The Saranac Riverwalk is now open to both pedestrians and cyclists and includes a 10-foot wide multi-use path, two overlooks, improved lighting, and extensive landscaping. Residents and visitors alike can now enjoy views of the Saranac River as well as increased connectivity to the City’s trail network, which will now stretch nearly unbroken from MacDonough Park to George Angell Drive.
At the Thursday September 7th Common Council meeting, City Councilors voted to adopt the City’s Comprehensive Plan, a document that sets the City’s vision for an equitable, vibrant, resilient community, steeped in history and culture, with walkable neighborhoods and abundant mix of housing options with an emphasis placed on affordable, safe and accessible housing. The last Comprehensive Plan that was adopted by the Common Council was revised in 1999.
As the summer comes to a close, The City of Plattsburgh’s Public Works Department is still working hard to complete the aggressive road resurfacing schedule for this paving season. In addition, the City will be adding to the scope of streets slated for repaving, including sections of Cornelia, Broad and Durkee Streets.
The City of Plattsburgh is proposing to make available loans with zero payments for the first year and zero interest for the first two years to qualifying businesses that have been directly impacted by the Margaret Street Reconstruction Project.
The City and 55 Elm St. Properties, Inc, the owner of 15 Couch street, have reached a final agreement to demolish the building which faced a catastrophic fire in 2013 and sat to languish since.
First Friday Plattsburgh is excited to welcome back SUNY students to Plattsburgh and is throwing a celebration in Trinity Park on Friday September 1st with live music, carnival games, local food and more!
The City of Plattsburgh has seen record amounts of rain this season which has caused multiple Parks Come Alive! Events to be canceled and rescheduled. The City is pleased to share that both Parks Come Alive! events that were canceled in July and August have been rescheduled and still promise to bring food, music and fun to our local city parks.
As part of New York State’s annual Consolidated Funding Application (CFA) process, the City of Plattsburgh submitted grant applications requesting over $5.2 million in total funding spread across eight projects throughout the City.
The highly anticipated Lake City Arts Fest is set to captivate audiences in Plattsburgh, NY, on August 26th, 2023. Click for More.
LAND Remediation, Inc. (LAND) recently leased the property at 95 Cumberland Avenue in the City of Plattsburgh and is using it as an equipment storage yard. Click for more details.