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Cordova Center Business Hours Begin Sept. 8

Masks Are Required   Main Street Entrance Open

 

CITY HALL:

Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm

Front Desk – Inquiries & Pay Bills

All Other Business: By Appointment 424-6200

Closed Saturday & Sunday

 

LIBRARY:      

Tuesday – Friday 10am-4pm

By Appointment or Curbside Delivery

Call 424-6667

 

MUSEUM:   

Tuesday-Friday 10am-4pm

Library & Museum closed Saturday, Sunday & Monday

 

Lower Entrance Will Remained Closed at This Time

Free Electronics Recycling

Brought to you by Native Village of Eyak and Alaska Marine Lines. Call NVE at 424-7738 for more information for this free event.

When? September 8 - 13, 8 am – 5 pm. Electronics will only be accepted during the day and locked during the evening.

Where? Bring your unwanted electronics to the parking lot behind NVE.

What are Acceptable Items? “If it plugs into something or takes a battery” such as TV’s, computers, monitors, printers, digital cameras, stereos, A/V equipment, cell phones, telephones, wall chargers, microwaves, speakers, cords, vacuum cleaners (EMPTIED!!) VCR’s, DVD & CD Players.

Non-Acceptable Items include: Large appliances such as dishwashers, washing machine/dryers, refrigerators, freezers, exit signs, PCB ballasts & smoke detectors.

Do NOT Flush

The City of Cordova encourages residents to stop flushing disinfecting wipes, gloves, paper towels, and other similar materials down the toilet.

These items do not disintegrate like toilet paper and can clog pipes, causes sewer lines to break, and puts a strain on our wastewater treatment facility.

We urge the public to put baby, facial and cleaning wipes, latex gloves, paper towels, napkins, and tissues in the trash.

Electronic City Council

Mayor Koplin and the City Council announce that per Emergency Order 2020-02 the April 1, 2020 City Council Public Hearing and Regular Meeting will be conducted electronically.

Citizens may give written public comment via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ; emails received by 5pm on April 1, 2020 will be read into the record during public comment of the meeting with the same 3 minute limit as verbal testimony.

Alternatively, citizens may watch on the City’s YouTube Channel and call in to 253-6202 at the appropriate public comment period times to give comments. Comments will be limited to 3 minutes per person.

Questions – please email the City Clerk’s office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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