Symphoria "Home for the Holidays" Concert

December 12, Home for the Holidays Concert (Symphoria)
7:30 pm, Cortland High School. Ring in the holidays with Symphoria and special guest vocalist Danan Tsan. Sean O'Loughlin conducts this entertaining performance featuring your favorite holiday songs and festive sounds of the season. Adults $20, Seniors $18, College Students with ID $5, Kids under 18 are FREE! To purchase tickets visit www.ExperienceSymphoria.org or call 315-299-5598. For more information call (315) 299-5598, email info@ExperienceSymphoria.org or visit www.ExperienceSymphoria.org.

 

 

 

Cortland Repertory Theatre Downtown

December 10, The Story of Ebenezer Scrooge

2 pm, Downtown Cortland Repertory Theatre, 24-26 Port Watson St. A live, interactive holiday performance presented by the Traveling Lantern Theatre Company! The classic holiday story is re-imagined with just two actors and participation by the kids in the audience! A fun and funny retelling of this wonderful tale, just for kids - of all ages! General Admission $7 per person. For more information call (607) 756-2627 or visit cortlandrep.org.

Homer Intermediate School

December 10, A Christmas Carol

7 pm, Bonne Auditorium, Homer Intermediate School. The many lives of World War I New York City residents intersect in a reimagined, family friendly version of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol”. Borrowing from a variety of Broadway shows, a cast of 50 dancers and guest actors deliver the joy of the Christmas Season. $5 at the door. For more information call (607) 844-3557 or email cwake13053@gmail.com.

Center for the Arts in Homer

December 10 - Tim Reynolds (Solo Acoustic) SOLD OUT

8 pm, Center for the Arts, 72 S. Main St., Homer. With a musical career spanning more than thirty-five years, guitarist and sonic innovator Tim Reynolds is known for his masterful command of melody and timing and for his uncanny ability to improvise on any instrument he touches. Having explored most musical styles, from rock, jazz and blues to classical and reggae, Reynolds’ wide-ranging musical versatility is evident each time he picks up his acoustic or electric guitar. Technically brilliant, yet emotionally honest, Reynolds’ music is inspired and authentic. Tickets $38 general admission, $35 seniors, $32 students. For more information call (607) 749-4900, or visit center4art.org.

Center for the Arts in Homer

December 14-15, Dr. Frankincense and the Christmas Monster

7 pm, Center for the Arts, 72 S. Main St., Homer. Presented by the Center Players and CRT Youth Program. Short Christmas comedy by Sean Abley. For more information call (607) 749-4900, or visit center4art.org, or call (607) 756-2627 or visit cortlandrep.org.

Santa at the Water Works

December 14, 18, 20 & 22, Santa Claus at the Water Works

Wed 5-7 pm, Sun 3-5 pm, Tues 5-7 pm, Thurs 5-7 pm. Santa Claus will be at the Cortland Water Works on Broadway to visit all the good little boys and girls of Cortland.

Lime Hollow Nature Center

Lime Hollow Tree Sale

10 am - 5 pm Monday-Sunday, Lime Hollow Visitors Center, 338 McLean Rd. Support your local Nature Center by purchasing a fresh-cut tree. Santa will be here on Sunday Dec 11 from 1-3 pm. For more information call (607) 662-4632, email info@limehollow.org, or visit limehollow.org.

Here Comes Santa

Registration Open for "Here Comes Santa"

Schedule a home visit from Santa and the Cortland Fire Department on December 18. Registration opens on November 28 at cortlandyb.recdesk.com. For more information call (607) 756-5612.

Holiday Lighting Contest

2016 City of Cortland Holiday Lighting Contest

The Cortland Community Center's's annual holiday lighting contest will be held from December 12-16. Sign-ups are accepted November 21 to December 9. All are welcome to join who live in one of the 8 wards of the city. There are 4 ways to enter: message us on our Facebook page, email entries to cortlandcommunitygroup@yahoo.com, call/text entry to 607-727-1945 (Arlene), or stop by the center Monday - Friday at 90 Central Ave Cortland (the Community Center at the old rail station) on Tuesday or Thursday between 10 and 4.

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Grievance Procedure per Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act

The City of Cortland has adopted a grievance procedure relative to discrimination on the basis of disability in programs and activities funded with certain federal funds.

BACKGROUND: Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (the “Act”) as amended, prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in programs and activities conducted by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) or that receive financial assistance from HUD.

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City of Cortland Traffic Study

Take Our Survey Now

The City of Cortland has begun a traffic circulation and accessibility study of Main Street between Clinton Avenue and Port Watson Street. The project will include investigation and analysis of traffic circulation and congestion, safety, parking, freight deliveries, transit, bicycles, and pedestrians.

You are invited to attend a Public Information Meeting on Thursday November 3, 2016 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the Cortland Repertory Theatre, 24-26 Port Watson Street, Cortland, NY to learn how you can be involved and express your input on the project. We would also appreciate it if you publicized the Facebook event through your social media channels.

The purpose of the meeting will be to provide an overview of the project, share data regarding existing conditions, and discuss the next steps. The meeting is also intended to be a visioning session. Following a brief presentation, the public will have an opportunity to discuss the issues and opportunities that need to be considered and how strategic changes could improve the corridor.

The meeting is open to the public, and light refreshments will be provided. If any members of the public are unable to attend the meeting, but would like to submit comments, you are invited to send ideas and comments by email to the City’s Project Manager, Adam Megivern.

For questions about project: Email Adam Megivern, Executive Director Cortland Downtown Partnership or call (607) 342-6460.

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City of Cortland Small Business Assistance

Do you want to open a small business? Do you need to expand your small business? This may be your chance to be in business for yourself! The City of Cortland will be applying for NYS funding for a city-wide Microenterprise Program to assist small businesses with five or fewer employees, including the owners. For more information contact Laura Meagley at Thoma Development Consultants immediately at (607) 753-1433 or download guidelines and pre-application. The city must apply for this opportunity to assist small businesses no later than July 29. Act soon so this opportunity doesn't expire!

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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 >>

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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.

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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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