The following changes have been made to the August City Infrastructure committee and the City Operations committees. Click for more.
If you have walked past Upper Bridge and Margaret Streets recently, you may have noticed a new type of garbage can in town, one that promises to have a higher capacity is powered through solar energy and will prevent garbage from blowing through the streets.
The City of Plattsburgh, along with consultants Saratoga Associates and Behan Planning and Design, will be holding a public meeting to discuss the City’s Draft Comprehensive Master Plan on Monday, August 1, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall in the Common Council Chambers.
Summer is synonymous with barbecues, parades and of course, fireworks. Some smaller types of fireworks may be legal but they are not necessarily safe. The City of Plattsburgh would like to remind residents of the laws regarding setting off legal fireworks in the City and how to stay safe while doing so.
Interested in serving your community? The City of Plattsburgh Planning Board is seeking an interested city resident to serve as a volunteer alternate member. Click for more.
The City would like to issue a statement on water testing protocol and how beach closures are communicated so the public can stay informed and stay safe. Click for more details.
The City of Plattsburgh is beginning the initial phases of a Complete Street Project for the section of roadway between Prospect Avenue and Sorrell Avenue on Cornelia Street, also known as Route Three.
The City of Plattsburgh hosted its second Parks Come Alive! Event on Thursday July 7th at Melissa Penfield Park and made the announcement that Lake Champlain Ferries has pledged $100K to the City of Plattsburgh to fund a new skatepark in Melissa Penfield Park. Click for more.
The City of Plattsburgh in collaboration with The Plattsburgh Arts Coalition are excited to announce a new event: The Lake City Arts Festival! It will be held in downtown Plattsburgh on Saturday August 27th from 12PM to 6:30PM. Click for more.
After five years without a contract, the City of Plattsburgh Mayor’s office and the Plattsburgh Police Local 812 have come to a tentative agreement which will address the contract retroactively as well as secure an agreement through 2025.