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The Fort Wayne City Utilities year in photos for 2020.
In 2020, City Utility upgrades moved forward with more than $100M in water, sanitary, and storm improvements in more than 90 neighborhoods.
The City of Fort Wayne will be lowering river levels to the non-recreational winter-time level beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2020.
City of Fort Wayne Utilities news release announcing the passing of the halfway point on MamaJo's underground journey.
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.
The City will be lowering the river levels to the non-recreational winter-time level beginning Monday, August 24, 2020.
Customers of Fort Wayne’s water utility will receive the Annual Drinking Water Quality Report this week.
Today marks three years with no Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) on the St. Joe.
Beginning tomorrow, May 5, Superior Street will close between Clinton and Barr Street as crews construct a 48-inch consolidation sewer.
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.