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State Boulevard opens tomorrow

Tomorrow, Friday, June 12, 2020, State Boulevard and the new bridge over Spy Run Creek will open with one lane in each direction between Wells and Clinton Street.

State Boulevard closure Monday

Construction on State Boulevard, over the Spy Run Creek, moves to a new phase next week, requiring a complete closure of the road for two months.

Update on 2018 Parks projects and programs

Mayor Tom Henry and Parks & Recreation Director Steve McDaniel today provided an update on the 2018 capital improvement projects and programs.

State Boulevard Progress Continues

As the State Boulevard improvement project continues, new lane restrictions will begin tomorrow near the intersection of Clinton Street and State.
National Weather Service

NWS: Flood Warning with major flooding predicted

The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning in effect until June 16, 1:45 PM EDT.
Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation

Park Commissioners Board meeting tomorrow

The Board of Park Commissioners will conduct their Monthly Board Meeting on Thursday, March 12, 2015, at 10:00 a.m.
#tbt Spy Run Creek on August 28, 2008.

AFW #ThrowBackThursday: Care to walk across the Spy Run Creek?

A the end of August, 2008, one could walk across the Spy Run Creek where it empties into the St. Marys River between Headwaters and Lawton Parks.
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Riverfront consultants propose a balance of nature, recreation and development

Fort Wayne's riverfront consultants met with the public this evening to present initial concepts for the downtown riverfront.
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Combined Sewer Overflow warning today

Today's forecast indicates a strong possibility that overflows will occur or have occurred in the past 24 hours.
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Streets closed due to high water, pumps running

City Utility, Street Department and Flood Control staff members worked through the night combating flash flooding that hit the area due to more than 3 inches of rain that fell overnight.