Monday, December 3, 2018
City Offices will be Closed Thursday, November 22nd and Friday, November 23rd
Please Note ~ Trash collection/recycling will be operate on a one day delay due to the holiday.
The City has a Salvation Army Angel Tree with tags for gifts for needy children in the lobby of the Police Station/City Hall. All unwrapped gifts need to be returned by December 7th
The Cortland Fire Department is accepting new, unwrapped toys at the Fire Station on Lattin Street through December 4th for the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Program
Cortland Police are looking for experienced part-time officers. Officers are paid $14.00/hr and double time on holidays worked. Officers shall receive a minimum of 3 hours should they be required to appear in court in an off-duty status. They are issued a city owned firearm and radio and receive a $150.00/year uniform allowance. Completed applications should be submitted to Officer Steve Orslene, Cortland Police Department, 400 N High St Cortland, OH 44410.
Click here for an Application Applications may also be picked up at the Cortland Police Dept/City Hall, 400 N High St, Cortland
Front Row - Patti Keller, President Deidre Petrosky, Vice-President Kevin Piros, Kathy Fleischer
Back Row - James Edwards, Don Moore, Scott Rowley
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On April 17 2018, Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel announces the launch of the City of Cortland online checkbooks on OhioCheckbook.com
Pictured (left to right) Dan Risko (Treasurer's Office), Mayor Jim Woofter, Council President Deidre Petrosky and Finance Director Patti Gibson
Stop by to view the new Veterans Memorial located at the City's Point Park on S High St ~ a place of honor, thanks, inspiration, reverence and great pride. Congratulations to the Veterans Memorial Committee for raising over $170,000 by selling engraved pavers & collecting generous donations from more than 500 individuals, businesses, service clubs and community groups, as well as receiving a $25,000 state grant. This was a community effort with many people and organizations working together. Cortland should be proud!
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The City of Cortland is a growing community - one that is moving ahead while still maintaining the charm that keeps us unique. We offer a growing retail shopping area, including a large variety of specialty shops. Because of our location, light industry is encouraged as we continue to expand. The city also has numerous professional services available for individual needs
Cortland is located in the heart of Trumbull County, adjacent to Mosquito Reservoir and State Park. State highways 5 and 46 are both accessible through the city. We are also a short distance from Interstate 80 via State Route 11.
The City is very proud it was ranked #1 Place to Retire in the State of Ohio (2015 and 2016), #1 Safest Community in Trumbull County (2015) , one of the Top Ten most charming Villages/Small Cities in Ohio (2016), Top 50 Safest Cities in Ohio (2017) and featured in "Our Towns" of The Business Journal.
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