April 14, 2020
From Steuben County:
Under an Executive Order signed by County Manager Jack Wheeler, county-operated parks will be closed until further notice. This includes Kanakadea Park (on Route 66) in Hornellsville, Birdseye Hollow Park in Bradford, Harley Mayo Park at Boyd’s Corners in Cameron, and Hornby Park in Hornby.
In addition, Steuben County offices will remain closed to public walk-ins through April 29th, coinciding with the Governor’s executive order related to facility restrictions. The public should utilize the phone numbers posted on the main page of the county website and social media to schedule appointments for services with various departments.
These buildings include the 3 East Pulteney Sq. Main Office Complex (Main County Office Building, County Clerk’s Office, Annex Building, and the Balcom House); Veterans’ Service Office; Bath Mental Health Building; and Hornell and Corning DMV, Office for the Aging, Probation, and Mental Health Offices.
Other County buildings, including the landfill and transfer stations, remain open.
Residents can also contact the 2-1-1 Helpline for additional information.
“It is important that local governments lead by example to promote social distancing in this crucial time” Wheeler said. “These short-term limitations to access will allow us to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our communities and hasten our return to normalcy.”
For general COVID-19 Questions please refer to the CDC Website at http://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus or the NYS 24/7 Hotline at 1-888-364-3065.