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On April 26, 2016 the Fire Department of the City of Erie received the latest Public Protection Classification (PPC) from Insurance Service Office, Inc. (ISO).

Prior to today’s announcement, the city earned its most recent ISO rating in April 2014. Based on a scale of one – ten, with ‘one’ being the best rating, the City of Erie was awarded a Class 2 ISO rating in 2014, and was rated a Class 3 in 2007. Today, we are very pleased to announce the City of Erie’s rating has been upgraded to a Class 1.

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At 10:30 a.m. today, Mayor Sinnott announced the City’s Street Improvement Program for the 2016 Construction Season. It includes milling and asphalt resurfacing of curbed and non-curbed asphalt streets, full depth reclamation of asphalt streets, crack sealing and resurfacing of concrete streets, asphalt patching, general crack sealing, curb damage repairs and painting of traffic lines and crosswalks. In addition, Bureau of Streets daily operations such as street sweeping, installation of street signs, street light surveys, alley repairs and pothole patching will be continuing.
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After a long, harsh winter, The City of Erie could not be more excited about the arrival of summer, warm weather, and sunshine! Mayor Sinnott is very enthusiastic about the summer of 2016’s programs and events! The Summer Parks and Recreation guide is an excellent resource for Erie’s youth, families and residents. “The City of Erie is fortunate enough to have exceptional community partners, that include Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and the Housing Authority of the City of Erie (HACE), who help to bring a wealth of recreational and event opportunities that greatly contributes to our community,” said Mayor Joseph Sinnott. Our parks, schools, and community centers provide a wide variety of activities that integrate people of all ages. It is our hope this guide will encourage active participation in the multitude of programs offered throughout the city.
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The Sisters of Saint Joseph Neighborhood Network along with the City of Erie are excited to announce the implementation phase of the Byrne Grant.  The total amount of the grant award is $598,447

The goal of the Byrne Program is to improve community safety by designing and implementing effective, comprehensive approaches to addressing crime within a targeted neighborhood as part of a broader strategy to advance neighborhood revitalization through cross-sector community-based partnerships.

The Historic Little Italy neighborhood was selected for the grant because they have created an environment for ongoing, positive change. They are a state designated Elm Street, have created the Historic Little Italy Revitalization plan, and look to outside sources and opportunities for funding.


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2016 Movie Nights at the Ballpark
The Erie SeaWolves, Double-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers, have partnered with the Downtown YMCA of Greater Erie to bring three Movie Nights to Jerry Uht Park in 2016.

Admission for each movie night is $5 and proceeds from each ticket sale will benefit one of five local non-profits. Participating non-profit organizations are the Downtown YMCA of Greater Erie, Epilepsy Project, Alzheimer’s Association, American Heart Association and the Erie Philharmonic.

2016 MOVIE NIGHTS:
  • June 4: Minions presented by Marquette Savings Bank (Gates at 7:45 p.m./Movie at Dusk)
  • July 23: Zootopia presented by Little Caesars (Gates at 7:45 p.m./Movie at Dusk)
  • August 27: Star Wars presented by Yaple’s Vacuum & Sewing Center (Gates at 7 p.m./Movie at Dusk)
For additional information, contact Greg Gania – Assistant GM/Communications, (814) 456-1300 x 203
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