Information regarding Agency regulations:
- Agricultural Uses and Structures, Agricultural Service Uses
- Boundary Line Adjustments
- Dam Repair/Replacement
- Emergency Projects -- Emergency project Frequently Asked Questions
- Forestry Use Involving Wetlands
- Freshwater Wetlands
- Gift Exemption
- Guest Cottage
- Guide to Enforcement Hearings
- Guide to Permit Hearings
- Guide to Permit Modifications, Suspension or Revocation Hearings
- Hand Harvesting of Aquatic Nuisance Plants
- Hotel, Motel and Tourist Accommodation Expansions
- Hunting and Fishing Cabins
- Preexisting Subdivisions
- River Corridors
- Shoreline Restrictions
- Shoreline Stabilization -- Structure setbacks; applicability to walls and rip rap; shoreline vegetation cutting.
- Structure Height
- Waste Disposal Areas
- Wetlands -- see Freshwater Wetlands
- Wild, Scenic and Recreational Rivers -- see River Corridors
- Wind and Solar Power
Information on a variety of Adirondack topics:
Agencies Requiring Permits in the Adirondack Park -- lists addresses and phone numbers along with some of the activities requiring permits from various agencies having jurisdiction in the Adirondack Park.
Caring for our Rivers & Roads -- A Homeowner's Guide to Erosion Control in the Adirondack Park -- This booklet is intended to serve as a guide to the Park’s residents and homeowners on what they can do to protect their property and help insure our rivers and roads are cared for properly. (pdf 2Mb)
Caring for Your Septic System -- a septic system must be properly maintained to protect your health, property value, water resources and provide many years of trouble-free service. This information flyer is designed to help you do that by answering some commonly asked questions.
Save that lake! -- What you can do to preserve water quality.
Regional flyers produced with assistance from the APA:
Au Sable River Watershed -- A Traveler's Guide to River and Scenic Byway Resources. Includes
a detailed map and sampler of annual events. (pdf
Northwest Foothills - A visitor's
guide to the New York State Route 3 Olympic Trail Scenic Byway (pdf
Region - A Visitor's Guide -- This guide was designed to highlight
natural attractions and outdoor recreation opportunities that exist
along the Wilmington-Ausable stretch of the NYS Olympic Trail Scenic
Byway. (pdf 750kb)
The following documents commonly meet many needs.
Other sources of information from New York State include: