The Parks Come Alive again in July!

After the success of the first event, The City of Plattsburgh and Fidelis Care are excited to host the second Parks Come Alive! event on Thursday July 7th. Click for more!

The City of Plattsburgh gears up for the Fourth Celebrations!

From First Friday, to The Fourth of July parade and free concert to Parks Come Alive and Mayor’s Cup - residents and visitors will have lots to do to kick off the start of summer! Click for more!

The City of Plattsburgh is seeking a Deputy City Chamberlain

This Deputy City Chamberlain assists the City Chamberlain in the performance of responsible supervisory and technical account and budgeting work. Click for more details.

City Beach will open May 27th, access to beach will be free to City and Town residents with pass

On Friday May 27th, the City will be officially opening Plattsburgh City Beach to the public. Click for more details.

City of Plattsburgh brings back Fourth of July free concert and announces parade theme!

The City of Plattsburgh is excited to announce the musical lineup for the Fourth of July Celebration! Annie in the Water will be headlining the concert, alongside opening acts, The Reflexions and Kevin Sabourin on Monday July 4th 2022 on the steps of City Hall in Downtown Plattsburgh. Click for more.

Common Council to invest $1.5 Million into City Parks

At the Thursday May 19th Common Council Meeting, Councilors voted to approve a proposal created by Mayor Rosenquest to invest $1.5 million dollars into the City’s parks. Click for more.

Community Bike Ride on May 20th

In partnership with the Saranac Rivertrail Greenway Inc and the Adirondack Cycling Club Bike Ambassadors, the City of Plattsburgh is holding a community bike ride on Friday May 20th in honor of Bike to Work Day and to showcase phase two of the Saranac River Trail. Click for Details.

JOB ALERT: Department of Public Works is Hiring!

The Department of Public Works is seeking qualified individuals for a Public Works Maintenance Worker I position.  This is a permanent, full-time position in the non-competitive class.  More information regarding this vacancy can be found by clicking here.  Applications can be downloaded by clicking here.

City implementing paid parking at City beach and in downtown parking lots in 2022

The City of Plattsburgh is advancing the 2018 decision to implement a Downtown paid parking system as well as replacing the beach’s entry booth in favor of digital, multi-space parking kiosks. Click for more.

City reminds drivers to watch out for Pedestrians

The City of Plattsburgh would like to remind drivers to give pedestrians the right of way at crosswalks as police will be taking a zero tolerance approach to crosswalk safety. Click for more.