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Situated in the southeastern end of Prince William Sound, the Alaskan City of Cordova is quickly emerging as one of America's best places to live, work, play, and visit.
Terry Bradshaw highlights Cordova! Click here to watch the Today in America feature video.
The first edition of our city “newsletter” will be in the mailboxes by early August. A first for our community, we’d really like to hear from you about your likes and concerns for future editions.Read more
It's that time of year, and Cordova's bears are growing more active in town. Both black bears and brown bears (some with cubs) are being drawn to populated areas by our bad habits. To minimize our interactions, properly dispose of fish carcasses and other garbage and keep those dumpster and garbage can lids closed.
Limited snow-pack and a relatively dry spring and summer have left us in an overall critical water situation. Rain only helps for a little while. We don't expect the situation to improve in the near future and ask everyone to help conserve water where they can for the foreseeable future. We've created a new web page to keep you in the loop on important information related to your water utility. Click above on Water Status/Weather for the latest updates!
Listen to an archived recording of J.R. Lewis' interview with City Manager, Randy Robertson. First broadcast during Tuesday, July 1st's Town Meeting on KLAM, you can access the recording from the Extras section of cordovaradio.com.
Starting Monday, June 30th, we will be dedicating one lane during lap swim to water aerobics and one lane during normally scheduled water aerobics to lap swimming. We hope the changes will have a minimal impact on current users, while encouraging new users to try our facility. For more details, contact Parks and Rec at 907-424-7282.
|Wed Aug 6: 8:00pm - |
City Council Regular Meeting