Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties in conjunction with Western New York Energy Smart Communities, an independent contractor to New York State Energy and Research Development Authority, will hold a Farm Energy Forum on Friday, March 18, 2011. The forum will be held at the Fillmore Fire Hall, 24 South Street (Route 19) in Fillmore, NY. Read more
Halloween Trick-or-Treating in Portville will be on October 31, 2010 from 6-8PM with a 9PM curfew.
There will be a vehicle in front of the Portville Fire Department handing out candy and glow-in-the-dark necklaces starting at 5:30PM.
Thank You Ceremony & Picnic for everyone in regards to the Fancher Fire.
Come say thanks. Everyone welcome! Read more
By: Refuse Division
Portville Tire Collection on September 25th, 2010
Collection times for all stations are 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The County will accept a maximum of four (4) car tires per licensed driver at no charge on scheduled collection days. Any tires in excess of the four-tire limit will be accepted at the regular rates listed below.
Passenger Car (to 21”)
An informational meeting will be held Thursday, May 13 at 7:00 pm in the Legislative chambers, 3rd Floor of County Building, 303 Court St Little Valley for the 2010 Annual Spring Property Tax Auction.
We will review the approximately 75 parcels offered and answer questions.
Auction books will be available shortly after May 6th. Read more
The 2010 Annual Property Tax Auction will be May 22 at 9:15am, Catt-LV School, 207 Rock City St, Little Valley. Doors open at 8am for registration.
Pre-registration is recommended by either going in to the Treasurer's Offices in Olean or Little Valley, or pre-register online. If you pre-register online, you can pick up your bidder card at the front door. Read more
The Cornell Department of Natural Resources has received a grant from USDA-APHIS to conduct a series of workshops in New York State to establish Cornell Cooperative Extension as the source of information and guidance to citizens and communities on the invasive Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). Read more