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Welcome to the Adirondack Park Agency
The APA is a New York State government agency, consisting of approximately
56 staff and an eleven-member board. In 1971 the APA was created
by the State Legislature to develop long-range land use plans for
both public and private lands within the Park.
2013 Finch State Land Classification Package
Summary Fact Sheet
State Land December Monthly Mailing Documents
Whiteface Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway Reconstruction Public Information Meeting
The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) is currently designing a project to reconstruct and rehabilitate the Whiteface Mountain Veterans Memorial Highway (NY State Route 431) beginning in 2014. The project will involve the full length of Veterans Memorial Highway from Route 86 to the top of Whiteface Mountain. NYSDOT is hosting a public information meeting on December 18, 2013 in the Au Sable Room at the Whiteface Mountain Base Lodge to provide more information on the project and answer any questions you may have about it.
Read the NYSDOT announcement regarding the public information meeting and further details.
Proposed Guidelines for use of Aquatic Herbicides
The Agency is proposing Guidelines for use of aquatic herbicides Renovate® and Renovate® OTF to manage Eurasian watermilfoil, an aquatic invasive plant.
Public comments concerning this guidance document can be submitted to the Adirondack Park Agency. All public comments must be received by December 2, 2013. Please send comments to Leigh Walrath, Adirondack Park Agency, P.O. Box 99, Ray Brook, NY 12977
Read the Draft Guidance for Public Review and Comment regarding appropriate use of aquatic herbicides.
Adirondack Club and Resort Final Order and Authorized Permits
Transmittal of Order
APA Project Findings & Order 2005-100
Agency Permit 2005-100.1 - Ski Area & Resort
Agency Permit 2005-100.2 - Marina
Agency Permit 2005-100.3 - Large Eastern Great Camp Lots
Agency Permit 2005-100.4 - Small Eastern Great Camp Lots
Agency Permit 2005-100.5 - Lake Simond View
Agency Permit 2005-100.6 - Sugarloaf North
Agency Permit 2005-100.7 - Cranberry Village
Agency Permit 2005-100.8 - East Village
Agency Permit 2005-100.9 - Tupper Lake North
Agency Permit 2005-100.10 - Tupper Lake South
Agency Permit 2005-100.11 - Sugarloaf East
Agency Permit 2005-100.12 - Small Western Great Camp Lots
Agency Permit 2005-100.13 - Westface Expansion
Agency Permit 2005-100.14 - West Slopeside
The Adirondack Park and Energy
The Agency has complied a list of resource links
that detail available programs, services and funding incentives
to assist property owners and Park residents on energy matters
and managing escalating energy costs. Energy
In a Hurry? Fast FACTS to keep you informed
On many pages of our web site, in this location you'll find what
we consider to be commonly needed information.
Fast FACTS - easy access to common questions and useful information.
to Adirondack Park Agency Land Use Regulations --
This document explains APA jurisdiction for land owners and project
sponsors. (pdf 370kb)
See About the Park for information
on Adirondack history, nature, geography and more.
Jurisdictional Inquiry Form --
(updated 3/28/2013 pdf 51kb)
Who is on the Adirondack Park Agency Board? Find out here...