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The City of Erie joins with National Fuel to inform Erie area residents of the federally funded Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).  LIHEAP provides assistance to eligible customers to pay their home heating bills. The program is open from November 3, 2014 – through April 3, 2015.  Customers are encouraged to apply immediately for assistance, as funds are limited and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.

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The City of Erie’s Department of Public Works would like to remind residents whose regular refuse pick-up night is Wednesday or Thursday that their refuse pick-up will be delayed one (1) night during the weeks of Christmas and New Year’s.  Refuse collection in the Wednesday night area will move to Thursday night, while Thursday night refuse pick-up will take place on Friday night. Residents whose regular collection is Sunday night through Tuesday night will not see a change.

Also, the City’s annual Christmas tree collection will begin Sunday, December 28th and run until Thursday, January 22nd. Residents are to place their live Christmas tree, free from decorations curbside the same evening as their regularly scheduled collection night.

Should there be any questions, residents may call the Bureau of Refuse & Recycling at 870-1450.
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Downtown d'Lights!
Date: December 5th, 2014
Time: 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Location: Historic Perry Square & Boston Store Lobby

JOIN SANTA AND MAYOR SINNOTT AS THEY LIGHT UP PERRY SQUARE!!!

The Erie Downtown Partnership will once again host Downtown d’Lights with an increased range of attractions for the official Holiday Season kick off in Downtown Erie. The City of Erie’s most loved Downtown d’Lights traditions will return along with several new activities!  The event starts at 5:00 p.m. and the park will come alive at 6:10 p.m. when Santa and Mayor Joe Sinnott “flip the switch” and thousands of lights fill Perry Square.

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This week, Standard & Poor's Rating Services, the nation's most widely recognized bond rating agency, completed their review of the City of Erie's bond rating and financial stability and, once again, upgraded the City's bond rating to "A Stable" designation.  This is an upgrade from the City's previous "A- Stable" rating.

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