City Utilities' goal is to meet your expectations about water quality and reliability every day while providing good value.
Stormwater, rain or melted snow that runs off of yards or hard surfaces, is an important part of the water cycle.
Each of Fort Wayne’s rivers receives water from its own unique watershed. A watershed is an area of land from which rain water or snow melt drains to the same location, such as a stream at the bottom of a hillside. Whatever the water runoff picks up as it flows over land and across hard surfaces in the watershed is carried to the rivers.
2016 Platinum Award for Utility Excellence
Neighborhood Stormwater Improvements Continue – Great Lakes Commission Grant, Aids Upcoming Improvement
Delivering High-Quality Water, 20 Years in a Row – National Recognition Applauds City Utilities’ Safe Water
State funding will be used to complete needed improvements to reduce combined sewer overflow events
Water Pollution Control Plant Tour
Location: Paul L. Brunner Water Pollution Control Plant
When: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM