Get involved with City Beautification Programs such as the Sidewalk Program and Tree Planting Program.
The City of Cortland's Comprehensive Plan was developed in partnership with Thoma Development to guide the City of Cortland, its departments and boards, and its residents in making sound decisions regarding land use and development, and to establish strategies to address issues facing the City.
The Gateway Project is a plan to make improvements to the Exit 11 entrance into the City, including the Clinton Avenue corridor. This area is a preferred route for visitors to Cortland.
The City of Cortland has adopted a grievance procedure relative to discrimination on the basis of disability in programs and activities funded with certain federal funds.
The City of Cortland was recently awarded $304,000 in HOME Program funds for the rehabilitation of substandard, single-family homes owned and occupied by income-eligible persons in the City of Cortland.
Eligible applicants may receive a grant up to
The City of Cortland received funding for a city-wide Microenterprise Program to assist small businesses with five or fewer employees, including the owner. The owner, or new hire(s), must have low-to-moderate incomes. Funds may be used for equipment, inventory, working capital and other uses. Funding is competitive. For guidelines and an application, contact THOMA DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS at 607-753-1433, Linda @thomadevelopment.com. Presentation and Q & A July 30 (See below)