Update: Check out more relocation information here.
Moving can be a stressful event, but it doesn't have to be unbearable. Organizations in Fort Wayne make it easy to re-settle with ease. The following is a great place to start:
- Visit Fort Wayne: Fort Wayne's new Visitors Center is open at 927 S. Harrison Street, at the corner of Washington and Harrison Streets, downtown. The Visitors Center serves as a "front door" for our community, welcoming guests and offering visitor guides, maps, directions, event listings, and more. Our new space also features improved visitor services including digital signage and touch screen kiosks, additional souvenirs and merchandise, seating areas and more.In addition, the Visitors Center is the newest retail location for two local favorites - DeBrand and Vera Bradley. Please call us anytime at (260) 424-3700 with your visitor questions or stop by to pick up some great itinerary suggestions.
- Apartment Association of Fort Wayne: Often times, an apartment is the first home for the newly relocated. It can be a chore to find a safe, yet affordable place. You're not alone. The Apartment Association of Fort Wayne, which represents apartment community owners, managers, maintenance technicians and those who supply goods and services to the apartment and home rental industry, can help! Their free apartment locator allows you to browse our listings to find the perfect apartment. Each property listing contains detailed property descriptions, photos and contact information to help make your apartment search fast and easy!
- City of Fort Wayne: Need to know when trash is picked up? How about where to pay your water bill? The City can help!
- Fort Wayne International Airport: Are you making the move via plane? Fort Wayne International Airport can make that possible! With nine non-stop destinations and connections worldwide, passengers can truly get anywhere in the world from FWA, serving 9 non-stop markets.
This is just a start. Perhaps the best way to learn about Fort Wayne is to ask a resident. You'll likely find people are very friendly here. That's Hoosier Hospitality for you!