Entries by Frank Strumila

Digital transformation for the City’s building, land development and inspection services.

The City of Erie, Department of Planning and Neighborhood Resources is seeking a comprehensive and user-friendly solution to improve the usability, transparency and effectiveness for the program areas of: property and rental inspection, enforcement, building inspections, permits, licensing services, zoning requests, and land development plan review for our office of planning and neighborhood resources. …

Historic Review Commission Meeting July 12, 2021 at 4 p.m.

The Historic Review Commission meeting will be conducted in a hybrid format July 12, 2021 at 4 p.m. Residents can attend the meeting in City Hall Council Chambers or via Zoom. To register, please visit the following link: https://erie-pa-us.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XPN6dvVPSFusT3jVmv7bqA

We’re Hiring!

The City of Erie is hiring for the following positions:

Manager of Human Resourceshttps://lnkd.in/dS3wEM3

American Rescue Plan Act Project Managerhttps://lnkd.in/dMidPZT

American Rescue Plan Act Grant Accountanthttps://lnkd.in/d6avraC

Executive Legal Secretary/Paralegalhttps://lnkd.in/dfKCmHW

Fire FAQs

OPEN BURNING, RECREATIONAL FIRES AND PORTABLE OUTDOOR FIREPLACESErie Fire Code, AKA: International Fire CodeSECTION 307

307.1 General. A person shall not kindle or maintain or authorize to be kindled or maintained any open burning unless conducted and approved in accordance with Sections 307.1.1 through 307.5.

307.1.1 Prohibited open burning. Open burning shall be prohibited when atmospheric …

City Council Study Session

Erie City Council Study Session: Storm Water Fee Feasibility

Erie City Council will conduct a Study Session via Zoom on Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. regarding Storm Water Fee Feasibility.

Residents can watch the live stream on the City of Erie’s YouTube Page (@CityofEriePennsylvania), the City of Erie’s Website, and after the meeting has concluded, onChannel 1071 Community Access Media on all …

New Research Shows Immigrants in Erie are Playing an Outsize Role in Several Key Industries, including 8.2 Percent of STEM, 6.8 Percent of Professional Services, and 6.3 Percent of Manufacturing.

Immigrants paid over $261 million in total taxes, and held over $192 million in spending power.

Erie, PA – A new report released today by New American Economy in partnership with the city of Erie and Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership underscores the critical role immigrants in Erie county and city play in the …

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