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Trash and Recycling ChangesTrash (starting April 1, 2023) · Must use City issued toter · All trash must be inside toter · Additional toter by request includes additional fee (see below)
Ordinances to adopt on 2nd reading 3/20/2023At its meeting scheduled for March 20, 2023 at 7:00 p.m. Corry City Council will vote on whether to adopt on second reading the following ordinances:
Erie County Elections "How-to-run" for office presentationInterested in running for local office? The Erie County Elections Team will be presenting the "How-to-run' for office at the Blasco Library, Hirt Auditorium on February 8th from 5:30-7 pm. Topics to be discussed include: • Circulating Nomination Petitions • Signature requirements • Statement of...
Local Sidewalk Snow RemoversWith the passage of Ordinance 1630 - Sidewalk Snow Removal - there may be a need for contact information of local snow removers. Below is a list of snow removers that have been in contact with the City to offer their services. Tamarack Property Maintenance @ 814-664-0198W. & Z. Hovis @ 814-720-0750Dave’s LC & Maint...
City of Corry Police K-9 Fund DonationsThe City of Corry Police Department needs your help as they work to implement a full-time Police K-9 Unit! The City of...
Waste Management's At Your Door Special Collection serviceWaste Management's At Your Door Special Collection service can safely collect many types of unwanted potentially...
Welcome to our updated websiteWe are pleased to announce the launch of our brand new website! After months of hard work and dedication, we are...
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PLANCorry is a multi-faceted planning effort, involving 3 main items:
Comprehensive Plan update
City Asset Inventory and Property Assessment
Zoning Ordinance rewrite
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A little over 200 years ago, the Corry area was a swampy valley with three creeks meandering through dense woods of towering hemlocks and pines.Read More