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Trot the Trails event canceled due to weather

Due to the weather, the Trot the Trails event that was scheduled for tomorrow has been canceled.

Trot the Trails event – 6/26/2021

The City of Fort Wayne and Allen County are partnering for a third Trot the Trails horse trail ride on Saturday, June 26, 2021.
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NIRCC Open House – 3/16/2021

The Northeastern Indiana Regional Coordinating Council (NIRCC) would like to invite the public to attend an open house to review 2022-2026 plans.

New Mayhew Bridge Boat Ramp opened

The Allen County Commissioners and Indiana Department of Natural Resources today officially opened the Mayhew Road Bridge boat ramp.

New signal at Getz Road and Constitution Drive

Beginning Monday motorists will notice a safety improvement on the City's southwest side with a new traffic signal at the intersection of Getz Road and Constitution Drive.
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Transportation planning Open House – 3/19/2017

NIRCC would like to invite all citizens to attend an open house to review the Draft Fiscal Year 2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
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Trail Branding and wayfinding public meetings

NIRCC would like to invite you to attend a public meeting to provide feedback on the Northeast Indiana Trail Branding and Wayfinding initiative.
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Southwest Area Task Force first meeting

The group charged with examining land use plans for the southwest portions of Allen County will gather for its first meeting this coming week.
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Trail Branding and Wayfinding Survey

Please take a moment and participate in our survey for naming and branding the Northeast Indiana Regional Trail System and the State Visionary Trail.
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Warning signs installed near River Dams

More than 30 signs and buoys are being installed along the St. Joseph and Maumee rivers to promote awareness of the dangers of low-head (small) dams.