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On Tuesday, October 11, 2022, the project's second phase will move into the intersection of East Wayne Street and Anthony Boulevard, closing Anthony between Wayne and East Washington Boulevard.
A section of East Wayne Street between Glasgow Avenue and South Anthony Boulevard will close on Tuesday, September 6, 2022, at 7:30 a.m.
Today, Mayor Tom Henry announced that all City of Fort Wayne municipal offices and buildings will be closed on Wednesday and Thursday due to the impending winter storm.
At its recent state conference, the Indiana Water Environmental Association honored Fort Wayne City Utilities' Water Pollution Control Plant in three areas.
Today, after pounding through nearly five miles of bedrock over three years, MamaJo, the Tunnel Boring Machine, called it a day.
In conjunction with the Great American Cleanup, residents can bring their yard and garden waste to City Utilities’ Biosolids Handling Facility tomorrow for free.
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 Fort Wayne City Utilities lab received the Indiana Water Environmental Association Award for Laboratory Excellence for the 18th year in a row.
Today, Mayor Tom Henry announced Citizens Square would remain closed to the public, with current plans calling for the building to reopen on January 25, 2021.
The Fort Wayne City Utilities year in photos for 2020.
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