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River levels to be lowered 9/8/2020

The City of Fort Wayne will be lowering river levels to the non-recreational winter-time level beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2020.
MamaJo halfway celebration

MamaJo celebrates halfway point

At 3:45 this morning MamaJo pounded through bedrock, hitting the milestone of nearly 2.5 miles between the bridge at Van Buren Street and the Norfolk Southern railroad bridge.

River level lowering – 8/24/2020

The City will be lowering the river levels to the non-recreational winter-time level beginning Monday, August 24, 2020.

Three years, zero overflows on the St. Joe

Today marks three years with no Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) on the St. Joe.

CSO email notifications available

City Utilities reminds residents in Fort Wayne that they can receive an email notification when the City’s combined sewer system is discharging into area rivers.

Consent Decree work reaches final phase

The Board of Public Works today approved a funding ordinance to move forward with the last phase of the 18-year federal requirement to improve our sewer system.

NWS: Updated Flood Statement – 1/12/2020

Updated Flood Statement from the National Weather Service.

NWS: Updated Flood Statement

Flood statement from the National Weather Service, updated January 11, 2020, at 9:19 pm.

MamaJo TBM Cutterhead lowered this morning

Construction crews at the working shaft of Fort Wayne's deep rock sewer tunnel lowered the first piece of MamaJo, the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), into the ground today.

River names combine for TBM moniker

No doubt, the hardest worker on Fort Wayne's Deep Rock Tunnel project, at 24-hours a day, will be the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), which today has been given a name.