Financial plan for future leads to $3 million annually for Parks

Fort Wayne, Ind. – Mayor Tom Henry today was joined by members of the Parks & Recreation Department, elected officials, and community and neighborhood leaders to applaud the planned improvements the public will see in the City’s Parks system.  Today’s announcement was made possible by the leadership of Mayor Henry’s Administration, the Fiscal Policy Group, neighborhood and business leaders, and the members of City Council who supported and passed a financial plan for the future that provides $3 million in annual funding to assist with maintenance and improvement projects at Parks facilities without having to borrow money.

Free program has served 22,700 children


Today marked the successful completion of the Lifetime Sports Academy’s 16th summer with more than 1,250 participants this year and a total of 22,700 participants over the last 16 years. Group lessons in the lifetime sports of golf, tennis and swimming were offered to boys and girls, ages 8 – 18. Lessons focused on skill development.

Public invited to view renderings next week

Fort Wayne, Ind. - Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry, City Councilman Glynn Hines and Parks & Recreation Director Al Moll were joined by MSKTD and Associates today to unveil the renderings of the McMillen Park Community Center, a Legacy Fort Wayne project.

July 12, 2013 


Botanical Roots Concert Series

Botanical Conservatory, Fridays, July 26 – August 30



Fort Wayne, IN: Botanical Roots, the eclectic downtown concert series featuring music from a wide diversity of regional heritages and cultural backgrounds, begins again Friday, July 26:

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