We are in the process of getting estimates for work. At the same time we are working with Public Works Right of Way (owns the land), Parks Department (in case we can get assistance), Planning and Historic Preservation (to make sure we’re
To summarize… We recently mailed out post cards with the results of the community feedback survey and our plans going forward. There are likely questions that people have, and we will address those questions as best we can. We want to take
Below is the first page of the mailer you will be receiving this week. At the bottom you can download the PDF of the full mailer. Also, at the bottom is a link to the Community Feedback survey. Indian Village Community AssociationBoard
CONSTITUTION PREAMBLE Whereas, by the terms of the Plat, and the Dedication thereof, and the statement of restrictions and provisions relating thereto, of Indian Village, an Addition to the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, it was provided that there should be formed
Dear neighbors, friends, and family of Historic Indian Village, Everyone should have received a letter from Indian Village Community Association about theannual meeting on June 30, 2022, at Fort Wayne Sports Club. We can confirm that IVCA wasable to reinstate the business
Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation invites the residents of Fort Wayne to improve the quality of air, reduce urban heat and improve cognitive function and mental fatigue by planting more trees. All of those benefits and many more are experienced when trees are present in the environment. If the price of purchasing and planting trees sounds expensive, there is good news. The Citizen-Match Tree Planting Program offers a variety of shade tree options for just $50 per tree while supplies last. Trees will have a 1 to 1.5 inch diameter trunk and stand six to 10 feet in height. The price includes planting the tree in the park strip between the street and the property line as well as oversight by the City Arborist. This oversight doesn’t stop after the tree is planted. The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Forestry Team is responsible to maintain the publicly-owned urban canopy comprised of approximately 50,000 street trees along nearly 1300 miles of roadway as well as 20,000 trees found within the its 87 parks. In order to achieve the best outcomes, the application provides clear instructions for tree placement within the public park strip along the street. Citizen-match trees may not be planted on private property. If someone is still concerned about the price, they can check the fee waiver option which is based on household size and income. Trees will be planted in the fall between October 1 and December 31.
According to new property managers, there will once again be a Do It Best hardware store in Waynedale where Umbers Hardware once was. The new owners anticipate the store will likely open sometime in July after renovations to the building. The Waynedale News will continue to report on the improvement of this historic building as developments progress.
The letter below was mailed to residents on April 4, 2022, and is intended to notify all residents as to the state of the neighborhood and the former association. The full State of the Neighborhood memorandum follows this letter. Click Here to
POSTPONED: Indian Village Elementary School withdrew permission to hold the meeting there. Organizers plan to reschedule at a different location, and will send notice 10 days prior to the new meeting date. A notice was delivered to most of the neighborhood on
We’ve collected a few resources around our current pandemic. Timeline: Human Coronavirus Discoveries COVID-19 Community Resource (City of Fort Wayne) Indiana COVID-19 Dashboard and Map CDC Covid-19 Index WHO Coronavirus Dashboard John Hopkins COVID-19 Dashboard FEMA Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response