Monday, December 16, 2019
Hours: Dawn to Dusk
Located at the Eastlake MetroPark, 433 N Mecca St (St Rt 46)
Cortland City Hall, 400 N High St, is one of the drop off locations
Collecting items through December 31st
Please call 330-637-3916 or click here for more information and a list of suggested items
Front Row - Patti Keller, President Deidre Petrosky, Vice-President Kevin Piros, Kathy Fleischer
Back Row - James Edwards, Don Moore, Scott Rowley
To contact a council member click here
Do not blow or pile snow/ice that obstructs the vision of motorists on city streets.
Clearing of snow/ice on sidewalks is the responsibility of the property owner.
Please be mindful that city snow plows need to clear the streets.
Pursuant to Codified Ordinance 351.14
Check out this amazing video of the City of Cortland
Courtesy of Cortland resident, Bob Coller
* You are able to scroll through the NEWS above by using the arrows to each side
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.
Mosquito Lake is Ohio's second largest lake at 7,850 acres and ranked the 7th Best Ice Fishing Lakes in Ohio. It is one of the best ice fishing spots for walleye in Ohio.
The City is very proud to be 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.
We are committed to providing the information our residents and visitors need about the city. Any questions, concerns or suggestions please feel free to email us by clicking the button to the right.