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The offices of the City of Cordova located inside the city hall building will be participating in a mock exercise drill to relocate essential city services to the U.S. National Forest Service Offices on Friday, December 6th, beginning at 3 PM. The purpose of the exercise is to simulate the relocation of core activities in the event City Hall is compromised or unusable due to a natural disaster. All essential programs and services, including police, fire and emergency medical dispatching activities will be available from that location until the termination of the exercise, expected to be no later than 5 PM that evening.
Have you checked out the City’s web site recently? We have a new feature that we’d like to invite you to participate in.
Under LIVING In Cordova, we’ve added a link for Community Organizations. Here we will publish links to community-based not-for-profit organizations. We’d like to keep it focused on local organizations in which Cordova residents can actively participate.
Pre-registration for the Christmas Bazaar has begun! Last year’s vendors can register now through 10/31. Registration for the general public will open up on 11/1. The bazaar will be held at Mt. Eccles Elementary School on December 6th from 6 to 10 pm and December 7th from 10-5pm.
Do you have information about a crime, such as vandalism, theft, or illegal drug activity? Call it in to 424-TIPS (8477). You can be anonymous, but if you leave your name and contact information - and your tip leads to an arrest - you can be eligible for a reward of up to $500.