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During the free event on September 23 visitors can take a Botanical Walk with INPAWS from 10 AM - 11 AM to see and identify native plants.

The event will also feature activities for children, a goodie bag to take home and light refreshments as well as an opportunity to walk the 3/4 mile path around the property.

-- As part of the celebration of Pollution Prevention Week, City Utilities and the Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society (INPAWS) are offering a free opportunity for you to learn about native plants and how wetlands can help reduce water pollution on Saturday, September 23 from 9 AM - 1 PM.

The Camp Scott wetlands stores and treats rain water runoff from several neighborhoods in south east Fort Wayne.

City Utilities has tips you can use during "Fix A Leak" Week and all year-round to help find and eliminate leaks. The better accommodate our customers who manage their City Utilities accounts online, and to provide a payment website that is compatible with mobile devices such as phones and tablets, City Utilities has upgraded our online payment portal effective February 21, 2017!

To access the new payment website click "Pay My Bill" to your right on this screen.

The project will reduce operational costs of the wastewater system and treatment plant and provide water quality and health benefits by reducing combined sewer overflow events to the St Mary’s, St Joseph and Upper Maumee Rivers thereby improving the environment for community residents and businesses in Fort Wayne.

-- Each year City Utilities publishes a water quality report with details about the source of Fort Wayne's drinking water, how it is treated and the results of water quality tests conducted in the previous calendar year.All residents may now use water from the tap for drinking and cooking with no further need for precautions. On Friday, April 21, as a precaution, City Utilities advised residents to boil water used for drinking or cooking.The safeguard was implemented because the water distribution system lost pressure in a few locations due to a power surge at an I&M circuit breaker.At an awards ceremony in Carmel, Mark Gensic, an engineer with Fort Wayne City Utilities, received the Professional Practice Ethic sand Leadership Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers, Indiana Chapter.The award recognizes a licensed professional engineer-leader who has demonstrated superior ethics and leadership in their profession.

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