Cattaraugus County Countywide System Plan released on November 14, 2017.
The purpose of the Cattaraugus County Countywide Trail System Plan is to preserve and promote the County’s natural resources, maximize opportunities for outdoor recreation, and capitalize on the outdoor tourism industry.
Project goals include:
Due to an unforeseen development, there has been a change in the lineup of the Cattaraugus County Museum's "Summer at the Stone House" event series schedule.
Musician Dave Ruch was scheduled to perform a program entitled "Traditional Folk Music of NY, Vol. II" at 7 p.m. this Thursday, July 12. Due to illness, Mr. Ruch has been forced to reschedule this performance. Fortunately, Della Moore has graciously agreed to switch dates and will give her talk on the subject of the African American Center for Cultural Development this Thursday instead.
The Cattaraugus County Department of Economic Development, Planning and Tourism calls for local (Cattaraugus County) photographers/videographers to submit a brief snapshot of their work and interests along with information about past experience. There will be several photographers/videographers chosen to provide photos and or videos on specific activities/events/locations in the County related to Tourism. This work is open to ALL photographers, professional or amateur.
The Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works will be closing County Road 7 (Pigeon Valley Road) between County Road 40 (Elm Creek Road) and County Road 10 (Allegany Road) in the Town of Napoli on Monday, July 9, 2018 for two (2) culvert replacements. Construction activities are expected to last two (2) weeks. An on-site detour will be posted for vehicular traffic.
As people get older, they are less able to adapt to high temperatures. As a result, the heat might exacerbate any medical conditions
Certain health problems could increase the risk of the body overheating. These include:
The Cattaraugus County Health Department may conduct aerial spraying to kill mosquito larvae in breeding areas located in the townships of: Allegany, Carrollton, Great Valley, Hinsdale, Olean, Portville and Salamanca. Copies of maps indicating the proposed treatment sites, together with this notification, have been placed in the Town Clerk’s office in the Towns of Allegany, Carrollton, Great Valley, Hinsdale, Olean, Portville and Salamanca; in the Village Clerk’s office in the Village of Portville; and in the City Clerk’s office in the cities of Olean and Salamanca.
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"The State's newest slogan Flaggers have families, too is designed to remind motorists that flagging personnel are not attempting to disrupt traffic - they are simply doing their jobs and want to get home safely at the end of each work day." See the rest of the article here.
Please remember that it is construction season and that we have flaggers throughout Cattaraugus County who are working hard to keep our work zones safe.