The City of Erie will once again mail renewal applications to all households currently issued a 2015 Dog License. Owners can easily update information as necessary and return the renewal application, along with payment and a self addressed stamped envelope to: City of Erie Dog License Renewal 626 State Street – Room 105 Erie, PA 16501. The database will be updated and tags mailed out immediately.
Canines 3 months and older are required to be licensed in the City of Erie. This is for the safety and security of the animal, in the event a resident’s pet or service animal becomes lost or stolen, to get them back home to their owners as quickly as possible. New and renewal licenses will also be available, for purchase at City Hall in the Treasurer’s Office and Humane Society of NW PA- 2407 Zimmerly Road ($.50 handling fee added). Applications are available for pick up at A.N.N.A Shelter - 1555 East 10th Street, Nickel Plate Mills – 1932 Parade Street, and Mud Puppies Self Service Dog Wash- 3867 Peach Street. You can also download the application online at the City of Erie’s website.
The license fee has remained the same, $8.00 for animals that are not spayed/neutered, and $6.00 for spayed/neutered animals. Discounts apply for owners over 65 years of age and those with disabilities. We anticipate City of Erie residents will find this procedure helpful in maintaining a safe community as well as for the safety of their animals.
For more information, please contact the City Treasurer’s Office (814) 870-1210.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has scheduled its final National Prescription Drug Take Back Day for this Saturday, September 12, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The front lobby of City Hall will again serve as one of many collection sites within Erie County on that date. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. (Needles and other sharps will not be accepted in this collection.)
The Sherwin Williams Company is partnering with the City of Erie Office of Economic and Community Development to provide “Home Work” paint training classes to City of Erie residents! Sherwin Williams and the City provided similar “Home Work” classes to the community in 2008 through 2014. The City targeted inner-city, unemployed or underemployed residents and prioritized housing authority applicants.
The Home Work Program provides in-the-classroom training, a one day Renovate, Repair and Paint (RR&P) certification training class, on-the-job painting experience, and resume and career building services. Students who complete the course receive a starter paint kit of tools from Sherwin Williams.
Please Note: This list is dated December 3rd, 2018.