Now is the Time to Make Electric Works a Reality.

The opportunity

As “the City that Saves Itself,” Fort Wayne’s leaders have the opportunity to transform a vacant industrial campus into Electric Works, a mixed-use innovation district that will unleash the potential of a 21st-century economy.

The issue

If local officials do not agree upon a local funding plan in the coming weeks, the Electric Works project will be at risk. The local funding plan should be finalized by the end of the summer to maximize private, state, and federal investments.

How you can help

Voice your support for the project – attend key meetings and download more information about the project via the button below. As details of the local funding plan are decided, email city and county leaders to encourage them to get the deal done. Click the button below to email them.

Key Upcoming Meetings

Allen County-Fort Wayne Capital Improvement Board
Tuesday, November 6 at 8 a.m.
Grand Wayne Center – 120 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Stay Up to Date

Text ELECTRIC to 35893
We’ll keep you updated on key meetings and ways you can help make Electric Works a reality.

Why support Electric Works?

Job growth

More than 1,500 permanent jobs are projected to be hosted on the Electric Works campus. That’s in addition to the 1,900+ construction jobs created for the two-year construction phase.

Artist rendering of Electric Works design

Economic growth

The completed campus is projected to spark $387 million in annual economic impact and substantially grow the tax base in Fort Wayne and Allen County.


Powering our future

At its peak, about 40% of local workers were employed on this campus. Electric Works will transform a symbol of a bygone era into a regional hub for innovation and a magnet for talent, with community amenities such as a public market.


Get Your Sign!

Supporting the grassroots

When the West Central Neighborhood Association created these signs, they ran out of stock…twice! To accommodate the high demand, GFW Inc. has printed more signs. Now you can get yours at any of these four locations:

Yard sign reads, "We proudly support Electric Works."

Greater Fort Wayne Inc.
200 E. Main St., Suite 800
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

816 Pint & Slice
816 S. Calhoun St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46802

NAPA Ridge (Southwest)
630 Avenue of Autos
Fort Wayne, IN 46804

NAPA Ridge (North)
9151 Lima Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46818

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