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FOR ERIE

Erie is a Community of Choice.
We celebrate our:
  • Diverse cultures,
  • Welcoming, vibrant neighborhoods,
  • World-class downtown and bayfront,
  • Schools of excellence, and
  • Abundance of family-sustaining jobs.
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City of Erie Golfer Appreciation Month
Due to the overwhelming response, we are extending the "Early Season Discount." Take advantage of $25* off the purchase of a 2018 Season Ticket. To purchase your Season Ticket, please stop at Erie City Hall, 626 State Street, Room 504, Erie, PA.



*Discounts Available for ALL Season Tickets:

  • Regular
  • Senior 55+
  • College Student (25 & under)
  • Student/Youth (18 & under)

Offer Ends March 1, 2018

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City of Erie Refuse pickup is operating on a one-day delay the week of Christmas as well as the week of New Year’s. Dec 24 – 29, and again Dec 31 – Jan 5. Refuse pickup will operate on a Monday – Friday schedule these two weeks only, rather than the normal Sunday – Thursday schedule. If your normal refuse night is Wednesday, please place it curbside on Thursday evening this week & next week only. In the event of a missed pick-up - please contact Public Works at 870-1450.

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Trick or Treat hours

Trick or Treat hours in the City of Erie will be from 6-8PM on October 31st.

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The City of Erie Investment Prospectus is intended for individuals and corporations looking to invest capital gains in our city’s eight Opportunity Zones.  The City of Erie is committed to getting it into the hands of wealth advisors, investment bankers, accountants, private equity firms, family offices, venture capital firms, angel investment groups, and social impact investors at a local, regional, and national level. 

Investors, outside investors in particular, want the top line messages of what makes our city compelling.  This prospectus lays out the main selling points that investors should know upfront –

Why Should They Invest in Erie?  

You’ll find in this document that we believe there are a multitude of reasons to invest in Erie.  But we’ve identified the following as our main selling points:

  • The nearly $750 capital investment we’ve seen across all sectors, Private, Philanthropic, and Public sector
  • Our Bayfront and our water. And those corresponding assets
  • 23,000 University students that live in Erie at any given time
  • Our Secure Smart City in coordination and partnership with the Erie Innovation District
  • The over 1,000,000 square feet of commercial and residential property prime for redevelopment

In addition to those headline grabbing reasons to invest in Erie, we feature what we call illustrative investment opportunities – or shovel ready projects.  This list is in no way exhaustive.  But we’ve attempted to best identify to the shovel ready projects, or intermediates in place to help investors identify viable investment opportunities, whether that be in operating businesses, startup businesses, mixed-use development, affordable housing, or industrial redevelopment. 

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The City of Erie recycling program has not changed. City residents should continue recycling as they have been. The City of Erie’s recycling contract will remain in effect until the end of the year. Any future changes will be communicated at a later date.

 

 

For county residents:

Erie County will be adjusting their recycling program in order to eliminate glass, shredded paper, and some plastics. Only full sheets of paper will be accepted. Envelopes, postcards, small junk mail, and others will not be accepted with this new program. As far as plastics go, bottles, jugs such as laundry detergent or milk, and jars for peanut butter and condiments will be accepted. However, plastics numbered 3 through 7 will no longer be accepted. Erie County uses a single-stream recycling system, in other words, residents combine materials rather than separate their recyclables. This process is very convenient, but adds an extra layer to the process. The timeline for when this rule will go into effect varies by municipality. They are already in place for most county businesses. The best solution to this process would be to purchase less glass and more items made with aluminum or recyclable plastic. In the future, Erie is looking for alternate methods for reusing glass and recycling it. For more information and an updated list of municipal guidelines, be sure to click the link below! 

 

http://www.goerie.com/news/20180623/how-and-what-to-recycle-in-erie-county


 

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Citizen Response Center

(Call 814-870-1111)
CityGrows - Citizen Response Center

The Citizen Response Center is available to anyone who would like to submit a Complaint, Concern, Compliment, or just has a General Question. An example of each includes:
  • Complaint - My garbage was not picked up.
  • Concern - There is water bubbling up from the street.
  • Compliment - The renovation in Perry Square looks great! Nice job!
  • Question - Where can I obtain a vendor permit?

Pothole Hotline

(Call 814-870-1340)

Large Item Pickup

(Call 814-870-1550)

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Garbage Delinquencies

Garbage Delinquencies
Please Note: This list is dated October 5th, 2018.

Job Openings

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