The City of Cordova dumpster trucks are currently down for repair. We are examining ways of completing trash pickup schedules and minimizing the impact to the public. Please be patient with us while we work through these issues, and please check back for updates.
The baler is open Monday – Saturday, 7:00 am – 3:30 pm for drop-offs.
The City of Cordova City Council has passed the 2020 Fee Schedule which includes an increase of 5% to all utilities, effective January 1st, 2020. You will see the updated charges on your February bill. The new fee schedule can be found HERE.
Please note any applicable changes and adjust your payment accordingly.
Polling place: Cordova Center Community Room A
Voting hours: 7:00 am to 8:00 pm
Council Seat B: One (1) City Council Member - For One (1) Regular, Three (3) Year Term
Council Seat C: One (1) City Council Member - For One (1) Regular, Three (3) Year Term
One (1) School Board Member - For One (1) Regular, Three (3) Year Term
One (1) CCMC Authority Board Member - For One (1) Regular, Three (3) Year Term
One (1) CCMC Authority Board Member - For One (1), Two (2) Year Term
To declare candidacy: Any qualified voter who meets the residency and age requirements of the elective office must file, not more than eight weeks (Tuesday, January 7, 2020) and at least four weeks (Tuesday February 4, 2020) prior to the election, with the city clerk, a sworn declaration of candidacy using the declaration of candidacy form that applies to the office for which he or she is a candidate in order for the voter's name to appear on the ballot as a candidate for that elective office.
Residency and age requirements: Mayor and City Council: One year immediately preceding the election and eighteen years of age. School Board Member: One year immediately preceding the election and eighteen years of age. CCMC Authority Board of Directors: One year immediately preceding the election, eighteen years of age and able to meet the requirements in Cordova Municipal Code 15.20.010 B.
Voter registration: Voter registration applications may be obtained at City Hall or you may register online at http://www.elections.alaska.gov/ . To be qualified to vote in a regular or special city election, a voter must be: A) Qualified to vote in state elections and registered to vote in state elections at a residence address within the city limits of Cordova at least thirty days (Sunday February 2, 2020) immediately preceding the municipal election; B) A resident of the city for thirty days (Sunday February 2, 2020) immediately preceding the municipal election; and C) Not disqualified under Article V of the Alaska Constitution.
Help us shape the future of Cordova! The Cordova Comprehensive Plan Update will be a community resource and guide for decision-making on topics including land use, housing, economic development, transportation and quality of life.
Please visit the project webpage in order to see updates and progress on the development of the plan. Sign up for email updates.