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Supplemental Sidewalk Snow Removal Pilot What City Residents Need to Know About the Supplemental Sidewalk Snow Removal Project The City of Syracuse, at no additional cost to taxpayers, will run a small-scale test or “pilot” of municipal removal of snow from certain sidewalks for the remainder of winter 2019. The pilot will cover sidewalks on […]

From CityLab

Most U.S. cities leave the responsibility of sidewalk snow removal to homeowners, landlords, and businesses. The result: endangered pedestrians. CityLab recently looked at how cities across the United States leave the responsibility of sidewalk snow removal to homeowners, landlords, and businesses. They report that the results are “…haphazard at best, and don’t account for vacant […]

Startups to Address Permit Transparency, Security Deposit Loans, and Trauma Response SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The city of Syracuse announced that the startups Camino, Vite Labs, and Zivics were selected through a competitive process to participate in its 2019 Startup in Residence (STIR) program. The startups selected by the City will address challenges related to permit […]

During State of the City, Mayor Walsh share’s many stories of our city residents as heroes. This is Asheena’s story. Speech Excerpt from State of the City 2019 These steps forward in fiscal sustainability, city services and in our economy and neighborhoods show how combining engagement, data, and the resources of the community have already started to improve lives in Syracuse in meaningful ways over the past year. When I took office, there were […]

Sledding resumes at Burnet Park with a new “bunny hill” at Sunnycrest SYRACUSE, N.Y. – As the temperatures continue to dip and the snow keeps falling, take advantage of opportunities to stay active. This year, the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Youth Programs will offer sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and ice-skating at several locations throughout […]