The Parks Come Alive! Event series is back on Thursday July 13th from 4:30-7:30PM at Melissa Penfield Park. The event will feature local food, drinks, music and activities for kids- all set in Plattsburgh’s city parks.
Our nation will celebrate its 247th birthday this year, and what better way to spend your Fourth of July by joining us in Downtown Plattsburgh at the annual Fourth of July Celebration on Tuesday July 4th 2023! This year’s celebration will feature a parade, free concert, downtown food court and a spectacular fireworks show!
City of Plattsburgh Public Works Department will be making a concerted push this summer to double the number of roads to be resurfaced in the City of Plattsburgh. Click for more details.
On May 18, 2023, at the Annual Meeting of the New York State Conference of Mayors, the NYCOM membership unanimously elected Christopher Rosenquest, Mayor of the City of Plattsburgh, to serve as the organization’s Second Vice President for the coming year.
The Parks Come Alive! Event series is set to kick off for the summer season on Thursday June 8th from 4:30-7:30PM at Peter Blumette Park. The event will feature local food, drinks, music and activities for kids- all set in Plattsburgh’s city parks.
At the Common Council meeting on Thursday May 4th, Council voted to approve a partnership where the City of Plattsburgh will pay for the registration fees for City youth under the age of 12 to participate in YMCA sports programming, starting in Fall 2023.
The City of Plattsburgh has closed out the Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) with a surplus of $205k surplus, bringing the fund balance to nearly $6.2m.
On Friday May 26th, the City will officially open Plattsburgh City Beach to the public.
Construction will begin on Monday May 1st to complete the Saranac Riverwalk (Riverwalk) which will be built atop the western bank of the Saranac River between Bridge Street and Broad Street and will end at the intersection of Durkee Street and Broad Street near the current terminus of the Saranac River Trail.
After months of negotiation, the City of Plattsburgh Mayor’s office and the Plattsburgh Professional Firefighters Local 2421 have reached a tentative four-year labor agreement.