City of Fort Wayne

The City of Fort Wayne support neighborhoods and their residents by offering a variety of services and information that will help neighborhood groups thrive and create safe and welcoming communities. The City of Fort Wayne Community Liaison organizes a quarterly meeting for neighborhood association presidents and leaders held on the first Monday of March, first Monday of June, second Monday of September (*due to Labor Day) and the first Monday of December.

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Northwest Area Partnership (NWAP)

In 1995 under Paul Helmke’s administration, the city was divided into four area quadrants each with its own individual leadership to enable Community Oriented Government (government lead by the people). These quadrant groups provide the means by which local leadership can engage with city leaders. Eagle Lake belongs to the Northwest Area Partnership (NWAP), which presently includes over one hundred neighborhood associations.

NWAP meets every third Thursday of the month (except July and December) at 6:30 pm at the Northridge Baptist Church at 1300 E. Cook Road. Each monthly agenda includes a different guest speaker, reports from representatives of the Police Dept., Fire Dept., Neighborhood Code Enforcement, City Councilmen, the City's Neighborhood Advocate, and other city departments, as well as Allen County government officials. We meet to discuss current issues, learn more about the government process and to problem solve.

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