Downtown Paid Parking Enforcement will begin on Tuesday, October 11

Paid parking enforcement will commence for downtown City parking lots on Tuesday, October 11, 2022. Click for more details.

City Water Safe to Consume; Staff are actively working on situation

The City is aware of discolored water throughout the distribution system and is actively trying to fix the problem. This could still take some time. Testing shows that the water is adequately disinfected for consumption. Click for more.

Lake Country Village Water Line Replacement Progressing

Work on replacing the asbestos cement water distribution system (AC pipe) in the neighborhood of Lake Country Village in the City of Plattsburgh has been well underway since July 6th 2022. Click for more.

Local student raises $8,000 for inclusive playground equipment in the City of Plattsburgh

The City of Plattsburgh wishes to congratulate local high school senior, Bailey J. Vanarmman on his recent achievement of raising $8,000 through a city soccer tournament on August 7th at Melissa Penfield Park. Click for more.

City Seeking Over $4.5 Million in Grant Funding via 2022 NYS Consolidated Funding Applications

As part of New York State’s annual Consolidated Funding Application (CFA) process, the City of Plattsburgh this year submitted grant applications requesting over $4.5 million in total funding spread across seven projects throughout the City. Click for more details.

Downtown Plattsburgh gears up to welcome Lake City Arts Festival on August 27th

The City of Plattsburgh is gearing up to host the first Lake City Arts Festival on Saturday August 27th from 12:00-6:30PM in Downtown Plattsburgh. Click for more.

City awarded $1.88 million to invest in sewer capacity

The City was recently awarded $1.88 million from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Water Quality Improvement Program to increase the sewer capacity across the Saranac River near the Commemoration Footbridge. Click for more.

Recreational Accessibility Comes to the Plattsburgh City Beach

The Sunrise Rotary Club of Plattsburgh and the City of Plattsburgh are pleased to announce a joint initiative to bring recreational access to the Plattsburgh City Beach. Click for more.

A Local Music Legacy Inspires New Online Exhibit

Plattsburgh Rocks! inspired Eleanor Schulz, a graduate student at the University of Washington, to launch a project that has resulted in an exciting new online exhibit called, Capturing the History of SUNY Plattsburgh’s Student Nightlife Scene in the 1980s and 1990s. Click for more.

Parks Come! Alive South Acres will close out the summer event series this week!

The City will be hosting its third and final event this Thursday August 4th from 4:30-7:30PM at South Acres Park located on 23 Flynn Avenue. Click for more.