Plan Documents

The Regional Sustainability Plan for Central New York is currently under development. As products are completed, they will be posted to this page and accessible to the public. Please check back to see what is new. You may also sign up to receive our e-news updates by clicking here.

 

Municipal Survey Results and Sustainability Showcase Projects

As part of the CNY The Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board (CNY RPDB) conducted a survey of municipalities in the CNY Region to gauge what matter of projects had occurred or were underway at the local municipal level.

DRAFT Vision CNY Regional Sustainability Plan Documents February 14th, 2013

The Central New York Regional Planning and Development Board (CNY RPDB) released the first DRAFT of the Vision CNY Regional Sustainability Plan on Tuesday February 14th 2013. The DRAFT plan document will be reviewed at the February 20th meeting of the CNY RPDB. Comments can be submitted by utilizing the contact us page, or forwarded by mail to the offices of the CNY RPDB – 126 N. Salina Street 100 Clinton Square Suite 200, Syracuse, NY 13202.

Documents from the CNY RPDB Annual Board Meeting on December 12, 2012

The following presentations were made by technical consultants regarding their progress on the Vision CNY Regional Sustainability Plan

OBG Presentation_EnergyAnalysis

ICF presentation_RegionalGHGInventory

Arup presentation_ScaleProjects

The following document includes the DRAFT Goals, Strategies, and Project Recommendations that were reviewed and discussed at the CNY RPDB Annual Meeting on December 12th. Comments can be submitted by utilizing the contact us page, or by visiting the wikiplanning.org on-line participation site.

Vision CNY DRAFT Sustainabilty Targets and Implementation Strategy_12-12-12

To download the final DRAFT of the Vision CNY Regional Sustainability Plan, please click on the link above. Clicking the button will take you to the CNY RPDB agency site.

THE CENTRAL NEW YORK REGION

CNY Counties Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, and Oswego