Mark C. Poloncarz, Erie County Executive

Mark C. Poloncarz,
Erie County Executive 

Mark has served as your County Executive since 2012. His top priority is to provide the services the public demands in a fiscally responsible manner. Please contact Mark if you need assistance with county services or to make your voice heard.

What's Happening with the County Executive
4/12/21

The Erie County Environmental Management Council (EMC) and the Erie County branch of Cornell Cooperative Extension have partnered with the Erie County Department of Environment and Planning (ECDEP)

4/12/21

The Erie County Department of Environment and Planning (ECDEP) has announced that it will host its first Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) free collection event of the 2021 calendar year on Saturday,

4/9/21

EC Senior Services’ Lifelong Learning Program Offers Free Online Content; Spring 2021 semester

in session from May 3 – July 16


 

April is National County Government Month, spotlighting county programs, services

 

4/7/21

 Maximum assistance available to small business owners is $35,000; funding available to businesses with five employees or fewer

 

April is National County Government Month, spotlighting how county government helps residents

 

4/1/21

Additional Parks’ Research Indicates Likelihood; Furry, Oversized Oddity Leads to Speculation

 

Parks employee exclaims, “What was that thing?”

4/1/21

Additional Parks’ Research Indicates Likelihood; Furry, Oversized Oddity Leads to Speculation

 

Parks employee exclaims, “What was that thing?”

4/1/21

“Counties Matter” is 2021 theme; Erie County joins National Association of Counties in promoting county-provided health services, public safety, economic opportunities, more  

3/31/21
Accepting scientific evidence that climate change is a global reality that has a direct impact on our region, Deputy Erie County Executive Maria Whyte, the Erie County Community Climate Change Task Fo