The map below shows the diversity in Fort Wayne. The areas in green are more diverse, while the areas in red are much less diverse. Diversity, in this case, means a mix of people of different races and ethnicities who live close to each other. For example, the all-black and white areas of the city would be considered to lack diversity.
The development of Fort Wayne in the early 20th century was influenced by the City Beautiful movement and focused on a park and boulevard plan conceived by urban planner Charles Mulford Robinson in 1909 and completed by landscape architect George Kessler in 1912. Fort Wayne is the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Wayne—South Bend, which encompasses 14 counties in northern Indiana, and the Indiana District of the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church, which encompasses all of Indiana and north-central Kentucky. The Fort Wayne metropolitan area is comprised of eight counties including Fort Wayne's Allen and Whitley Counties, Stueben County, DeKalb County, Wells County, Adams County, Huntington County, and Noble County. Wayne promised that the rest would remain Indian land, which is why the territory west of Ohio was called Indiana. The nickname Fort Wayne Summit City dates from this period and refers to the city's position at the highest elevation along the canal route.
The Asian population in Fort Wayne is 14,131 inhabitants, a percentage of 5.4 percent are Asians, of which 444 are Asian Indians, 991 are Chinese, 338 are Filipino, 100 Japanese, 505 Koreans, 1610 are Vietnamese and 10,143 are citizens of other Asian countries. Inter-college sports in the city include the Purdue Fort Wayne Mastodons, which represent Purdue University Fort Wayne (PFW) in the Horizon League, Division I of the NCAA, and the schools of the NAIA Indiana Tech (Wolverine—Hoosier Athletic Conference) and University of Saint Francis (Crossroads League) and Mid-States Football. Association). The median age of the population of Fort Wayne is 35.4 years, the population of Fort Wayne by age is 65,399, 16 years or older is 204,347, 18 years or older is 197,508, 21 years or older is 188,745, 65 years or older is 47,431. The occupancy rate is 91 percent, 57.10% of homes are owner-occupied, and 33.43% of homes are renter-occupied in Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne is a city in northeastern Indiana, located in the east-central Midwest region in northeastern Indiana in the United States. With 265,974 inhabitants, Fort Wayne is the second most populous city in the state of Indiana among 685 cities. Fort Wayne state senators include Dennis Kruse (district 14), Liz Brown (15) and David Long (16). The manufacturing industry is deeply rooted in Fort Wayne's economic history and dates back to the early days of the city's growth as an important commercial stop along the Wabash and Erie canals.
There are a total of 116,436 housing units. Fort Wayne's voting population is 184,660, of which 86,702 are men, 97,958 are women voters, 47.0% are men and 53.0% are women. Access Fort Wayne maintains the public access capabilities of Fort Wayne and Allen Counties that serve from the Allen County Public Library. The following year, Wayne negotiated a peace agreement, the Treaty of Greenville, with tribal leaders, in which they agreed to stop fighting and relinquished most of what is now Ohio along with certain areas further west, including the area around Fort Wayne that encompasses Kekionga and ground transportation.