City Works to Prevent Evictions

The City of Fort Wayne is working with Indiana Legal Services, Volunteer Lawyer Program and Brightpoint to help prevent evictions and ensure local residents have a roof over their heads. 

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Civil Rights/Social Justice Mural Project Underway 

The Fort Wayne Public Art Commission is inviting artists to submit their qualifications to design and paint one of two murals that portray local stories of civil rights and social justice. 
 
TenPoint Facade Program Revitalizes Homes 

Four homes in the Oxford Neighborhood are now more attractive and safer thanks to the TenPoint Fa├žade Program.  

Path Connects The Landing to Alleyways
 
Walking or biking from The Landing to the downtown alleys and murals just got a lot easier. Crews recently painted a new green pedestrian and bike path along Harmony Court (beside PNC Bank Tower) and the alley behind Coney Island.

Amazon Coming to Fort Wayne
 
A new Amazon Delivery Station will locate in a shell building near the airport, 8610 Avionics Dr. The City of Fort Wayne Redevelopment Commission supported the construction of the building through a public-private partnership with GH Land Company.

West Central Coffee Opens
 
West Central Coffee, located at the southwest corner of Washington Boulevard and Broadway, is now open. Assisted by a City of Fort Wayne Commercial Facade Grant, West Central Coffee offers high quality, locally roasted coffee, specialty drinks and pastries.

Classes for Entrepreneurs Offered Virtually

Five new Build Institute sessions are now being offered virtually. Supported by SEED Fort Wayne, the Build Institute is a nine-week business education program for idea-stage and early stage business entrepreneurs. 

City Reminds Residents to Remove Abandoned Vehicles

The City's Neighborhood Code Compliance department is reminding residents that it is illegal to park a vehicle that is not operable or does not have a valid license plate anywhere within public view. Additionally, any vehicle must be parked on an approved surface, such as gravel, asphalt, or concrete.
SEED Supports Glasses Gripper Creator

Local entrepreneur Monica Miller recently created the Glasses Gripper to help opticians. With the help of SEED Fort Wayne, Miller is learning how to market her product and build a successful business.  

Map It!

Would you like to see a new trail? Do you think a roadway intersection is too dangerous? Would you like to see a historic building redeveloped? Mark your suggestions on the All In Allen map and help create the next comprehensive plan.

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