City of York Searching for Christmas Tree

The City of York is searching for the perfect tree to place on the square for this year’s holiday season.


Extreme Heat Affects Time of Collections in York City

Physical labor during extreme heat poses increased risk to outdoor workers who must protect themselves against sun and heat exposure. Hot temperatures often result in heat-related illness like heat exhaustion or heat stroke.


York City Fire Department Vehicle Accident

On Sunday July 5, 2020 at 2347 hours, the City of York Department of Fire/Rescue Services was dispatched to 26 N. State St. for a residential structure fire, smoke from the roof.


Heat Modifies Start Time for Refuse Collections in York City

Due to dangerously high temperatures and humidity in our area expected the week of July 6th – 10th

CITY HALL TO CLOSE WEDNESDAY, JULY 8

CITY HALL TO CLOSE WEDNESDAY, JULY 8th / CITY HALL CERRARÁ EL MIÉRCOLES 8 DE JULIO

First Friday Traffic Advisory July 3, 2020

STREET CLOSINGS AND TRAFFIC ADVISORIES / CIERRE DE CALLE Y AVISOS DE TRÁFICO

York City Police Department Use of Force Policy Now Publicly Available

Today Mayor Helfrich and Commissioner Robinson announce that the York City Police Department Use of Force Policy is now publicly available on the front page of the City of York’s website at yorkcity.org

Yard Waste Facility Remains Closed During City Furloughs Curbside Yard Waste Collections Continue

The City’s Yard Waste Facility at Memorial Stadium will remain closed for June and July and possibly longer.  The facility will not open as long as the City furloughs of reduced staffing and hours continues.

Bureau of Health Releases Business Friendly Covid-19 Assets and Signage

The City of York Department of Economic and Community Development and City of York Bureau of Health are pleased to announce the release of print ready files in both English and Spanish languages for York property owners and businesses to hang in their facilities.

Monument Dedication

On Wednesday July 29, 2020 at 7:00 p.m., there will be an unveiling and dedication of the headstone. The Laurel Fire Company #1 purchased a headstone to honor their members who died in the line of duty. There are currently three members names on the monument and all three were also members of IAFF Local #627. The headstone has been placed at the base of the Laurel Fire Company #1 monument located at Prospect Hill Cemetery. The ceremony will be casual and is expected to last less than 15 minutes. All members of the fire department and the public are invited. Due to the event occurring during the summer as well as their wish to keep it casual, they ask attendees to dress for comfort. Anyone attending should enter the cemetery at the main entrance on North George Street and proceed to the office on the right. They will have personnel there to supply maps and directions to the Memorial.

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