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Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry

2020 highlights: State of the City address #14

Today, Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry delivered his 14th State of the City address with a theme of “Fort Wayne – It’s Our Time.”

Parking lot east of Promenade Park to close

The parking lot at Superior and Harrison Streets will be closed on February 8, 2021, in preparation for the construction of The Riverfront at Promenade Park.
City of Fort Wayne

City seeks control of the food and beverage tax

The City of Fort Wayne wants to obtain local control of the state legislature's food and beverage tax to allow for an additional penny to be collected.

2020 highlights: State of the City address #13

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry today delivered his 13th State of the City address at the Grand Wayne Center.
Riverfront development phase 2 rendering

Riverfront 2 design revealed

The City of Fort Wayne's riverfront consulting team tonight revealed designs for the next phases of riverfront development.

Barrett & Stokely chosen for riverfront development

Mayor Tom Henry today announced the selection of Barrett & Stokely as the developer on the premier riverfront property located at the northeast corner of Harrison and Superior streets.

Promenade Park opening weekend activities

The first phase of the City's Riverfront Fort Wayne project, Promenade Park, will be unveiled to the public tonight, beginning at 5:30 pm.

Povenance Hotels breaks ground on Boutique Hotel

Today, ground was broken in downtown Fort Wayne to ceremonially break ground on a new 124-room boutique hotel.

Allen County posts best domestic migration number yet

In 2018, Allen County added a net 691 new residents via domestic migration, according to statistics released by the U.S. Census Bureau which is Athe county's best single-year total since the Census Bureau began tracking net domestic migration in 1991.

Riverfront Public Meeting – March 7th

The planning process for the next phases of Riverfront Fort Wayne is halfway complete and residents are invited to learn about the progress during a public meeting set for Thursday, March 7, 2019.