Move with The Mayor Vaccination Campaign

Mayor Michael Helfrich today issued the following statement: “’When we’re protected, our community is stronger.

Final Leaf Pick-Up Schedule

The final pick-up for leaves in the City residential areas will begin on Monday, December 19, 2022.

2nd Annual Santa Drive, 1st Annual Letters for Santa

The York City Police Department will be hosting its 2nd annual “Santa Drive” throughout York City on Friday, December 16th from 6pm until 8pm

Traffic Advisories and Street Closings in The City of York

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Snow Removal Policy for Businesses

As we begin the winter season of 2022-2023, the City of York snow emergency team wants to remind businesses of some of the York City Snow Emergency Regulations Specifically, as they apply to plowing of private parking lots and the disposal of snow. These regulations have been enacted for the safety and protection of the driving public as well as residential, business, and industrial citizens in York City.

Snow Emergency Routes

Residents should listen to local radio and television stations or log on to the City's website for announcements of a snow emergency.

Traffic Advisories and Street Closings in The City of York

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York City Curbside Collections Delayed One Day Following Thanksgiving Day Holiday

Due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday, Thursday, November 24th, ALL regular curbside trash collections on Thursday and Friday will be delayed one (1) day.

York City Final Curbside Yard Waste Collections Monday December 12 and Tuesday December 13

The City of York’s Yard Waste Drop-off site will be closed for winter, January through March, and will reopen, weather permitting, on the first Saturday of April 2023.

Free Walk with Ease Program at YMCA of The Roses

Many York City residents are suffering from Arthritis, a painful condition that not only affects quality of life but also has the potential of having dire health consequences. In fact, the CDC reports that 289,839 York residents have Arthritis. To help combat this issue, the YMCA of the Roses (formally the York YMCA), is hosting a walking and stretching program. In partnership with the York City Bureau of Health, the YMCA of the Roses is implementing the Arthritis Foundation’s Walk with Ease program, a six-week evidence-based program that increases participants’ mobility and decreases pain from Arthritis. Studies by the Thurston Arthritis Research Center and the Institute on Aging of the University of North Carolina show that the program is proven to:

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