"Generations of New Yorkers have made a commitment and have said
this: tread lightly here, and make sure we place sensible limits
on the recent development. And that's what's happened. Here we
see good stewardship in action. The Adirondack Park is among the
first protected wilderness areas in our country. Yet, this land
is also home to many - a place to work, a sanctuary for visitors
who come here to appreciate the peace and beauty they can find
-- President Bush, Earth Day, April 22, 2002, Whiteface Mountain,
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Do you need a permit? See the permit checklist in the Citizen’s
Guide or fill out a jurisdictional inquiry form.
As with any development project in New York State, more than one
permit may be required for your proposed activity. more...
Please check with other state agencies and your local town or
village office about other regulations that may apply to your project.
NYS Dept. Environmental
NYS Dept. Of Transportation
NYS Dept. Of Health