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Draft Model Local Historic Preservation Law for Public Comment

Submit Comments to outreach@parks.ny.gov by January 6, 2014.

Jones Beach State Park Revitalization Initiative

American Falls Bridges Project Draft Scoping Report

Allegany State Park Gypsy Moth Treatment Public Meeting Documents

Fort Niagara State Park, Partial Conversion

Policy Announcements

Regulations

Information on Alcohol Regulations in New York State Parks

Information on No Smoking Areas in New York State Parks

Lapse of Oil and Gas Interests in Allegany State Park

Permit Applications

Standard application only. Please contact the individual park or regional office for application and instructions.

Boating

  • Floating Object Permit Application
  • Regatta Permit Application
  • Application for Public Vessel Operators License
  • Application for Certification of a Public Vessel

Snowmobiles

  • Application for Snowmobile Special Event Permit
  • OPS-209/Civilian Accident Form

Grants Programs

  • Snowmobile Trail Grant Programs Application
  • Parks Grant Programs
  • Historic Preservation Grant Programs
  • Heritage Areas System Grant Programs
  • Acquisition Grant Programs
  • Recreational Trails
  • Certified Local Government Grants Program
  • Boating Infrastructure Grant Program
  • Instructions and Forms for Grant Agreements

Admission Programs

  • Empire Passport
  • Access Pass

Camping Programs

  • Camper Assistance Program

Other Programs

The State Park Acquisition Record and Document Review Project

Several State Parks under the jurisdiction of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation are located within the State Forest Preserve counties as identified in Environmental Conservation Law § 9-0101(6). Recently, OPRHP was requested to research the acquisition history of eight Parks within Forest Preserve counties but outside of the Adirondack Park. The search was to determine if the forest preserve status of these parks was referenced during the acquisition process. This document is the result of that research.

Pursuant to the agreement, OPRHP has provided one set of relevant records to the Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks' Adirondack Research Library.

Open Space Plan

SCORP

2010 Statewide Trails Plan

Harlem Valley Rail Trail

Final Northern Shawangunks Fire Management Plan

Earl W. Brydges Artpark State Park Outdoor Amphitheater Final Environmental Impact Statement

The following documents listed below are available by contacting Karen Terbush.

  • Figure IV-1 Artpark Location
  • Figure IV-2 Artpark Boundaries
  • Figure IV-3 Artpark Aerial Photograph
  • Figure IV-6 Artpark Topographic Survey
  • Figure IV-7 Floodplains and Wetlands
  • Figure IV-12 Soil Boring Locations
  • Figure IV-12 Archeological Features
  • Figure IV-15 Artpark Existing Utilities
  • Figure VII-1 Proposed Improvements Plan View
  • Figure VII-2 Proposed Improvements Oblique View
  • Appendix A - SEQR documentation and summary of public meeting and comments
  • Appendix B - Special Monitoring Event Report
  • Appendix C - Traffic Analysis Report
  • Appendix D - Community Noise Survey
  • Appendix E - Assessment and Mitigation Noise Impacts Policy (NYS DEC)
  • Appendix F - Phase II Soils Investigation
  • Appendix G - Geotechnical Evaluation Report

Scoping Process for the Robert Moses Parkway - North Segment

Public comments on the Draft Scoping Report will be accepted until March 20, 2013. Please e-mail comments to Moses.Parkway.North@parks.ny.gov.

The purpose of the Project Scoping Phase is to:

  • Identify the project areas conditions and needs.
  • Establish project objectives.
  • Establish design criteria.
  • Identify feasible alternative(s).
  • Estimate the project cost
  • Confirm environmental category.

Supporting Materials

Robert Moses Parkway - South Segment "Riverway"

"For access to the Appendices and graphic plans, please visit the Niagara Region Administration Building at Niagara Falls State Park or the Niagara Falls Public Library, Main Street, where Appendices A - P including graphic plans may be found".

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