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As the state continues to seek relief to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19, today Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine revised their “Stay at Home” orders to include nine additional counties – Berks, Butler, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Luzerne, Pike, Wayne, Westmoreland and York – bringing the state total to 19 counties under a stay-at-home order
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In an effort to encourage social distancing, the City of York Department of Public Works will be making changes to city parks that include restricting access to playground equipment, skateboarding facilities, and basketball courts.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health today confirmed as of 12:00 a.m., March 26, that there are 560 additional positive cases of COVID-19
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, York City curbside yard waste will be suspended beginning April 1st and for the foreseeable future until normal operations resume.
Please note the following upcoming Med-Ed work affecting the City of York in the coming weeks. Met-Ed will provide all proper traffic control and flagging services. Work will begin each day at 8:30 A.M. and end at approximately 4:00 P.M.
Today Mayor Michael Helfrich announces additional proactive efforts to promote social distancing and to promote public health practices in the City of York for Coronavirus mitigation.
To provide access to essential services in our downtown core we will continue to enforce meter parking in the Market District. All other meter enforcement in the city is suspended. The purpose of meter enforcement in these designated areas is to allow for resource users to access essential business operations for our healthcare facilities, pharmacies, banks, etc.
In an effort to protect the wellbeing of our local fauna, the City of York has installed temporary fencing amongst the trees at Kiwanis Lake to close off areas of the rookery during nesting season for the Egrets and Black Crowned Herons. The fences are designed to keep the birds protected during this time. During the duration of this temporary fencing, no mowing and/or trimming will be performed by city staff in those areas to reduce any additional stress on the birds. Allowing the grass to grow will also provide shelter to the fledglings when they fall out of the nests.