Cortland Repertory Theatre

June 8 – 18, A Fox On The Fairway (CRT)
Pavilion at Dwyer Memorial Park, Little York. Golfer Jimmy DeMaret once remarked “Golf and sex are the only things you can enjoy without being good at them.” With that in mind, come join the “teed off” gang down at the Quail Valley Country Club as they prepare to take on their archrivals, the Crouching Squirrels, in the Annual Inter-Club Golf Tournament. With a sizable wager at stake, the contest plays out amidst romantic shenanigans, mistaken identities, a disappearing diamond, objectionable sweaters, and an exploding vase. This regional premiere is a charming madcap adventure about love, life, and man’s eternal love affair... with golf! For more information call (607) 756-2627, email, or visit




Empire State Senior Games

June 13-19, Empire State Senior Games

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Landmark Society in Homer NY

June 17-18, Homer History Celebration

Friday 7-11 pm, Saturday 8 am - 11 pm. Historical exhibits, walking tours, entertainment, old fashioned kids games, farmers market, sidewalk sales. For complete schedule, visit

Community Center Rummage Sale

June 18, Community Center Rummage Sale

9 am - 3 pm, Cortland Community Center, 90 Central Ave. This is the Community Center's annual rummage sale fundraiser. We are also looking for donations of new or gently used items. No books or clothes please. Please drop donations off at the center Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 am-4 pm. For more information call (607) 753-9441, email or visit

Lime Hollow Nature Center

June 18, Nature Hike

10 am, Lime Hollow Visitor Center, 338 McLean Rd. Take a stroll with a Lime Hollow Naturalist. Monthly hikes include a fun topic or theme. Hikes typically last an hour and a half. Don't forget binoculars, field guides, small snack and a water bottle. There are some binoculars available to borrow. Free admission, donations appreciated. For more information call (607) 662-4632, email, or visit

Cortland Free Library

June 18, The Golden Cap

10:30-11:30 am, Cortland Free Library Youth Services Department. Celebrate local Cortland author Sally N. Kamerling and Ithaca illustrator Marie Sanderson as the discuss their new picture book "The Golden Cap." Come join in this fun inter-generational program for all ages! Discover how a book is made and enjoy artifacts and tastes from Holland. You could even win the book! No charge. For more information call (607) 753-1043, email or visit

JM McDonald Sports Complex

June 18, Father's Day Family Skate

12-1:30 pm, JM McDonald Sports Complex, 4292 Fairgrounds Dr. Dads Skate Free during Father's Day Weekend, others are $6 per person. Skate rentals are not included in this promotion, and are $2 per person. For more information call (607) 753-8100, email, or visit

Center for the Arts in Homer

June 18, WXHC 101.5 Birthday Celebration

2-9 pm, Center for the Arts, 72 S. Main St., Homer. Celebrating 25 years on the air with WXHC! Food & drinks, beer & wine bar, and live broadcasting from WXHC – plus live, local music throughout the day. Free concerts: 2 pm, Don Barber and The Dukes; 4 pm, Steve Southworth and The Rockabilly Rays; 6 pm, Johnny & Lonnie. For more information call (607) 749-4900 or visit

Center for the Arts in Homer

June 18, Mystic Moondance – the Ultimate Van Morrison Tribute Concert

7 pm, Center for the Arts, 72 S. Main St., Homer; doors at 6 pm. Moondance is the ultimate Van Morrison Tribute Concert. This incredible show captures the Van Morrison concert experience like no other. You’ll hear classic tunes - Brown Eyed Girl, Moondance, Domino, It Stoned Me, Tupelo Honey, Wild Night, Into The Mystic, Caravan - just to name a few. The show is packed with one VM classic after the next. Tickets: $12 General, $10 Senior. For more information call (607) 749-4900 or visit

Cortland YMCA

June 19, Borg Warner YMCA Race Series

9 am start. 5K race series around the Cortland area. Registration available on-line at


June 20, Effects of Warming Waters on Farms and Farming

7 - 9 pm, location TBA. Amanda Barber from Cortland Soil & Water Conservation District, Mike McMahon from EZ Acres Farm, and additional speakers TBA. Farmers make their living from the land and are connected to it. They were the first stewards of land and water resources and continue to work hard to protect these for the next generation. Join our distinguished panel as they outline current thinking in farm best management practices to support environmental and economically sustainable agriculture. Learn more about the progress that has been made and the challenges that farmers face in a rapidly evolving environment. Sponsored by the Cortland–Onondaga Federation of Kettle Lake Associations, Inc. C-OFOKLA is dedicated to the preservation of the kettle lakes, surrounding waters and watershed regions in Cortland and Onondaga Counties. Free and open to the public, but registration is encouraged to ensure your seat. Please visit to register.

Cortland Free Library

June 22, Garden Weed Identification

6 pm, Cortland Free Library, 32 Church St. Claudia Hitt, Horticulture Program Educator from Cornell Cooperative Extension, will teach about weed identification and pressing. This is the second in a series of 4 Family Friendly Gardening Workshops. No charge. For more information call (607) 753-1042, email or visit

Cortland City Seal

HOME Program Funds Available

NEW FOR 2016 – The City of Cortland was awarded $304,000 from New York State to administer a new HOME Program in the City.  Home funds will be used for the rehabilitation of single-family homes in the City that are owned and occupied by low-to-moderate income persons. READ MORE >>

Cortland City Seal

Income Property Program Funds Available

ATTENTION INCOME PROPERTY OWNERS - NEW FOR 2016 – The City of Cortland was awarded $400,000 to administer an Income Property Program in the City.   The funds will be used for the rehabilitation of substandard, one to three unit income properties in the City where at least 51% of the tenants are low-to-moderate in income. READ MORE >>

Emergency 911 Address

Can the City of Cortland Find You Quickly in an Emergency?

Emergency 911 Address & House Number

The following guidelines will assist you in correctly posting an emergency 911 address number. If you have a question in reference to posting your house number, call the Fire Station at 758-8380, or Code Enforcement at 753-1741.

1. The number shall be displayed in a location visible from the road on which the number is assigned, such as a mailbox easily identifiable from the street.

2. The number should be placed on the house or dwelling unit in an area immediately adjacent to the front door. Numbers must be readily visible from the street and the view of the numbers should not be blocked by trees or shrubs.

3. Numbers may be placed on a sign or post at the entrance to a right-of-way or shared driveway. If the sign serves multiple buildings, the address to each house or unit served by that right-of-way or shared driveway shall be affixed. If the house or unit is not visible from the point at which the individual driveway breaks from the right-of-way or shared driveway, the address number must also be posted on the house or dwelling or unit.

4. Numbers should be at least 4 inches high.

5. Numbers should be plain block numerals, not script or written numbers.

6. Numbers shall be set on a background or contrasting color, preferably white or black. It is recommended that a retro reflective material be used.

7. Do not place number on utility poles, road signs, or anywhere within the road right-of-way (except mailboxes).

8. Temporary display of addresses for new structures shall be maintained during construction.

If you receive your mail at a Post Office Box you must still post the Emergency 911 Address on your property so that it can be located by emergency vehicles.

Cortland City Seal

Energy ChallengeEnergy Challenge Program

The typical household in Central New York wastes about 30 percent of its energy consumption. The Challenge Team program is designed to reduce that energy waste.

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