On Saturday November 19th, the City of Plattsburgh announced this year’s Holiday Parade Grand Marshal; Ben Carman, Aka “Mr. Ben”. Click for more
At the next Regular Meeting members of the City of Plattsburgh’s Common Council will consider ratifying Local Law P-6. The local law will change how snow emergencies are declared and managed in the City of Plattsburgh. Click for more.
The City of Plattsburgh, along with consultants Saratoga Associates and Behan Planning and Design, will be holding a public meeting to discuss the Final Drafts of the Comprehensive Plan and the Local Waterfront Revitalization Program for the city on Tuesday, November 22, 2022 at 5:00pm at City Hall. Click for more.
The City of Plattsburgh Climate Task Force will meet Wednesday, November 16, 2022, 5--6:30 pm at the Plattsburgh Public Library, upstairs. Various topics and projects will be discussed. Click for more.
Since work on replacing the asbestos water mains began on Wednesday July 6th, 2022 (71 work days), over 20,000 feet of new water main and 107 new water service lines have been installed. Click for more.
On Thursday Nov, 2022 at 5:01 PM a hearing will be held to receive public comments on a proposed local law P-6, a local law amending Section 340-10 "Snow Emergencies" of the City Code of the City of Plattsburgh.
View Proposed Local Law P-6 here
On Thursday Nov 17, 2022 at 5:00 PM a hearing will be held to receive public comments on a proposed local law P-5A, a local law amending Chapter 360, Article II, Section 360-5 entitled “Terms Defined” by amending the definition of “Livestock” to exclu
This is prohibited under Section 205-1 of the City Code. Click for full details.
The City of Plattsburgh is warning the public, specifically Municipal Lighting customers, of an apparent phone scam. Click for more details.
Since the City of Plattsburgh was awarded its $10 million as part of New York State’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) in 2016, steady progress has been made on the DRI’s constituent projects. Click for more details.