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?
Customers of Amherst Utilities will be receiving a new bill format beginning May, 2019. The new bills will arrive in an envelope with the text “New Amherst Utilities Bill” printed on the front.
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.”
The City is in the process of updating all water meters being serviced by Amherst Utilities. If you have not had your water meter replaced yet, please call the Utilities office for assistance at (440) 988-4224.
The Press release from Mayor Mark Costilow: The City Administration has decided to rescind the 2018 electric rate increase immediately, and credit all the City’s electric customers any increased charges resulting from the 2018 electric rate proclamation.
All residents 18 years of age and over must file a City of Amherst income tax return, even if no income is earned or no tax is due.
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...