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Cattaraugus County Health Department has released the influenza clinic schedule where you may get vaccinated.
Please note the following:
- Vaccine is available to individuals 19 years and older.
- Pneumococcal Vaccine is also available.
- Bring all health insurance and Medicare cards.
The Town of Randolph has just been informed that the New York State Housing Trust Fund Corporation's Office of Community Renewal (OCR) has selected the Towns application and has been awarded $345,531.00 as part of the 2010 New York Main Street Program.
The Route 16 Community Corridor Partnership and The Greater Olean Area, Franklinville, and Arcade Chambers Of Commerce along with Cattaraugus County Tourism want to invite your participation at the 1st Annual Route 16 Garage Sale & Firemen’s BBQ Competition.
Be a part of promoting the Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County in Western New York! Tourism is the fastest growing industry in New York State. Increase your exposure to visitors by advertising in the Enchanted Mountains Activity Guide, the largest marketing tool for Cattaraugus County.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany & Cattaraugus County: Buy Local Challenge
Summer and fall are great times to enjoy a variety of fruits and vegetables and if you are like me you are always looking for the freshest produce.
The Cattaraugus County Department of Health may conduct aerial spraying to kill mosquito larvae in breeding areas located in the townships of: Allegany, Carrollton, Great Valley, Hinsdale, Olean, Portville, Randolph and Salamanca.
Come visit some Cattaraugus County booths while you are at the fair for free goodies, ID cards for the kids, and information.
Economic Development, Planning and Tourism
Upcoming Event Flyers, Brochures, Travel Guides and Enchanted Mountains bags
Emergency Management Services
Stop by the EMS booth, right next to the booth above, for flyers and information in case of emergencies and enter their raffle.
By: Kabel Kellogg, CCE Community Educator
As you look outside your home take notice to all that nature has to offer, the lush lawn, the flowering shrubs, and the tall trees. Now ask yourself, “would the lawn be as nice if I never mowed it?”, and “would the shrubs flower as well if I never pruned them?” The answer would be no. So why is so little thought given to the health and welfare of the trees around us?
To all Randolph residents that have suffered any amount of damage due to the tornado, trees lost, amount of time in clean up, as well as physical damage to your property,no matter how large or small. It is imperative that you get the cost estimates to the municipal building as soon as possible.