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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.
2019 Dog tags are in. Come to Cordova Police Department or the DMV with your current proof of rabies vaccination and $20 if your fur-baby is fixed or $25 if intact.
Not only does this keep you in compliance with city code (8.04.040), it assists us in returning your pet should it become lost/found or injured.
The cost of a citation if you don't license your dog is $85 plus any impound and boarding fees if we are not able to locate the owner in a timely manner.
A gentle reminder from City Hall……
City Code 13.08.060 and 13.08.030 explain the property owners are responsible for clearing their sidewalks adjacent to their property of snow. Shoveling, sweeping, clearing the ice helps keep all our walkways safe for Cordovans. Please do your part!
Click HERE for Tsunami Inundation Maps of Cordova and Tatitlek, Alaska
Click HERE for Cordova Tsunami Evacuation Information
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.