General Info: Welcome to City of CordovaIncorporated July 8, 1909, Cordova is a thriving, rural Alaskan town steeped in history and tradition. We take great pride in our commercial fishing industry, Alaska Native culture, and strong sense of community.Browse through these pages to learn about Cordova's city government and administration. Access business forms, look up city ordinances in the municipal code, or contact City Council members. Check our links page to learn more about Cordova organizations and events. Our offices are located at 602 Railroad Avenue.The City Clerk's Office has announced that 2011 assessment notices will be mailed on March 11th. The deadline to appeal your assessment is on April 11, 2011 at 5 pm.Planning and Zoning Commission has a vacancy and the Mayor and City Council are soliciting for letters of interest for this position. The seat expires on November 2011. Please email a letter of interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off your letter to the front office at city hall. Questions can be addressed to the city clerk at 424-6248.There are new job postings as of 4-11-11 on the Job Announcements link. Public Works Director Tom Cohenour has accepted a position as Director of Public Works in Palmer, Alaska. Charlie Branch, Harbor Administrative Assistant, will be retiring this summer after 22 years with the City.It's about time for the busy season to arrive so the Cordova Police Department is reminding residents of the two hour parking limit for First Street.After a seasonal break in work the construction crew for the Cordova Center is back on site. Concrete is being poured in the various supports for the lower level. Pull tests on the embedded rock anchors are being conducted this week and next. All have passed so far! To see pictures of the pull tests - check out a full update by clicking on the Cordova Center link at the top of this home page.