal more than $90 million investment in 2021 City Utility improvements.
The clean rivers we all want begin with Clean Drains Fort Wayne, the new three-year collaboration between Friends of the Rivers and Fort Wayne City Utilities.
Residents can learn how to install a rain garden and soak up stormwater in their yard by attending an upcoming City Utilities’ Rain Garden Workshop.
Spring Street between Leesburg Road and Tyler Avenue will close tonight at 10:00 p.m. so that City Utilities' crews can replace a water valve.
Crews will replace two aging water valves near the intersection of South Anthony Boulevard and Wayne Trace beginning Monday, April 12, 2021.
The Fort Wayne City Utilities has announced that Spring Street has reopened.
Fort Wayne City Utilities news release announcing the continuing closure of Spring Street. Traffic Alert: Spring Street Remains Closed Fort Wayne, Indiana (March 31, 2021)...