Governor Mike Dewine signed a bill that was passed by the General Assembly that changed Amherst’s Income Tax due date to July 15, 2020
DO NOT FLUSH or DRAIN ADVISORY – COOKING GREASE and OILS, WIPES, AND PERSONAL HYGIENE PRODUCTS CLOG SEWER LINES…
DUE TO CURRENT PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERNS RELATED TO COVID-19, THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT WILL NOT BE CONDUCTING ANY IN-PERSON BUSINESS AT OUR OFFICE BEGINNING MARCH 20, 2020 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. BUILDING DEPARTMENT AVAILABILITY:
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Amherst Utilities is temporarily suspending shut offs and late fees.
Due to current public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the Income Tax office will not be open to the public. Completed returns, tax documents, payments and extension requests may be dropped off in the new drop off slot located in the north window on the front of...
List of other accessible resources to help answer questions during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic including state and federal websites.
Read the press release from City of Amherst’s Mayor Mark Costilow outlining the city’s plans during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Special notice from Council President Wasilk regarding 3/23/20 meetings and any other meetings that may be necessary for Amherst City Council.
What’s acceptable and what’s not? Flattened cardboard, newspaper, magazines, office paper and common mail can be recycled as long as they aren’t contaminated by food, liquid or waste. What about plastic and metals cans?
Mayor Mark Costilow delivered the 2019 State of the City Address at City Council on February 25, 2019: “The state of our City continues to be strong.”
Due to increasing costs, the Treasurer's office has contracted with a third-party processor to continue providing face-to-face credit card transactions. This new service will allow the City to accept credit cards in the Utilities Department, the Building Department as...