We would like to express a special Thank You to our outgoing Mayor, Christopher Pletcher and our outgoing Councilwomen, Margie Brown and Gina Vrobel. These individuals were recognized at the December 20th, 2021 City Council meeting for their hard work and dedication to the city of

St. Marys.

Photo Credit: Amy Cherry of the Daily Press

New Public Survey

This survey is an opportunity for residents of Elk, Cameron, Clearfield, McKean, Potter, and Jefferson Counties to share personal perspectives about the current conditions affecting life in the region. Please take a few minutes to provide your feedback. Your participation and input is a valuable resource for city leadership and your fellow residents.

This survey is an opportunity for residents of Elk, Cameron, Clearfield, McKean, Potter, and Jefferson Counties to share personal perspectives about the current conditions affecting life in the region. Please take a few minutes to provide your feedback. Your participation and input is a valuable resource for city leadership and your fellow residents.

!!!!!!Attention!!!!!!

If you have not downloaded the “My St. Marys App”, and you want to report an issue or concern you can email

info@stmaryspa.gov or use this link to do so: CityofStMarysPA

NEW PUBLIC ACCESS CHANNEL

The City of St. Marys is pleased to announce expanded television programming for the City’s public access channel in cooperation with Salter Communications. The official launch of the channel will occur on Wednesday, August 4th and will be broadcast on Zito Media channels 15 and 56.3. This newly formatted channel will provide timely updates and enhance and expand information for residents. Videos and live coverage showcasing local events and holiday parades will also be included.

GRANTS FOR FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS

Beginning Monday, May 3, 2021, eligible restaurants, bars, breweries, and other qualifying businesses that have been impacted by COVID-19 will be able to apply for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF). As part of the American Rescue Plan Act, this program has allocated $28.6 billion in grant funding for eligible COVID-19-impacted businesses.