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Property owners should have received their 2017 County/Town tax bills. If you have not received it by January 15th, you can reprint one from our webpage here. (these files will be available after Jan 1) Please review your bill if you have to retrieve it from our web page, to ascertain why you didn't receive it. If your address isn't correct, please fill out this Read More
There is a new exhibit open at the Cattaraugus County Museum and Research Library! Titled "Cattaraugus Patchwork: A Display of Quilts," the exhibit features a number of quilts of several styles made or collected by Cattaraugus County citizens, dating back to the 1860s. This exhibit will run through May, 2017.
The Cattaraugus County Museum is located in the Stone House, 9824 Rt. 16 in Machias. Feel free to call us at 716-353-8200 with any questions.
The Olean Senior Center and the Department of the Aging’s Senior Wellness and Nutrition program will be coming together on December 15 to offer a Christmas Karaoke party.
Any unpaid School, Village, or City of Olean taxes were returned to the County. We are currently relevying those delinquent taxes and cannot take any further payment for those unpaid taxes. The deadline for payment before relevy was November 15.
Cattaraugus County Economic Development, Planning and Tourism is currently requesting proposals for the printing of the Cattaraugus County Snowmobile Brochure.
Cattaraugus County Economic Development, Planning and Tourism is currently requesting proposals for the printing of the Cattaraugus County Heritage Brochure.
Every November, during National Family Caregiver Month, the Cattaraugus County Department of the Aging/NY Connects recognizes the tireless work of caregivers that is often overlooked.
Applications for the 2016-2017 Heap Season will be accepted starting November 14th at the Cattaraugus County Department of Social Services. Heap interviews will be taken on a walk-in basis, Monday – Friday, 8:00 – 3:00.
Little Valley, NY – Sheriff Timothy S. Whitcomb announces job opportunities at the County Jail as a Part-Time Corrections Officer. The job responsibilities include guarding and attending to the care, well-being and discipline of jail inmates.
If accepted, 7 weeks of field training are required as well as successful completion of a Corrections Academy.