Weather permitting, York City curbside customers may begin to place yard waste at their designated pick-up point for collection on their normal recycling day, beginning Tuesday, March 1st.
On Thursday February 24, 2022, City of York Department of Fire Rescue Services will be accepting delivery of two new E-One fire engines. The twin fire engines will be delivered to Fire Station 2, at 273 W. Market St., at 10:00 a.m. They are 2021 and 2022 E-One Typhoon pumper engines, which have been specified by YCFD members to enhance the department and best serve the community.
Mayor Michael Helfrich is pleased to announce that considering the recent decrease in COVID-19 caseloads, York City Hall will reopen and resume in-person operations with the public on Monday, February 28th.
Despite the decline in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, the level of community transmission in York County remains HIGH (Source: CDC). To continue to protect our residents, the City of York Bureau of Health and partners have decided to cancel the monthly Narcan distribution event on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. The next regularly scheduled monthly event will continue the 4th Tuesday of each month in March.
The City of York announces to residents and visitors that there will be no street sweeping on the morning of Friday, February 4th, between 7:15 a.m. and 11:45 a.m., due to the expected sleet and freezing rain forecast for the day.
Due to the expected sleet and freezing rain forecast for Friday afternoon and hazardous driving conditions, the City of York announces to curbside customers in the Tuesday/Friday pick up area that collections will begin one hour early at 5 a.m. on Friday 2/4/22.
The York City Police Department would like to invite members of the media to attend a press conference at Stillmeadow Church (350 Chestnut St. York, PA 17401), on Tuesday, February 8, 2022, at 10:30 a.m.
The City of York is currently seeking proposals from qualified organizations and/or contractors with established professional competence and experience to provide special events services.
The City of York is launching Phase 2 of its parking system modernization program with the installation of automated pay station technology in the three downtown York parking garages.
York City Mayor Michael Helfrich today issued the following statement regarding an agreement reached between the City, Pennsylvania-American Water Company, five suburban municipalities, the Office of Consumer Advocate (OCA), the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission’s Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement (I&E), the Office of Small Business Advocate (OSBA) and The York Water Company