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The Cattaraugus County Department of the Aging’s Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) announced their Outstanding Volunteer Community Contribution Award recipients before a gathering of more than 300 people at the 42nd Annual Retired Senior Volunteer Recognition Reception held in May at the Great Valley Banquet Hall. This year the RSVP Advisory Council selected volunteers Stella Balcerzak and Beverly Miller.
The Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services is pleased to join the New York State Bureau of Adult Services in recognizing World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on Monday June 15, 2015 and asks Cattaraugus County residents to show their support by wearing purple to work that day.
Notice is hereby given that Cattaraugus County is committed to furthering fair housing.
Cattaraugus County, under Act 257-2005, has adopted a Fair Housing Plan pursuant to Title I of the Housing & Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, Public Law 90-284 and 42 USCS Section 3601 et seq.
The Federal Fair Housing Law, as well as the Laws of New York State, prohibits discrimination in the sale, rental, financing, and brokerage of housing based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin.
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, Olean, Portville and Salamanca.
The Office of Emergency Services has added an American Heart Assoication (CPR) Instructor Course to the Course schedule. Individuals who maybe interested in this course should visit the Emergency Services EMS Training webpage at www.cattco.org/ems-training or by clicking here and review the AHA Instructor Course Information & Application Packet.
All interested individuals should submit an application to enroll in the course to the Office of Emergency Services no later than June 5, 2015.
The Cattaraugus County Mosquito Spraying Areas - Map Viewer identifies areas within Cattaraugus County where larvicide spraying could occur. Larvicide spraying only occurs when routine larvae monitoring indicates that an exceptional number of larvae are present in surface water bodies (i.e. ponds & wetlands) representing possible public health concerns.For more more information about the mosquito spraying program contact the Environmental Health Division at 716-701-3385.