In approximately three to five days, weather permitting, Chesapeake Bay Helicopters (CBH) will be mobilizing to the Met-Ed region and will begin performing UV/IR patrols on all Met-Ed 230kV transmission lines.
Vaccines are available to eligible York City residents.
York XL and the City of York Department of Fire/Rescue Services invite you to sponsor a brick to bring to life the Ivan & Zach Memorial Gardens.
Per guidelines concerning the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the York City Redevelopment Authority announces that its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, March 17, 2021 will be held via teleconference at 4:00 P.M.
Today, Mayor Michael Helfrich announces the retirement of Chief Chad Deardorff from the position of Chief of City of York Department of Fire/Rescue Services. Chief Deardorff will be succeeded by Deputy Chief William Sleeger.
The City of York wishes to inform our residents and visitors that street cleaning enforcement will resume City-wide on Tuesday, March 16, 2021, at 12:00 a.m.
Curbside yard waste collections in York City will be postponed a couple of weeks due to recent snow melt as well as more precipitation expected this weekend.
Due to the current weather conditions on Monday, February 22, the hauler has determined that it is no longer safe to operate today.
Free transportation for those traveling to get their vaccine.
With the impending snowstorm that is forecast to begin Wednesday night into early Friday, February 17th through 19th, there will be no curbside collections in York City for the remainder of this week.