The office of Animal Enforcement consists of numerous duties conducted by one Animal Enforcement Officer (AEO), Officer Rob Culbertson Sr. Duties include making sure all ordinances are followed under the dog laws, handling of all complaints consisting from barking dogs, dogs running at large, and dogs defecating on others property. Farm animals are also investigated by the AEO. All farm animals are prohibiited within the City of Erie. A five-day warning is sent to remove the animals or the owner will be cited.
Apartment Association of NWPA
The Apartment Association of Northwestern Pennsylvania – a not-for-profit that provides information and services to the residential rental industry in Northwestern, PA: Erie, Warren, and Crawford counties. They offer a variety of services such as educational classes, seminars, dinner meetings, a monthly newsletter, and a website that includes many forms and its lease information. This helps their members run their business better.
Erie Citizen Response Center
Erie City Code Enforcement
The policy of the Code Enforcement Department is to protect and promote the existence of sound buildings and wholesome neighborhoods. Code Enforcement responds to concerns from citizens that affect the quality of life within the city such as zoning, overgrown lots or yards, the proper maintenance of structures, illegal signs and public nuisances. These Inspections are performed throughout the city to ensure that properties are in compliance with city code.
Erie City Council
Erie City Police Department
Erie County Council
District 2: Andre Horton
District 3: Fiore Leone
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Erie Redevelopment Authority
The Erie Redevelopment Authority’s mission is to Renew, Rebuild, and Revitalize the City of Erie, Pennsylvania. Since the 1970s, The Redevelopment Authority has been involved, and will continue to be a part of initiatives and programs designed to improve downtown Erie, neighborhood business districts, and residential neighborhoods.
Erie Zoning Officer – Jenna Bisel
Gannon Police and Safety
Gannon University and the Office of Campus Police and Safety are committed to providing a safe living and learning environment for its campus. Our goal is to create an environment that focuses on crime prevention and problem solving through awareness and education. By working together as a team, we create a safer and more secure living and learning environment.
Neighborhood Action Team
The Neighborhood Action Team (NAT) was established in February of 2002 and was originally established under the Community Development Block Grant to combat inner city crimes of violence and gang activity. Duties also include many nuisance crime and problems brought to our attention by the neighborhood watch groups. The main focus of patrol is north of 26th Street to the Bayfront and East Ave to Cranberry St.