Officers assigned to traffic management will ticket during games SYRACUSE, N.Y. — As the Syracuse University football team returns to the Dome for home games the next two weekends, the City of Syracuse and Syracuse University are reminding fans to adhere to street parking requirements. After an increase in illegal parking in surrounding neighborhoods and […]

Challenge Areas Include Permit Transparency, Security Deposit Loans, Trauma Response, Snow-Covered Sidewalks, Trash and Debris Data SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The City of Syracuse posted five civic challenges that it plans to address through its participation in the Startup in Residence (STIR) program. The challenges include permit transparency, security deposit loans, trauma response, snow-covered sidewalks, and […]

Agreement means protections for tenants from water shutoffs in Connecticut, New York, and Vermont Landlords will continue to be held accountable for unpaid water bills (For immediate release October 3, 2018) Legal Services of Central New York and the City of Syracuse announced a settlement that will improve housing stability for tenants in Syracuse and […]

SYRACAUSE, N.Y. – InterFaith Works, the Syracuse nonprofit that helps organizations and individuals work through constructive engagement on difficult issues, is partnering with Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh to conduct “dialogue circles” on Columbus commemoration in the community. The program will get underway immediately following Columbus Day in 2018 and will continue into early next year. […]

Proposals Include Piloting a City-Run Sidewalk Snow Removal Program, Mapping Snowplow Locations, and Improving Public Information SYRACAUSE, N.Y. – With summer temperatures hovering around 70 degrees, the Office of the Mayor, Department of Public Works (DPW), and the Office of Accountability, Performance, and Innovation (api) today presented snow safety plans for winter 2018-19 to the […]