To improve the quality of life for all City residents by identifying and pursuing state and federal funded housing, economic development, public facilities, infrastructure, recreation, and community planning projects supported by city residents and other community organizations.
Vision for Downtown
Working shoulder to shoulder with other community organizations, we strive to create economic opportunities, improve housing conditions and enhance amenities for the city’s residents. We have contributed to infrastructure improvements, like sidewalks, street lighting, sanitary and water systems, and landscaping. The City has developed an exciting vision for its downtown and waterfront revitalization program. A public and private endeavor supported by resources and funding from NYS Department of State, NY Office of Community Renewal, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal, revitalization efforts include improvements to streetscape, preservation of historical buildings, as well as redevelopment of the lakefront.
Our Plan to Grow
Economic Development is building places where people want to live, work and invest by
- Stimulating new investment
- Adaptively reusing old assets
- Building new community assets
- Revitalizing communities and neighborhoods, particularly downtown business districts
- Preserving critical environmental resources
- Encouraging sustainable development
- Creating intergovernmental partnerships and collaborative projects
- Enhancing public awareness and pride
Downtown Revitalization Initiative
In early April, Governor Cuomo announced a $10 million opportunity for 1 community in each of the 10 Regional Economic Development areas with an existing and progressing Downtown. The City of Plattsburgh submitted an application to be considered as the North Country Regional $10 million recipients. To see the application, click the "Downtown Revitalization Initiative Application" below.
Community Development Office Common Council Update
At the August 1st meeting of the Common Council's Governance, Strategy, & City Operations Committee meeting the Community Development Office was asked to provide a quick update on specific efforts revolving the Harborside, the DRI, Parking, and the CFA. The brief report discussed at that meeting can be found here.
Matthew MillerDirector of Community Development
Ethan VinsonDRI Project Coordinator
Shelise MarbutSenior Account Clerk
41 City Hall Place
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Phone: 518-563-7642Fax: 518-561-7367