Recycling - Hornell is now running a "No-Sort Recycling Program". You no longer have to sort paper, plastic and glass. Recycling pickup is still the third full week of the month on your normal trash pickup day. Everyone is encouraged to take part in the program and help sustain the environment for future generations.
Credit Cards - For your convenience, we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover for payment of your taxes, water and garbage bills. Please note that there is a convenience fee of 2.5% of the transaction or a minimum $1.95
Common Council Meeting - The next meeting of the Common Council will be MONDAY, April 24, 2017 at 7:00 pm in the Council Chambers, 82 Main St., Hornell.
After many years of planning and preparation the Hornell Erie Depot Museum officially opened in March 2006.
Located in the former Erie Railroad Depot on Loder Street, the museum features a wide variety of historic artifacts which have been donated by present and former Hornellians, railroad enthusiasts and businesses.
The museum is open:
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 6pm-8pm
Volunteer docents will be available to assist you.
Participating in opening ceremonies are: Collette Cornish, display coordinator; June Pieklo, HPG Director; Jeff Johnson; Heather Kaszynski, City Planner; Shawn Hogan, Mayor City of Hornell; Jim Griffin, IDA Director; David Shults.
To see more about the railroad museum please visit the following website: www.eriedepot.org
Watch Henry Dormann's interview with our Museum Coordinator, Collette Cornish http://www.clipsyndicate.com/video/play/6209445
For more information or to make a donation please contact Heather Kaszynski at City Hall (607)324-7421.