Next scheduled pickup: Week of May 24th
Please have brush at the curb no later than Sunday evening, May 23rd
(The program is always the week of the 4th Monday each month)
See Rules/Regulations and the 2021 Schedule here
Date: Monday, May 17, 2021
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: City Hall, 400 N High St (in-person)
Would your Cortland Business/Organization like to participate in the City of Cortland "Welcome Bags" for new residents moving into the community? It's a great way to advertise your business!
The Service Department is accepting applications for summer employment. Ideal candidates are students on summer break, over the age of 18. Employment generally runs from June through August, consisting of a 40 hour work week. Applications can be found here.
Next Spraying: Wednesday, May 26th
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight
Monday, May 31, 2021
City Offices Closed
Opening Memorial Day weekend (tentative)
Located at Pearl Park, 140 Pearl Street
I apologize for the inconvenience to those who use the courts responsibly! However, the courts have been a continual source of problems for the City, as some participants are fighting, swearing, littering, and other inappropriate behavior. The result has been the need for a continual police presence during Lakeview High School home tennis matches. Now, the City is experiencing ongoing destruction and theft in the restrooms. We are seeing paper towels stuffed into the toilets, flooding of the restrooms, the removal of soap dispensers and refills, and other random acts of vandalism. This has resulted in very costly expenditures that the City can no longer bear. At this point, the restrooms will be minimally stocked. There will be no paper towels, a small dollar store soap container, and one roll of toilet paper. We believe that the culprits are utilizing the basketball courts, and by eliminating the ability to play basketball, the problem will correct itself. ~ Mayor Deidre Petrosky
Front Row - Kathy Fleischer, President Kevin Piros, Vice-President Scott Rowley, Don Moore
Back Row - John Picuri, Dick McClain, Jim Bradley
To contact a Councilmember click here
Please click here for Mayor Petrosky's 2020 Annual Report of the City
This report will be included in your next bill
Pavers for the Cortland Veterans Memorial are still available for purchase.
Please click here for the order form, or you may pick one up at Cortland Mower
Please watch this amazing video of our City...
Welcome to Cortland, Ohio!
Courtesy of Bob Coller
Sunday, May 30th at 2:00 p.m. the American Legion Post 540 of Cortland will present a special program at the Veterans Memorial located at Point Park in Cortland. The Memorial Day observance will open with a flag raising by Boy Scout Venture Crew 4025 followed by the American Legion presenting the "Four Chaplains" program and a rifle salute. The public is invited to attend, and everyone is asked to bring a lawn chair and a face mask. Members of the Veterans Memorial Committee will handle the set-up and help direct parking. Cortland Masonic Lodge will provide the sound system.
Unemployment fraud is on the rise!
If you are a victim, go to unemployment.ohio.gov to report it.
You may also call the Ohio State Highway Patrol at (330) 898-2311to file a police report.
The City created a survey to gather input and ideas from residents and businesses - identifying what the public wants to see the community become in the future to guide the Cortland Strategic Plan. Please complete the on-line survey below by Monday, May 31st. Thank you for your participation!
In the coming weeks please look out for honeybee swarms. The Trumbull County Beekeepers Association is available to help with removal of swarms. Please call Andrea at 330-883-9312 or Alysia at 330-984-8395, and if possible, text a picture of the swarm so we can verify that they are honeybees.
The Mayor has declared May as Monarch Education Month. We will be sharing information about the monarch butterflies each week during this month. Click here for Week 2 of fascinating facts about the monarch butterfly!
The City of Cortland is currently accepting applications for a laborer position. A CDL is preferred, but not required. The prospective applicant will have computer experience and should be willing to take courses within the Service Department structure for professional advancement. Please review the attached job description and if you feel you qualify, please print and complete the attached application and submit to Service Director, City of Cortland, 400 N. High St., Cortland, OH 44410 on or before May 17, 2021.
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Cortland Strategic Plan Survey
The City created a survey to gather input and ideas from residents and businesses - identifying what the public wants to see the community become in the future to guide the Cortland Strategic Plan. Residents may complete the survey online (see link below) or in paper form. A paper copy can be found in the May 1st edition of the Cortland News. The completed survey can be mailed back to City Hall at no additional cost to you or dropped off at Cortland Sparkle Market, Cortland Library, or Cortland City Hall via the mail slot at the front of the building or the drop box at the north end of the building. Please return surveys by Monday, May 31st.
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 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.
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