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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.
As Cordova's busy season starts, so do parking demands on Main Street. Remember, there are parking time limitations on all Main Street curbside parking spots. There are ample signs informing motorist of this and the Cordova Police Department will be chalking tires of cars parked in timed spots. Save the cost and aggravation of a ticket. There's plenty of parking spots on the lower level of the Cordova Center, at the PD/Fire Station, and behind the old library. It is OK to walk a little and good for the heart and soul.
We like pets but when visiting City Hall, the Chamber of Commerce, CCMC or other city owned facilities, please leave Fido at home or in the car. The city has instituted a "No Pet" policy for all city owned buildings. Certified service animals are excepted.
A friendly reminder from the City of Cordova that all paid contractors, freelance service providers, and other independent suppliers are required to purchase a City business license, collect sales tax and remit the tax to the City on a quarterly basis.
Business owners are strongly encouraged to ask all service providers for their proof of license. If you have contracted someone from out of town, please direct them to City Hall to get their local business license. Call 424-6200 for questions.
This summer will probably see the presence of one or more asphalt contractors in Cordova here to perform large and small paving projects, ranging from city streets to parking lots to alleys to residential driveways and lots in between.
Please be reminded that any work on any City street, shoulder, parking lot, alley way, real estate, or property of any kind is not allowed without a completed City ROW Right of Way Permit approved by the City Public Works Department.
In the past, too many homeowners have regraded and paved their driveways and encroached onto City property without the City’s permission resulting in problems with local drainage and/or safety shoulders. This has necessitated re-work by the Streets Department at city taxpayers’ expense. By obtaining an approved Permit to work on City property, all citizens can help us avoid these paving-related construction issues and additional costs to taxpayers.
For further information, please contact Bill Howard at Streets/City Shop at 424-6335 or Rich Rogers at 424-6231 or the City Planning office.
Now available for the citizens of Cordova, a convenient, new drive-by drop box for utility payments! The drop box is located in the lower level parking lot of the Cordova Center. Enter into the parking lot and drive halfway through the loop, where you will find the payment box easy to access from the driver’s side. No need to even get out of your car!
The drop box across the hall from the police station is no longer available for payments. If you have questions, concerns or comments, please contact the utility office at 424-6212. Thanks for your patience and cooperation!
Great wintertime fun in the sun.
Try Cordova's Delta-Palooza scavenger hunt, a fun way to get familiar with our community.
Ranger Rick, Cordova's friendly Forest Ranger, needs your help in tracking down some critters who have left the forest. They've been seen at various locations around town, just waiting for your help to get home.
Download the clue sheet, fill in the blanks with the name and description of our animal friends, and bring the completed clue sheet to City Hall or the Cordova Visitors Office and receive a genuine certificate of commendation for a job well done!
The City of Cordova Planning Department would like to remind everyone that a Building Permit is required for the erection, construction, establishment, moving, alteration, enlargement, repair, or conversion of ANY building or structure located within the City.
Building Permits are required in order to ensure that all projects adhere to zoning requirements, height requirements, setbacks, minimum lot size, and permitted uses which vary throughout the City.
If you have any questions, please contact the Planning Department at 424-6220, or visit click the LINK.