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Franke Park Master Plan Available for Public Viewing

The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department has released the final version of the Franke Park Master Plan for public view. It can be viewed now at FrankeParkMasterPlan.com 


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Foster Pavilion III:

Currently the restoration of Foster Pavilion III is being planned for the spring of 2022. The planned project is intended to fully and accurately restore the historic stone pavilion in the Foster Park Oak Grove along with landscape improvements, including a new paved trail connecting the pavilion with the Foster Park walking loop, bank clearing along the adjacent St. Marys River to increase visibility, and accessibility improvements. The original rustic-style pavilion was built in c. 1938 by the Federal Works Progress Administration and the current demand for pavilion space in Foster Park has spurred this effort. Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation and Friends of the Parks of Allen County recognize the historic significance of this beautiful open-air pavilion. The restoration, along with other improvements in the park and nearby, will improve connections between Foster Park and park resources and neighborhoods.
 

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Three rivers converge in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.
People in Northeast Indiana have gathered here for centuries.
Experience the legacy. Explore the natural wonder. And enjoy
this community’s new momentum forward.

Learn more about the Riverfront.  

 

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Designs Revealed for Next Phases of Riverfront Fort Wayne

The City of Fort Wayne’s riverfront consulting team revealed designs for the next phases of riverfront development, some of which could be under construction within the next 12-18 months.

Want to learn more about  Riverfront Phases II & III?  Check out:  Riverfrontfw.org and like Riverfrontfw on Facebook.




Important News to USE


Mayor announces masking requirement to change at City-owned facilities

Mayor Tom Henry announced that masks will no longer be required at City of Fort Wayne-owned facilities effective March 1. Masks will continue to be recommended.  Check out the COVID-19 link to learn more about the impact to Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation programs. 

 

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Parks Profile

Are you curious about the number of parks and all the different amenities the Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department provides to the community?  Check out the Parks Profile flyer to learn more.

The Fun Times

The Fun Times is a guide that is updated four times a year. It includes events, classes, and programs that are available. The guide is available online and in the mail to those who sign up to be on our mailing list. To be added to our mailing list and/or to sign up for our E-News please go to the Talk to us 2! page. You can always view the most Current Fun Times (click on the icon located on the left side) on any page.

Thank you Fort Wayne!

Thank you for supporting our Department! Our overall customer service rating continues to run over 90%!!


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