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The Capital District Regional Planning Commission
Serving Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, & Schenectady Counties

Last Updated 9 Oct 14 One Park Place, Suite 102, Albany, NY 12205-2676
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Economic Development Planner/Project Manager
Economic Development Planner/Project Manager (PDF Job Announcement)
CDRPC is seeking to hire an Economic Development Planner/Project Manager to join our team at our offices in Albany, NY.
The position involves the advanced application of planning and management skills in a collaborative office environment.
American Community Survey (ACS) Data
2008-2012 ACS Demographic Profiles 2007-2011 ACS Demographic Profiles
2006-2010 ACS Demographic Profiles 2005-2009 ACS Demographic Profiles
ACS Data on American Fact Finder Maps for 2005-09 ACS Data on New York Times Website
2010 Census Data
SF1 Demographic Profiles Capital District PL94 Redistricting Data
2010 Census Data on American Fact Finder Maps for 2010 Census PL94 Data on New York Times Website

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Data

August 2014 Employed, Unemployed, & Unemployment Rates for Counties & RegionsNew Link

August 2014 CPI & Producer Price IndexNew Link

Journey-to-Work Data & Charts based on the 2006-2010 ACSNew Link

Employees, Payroll, & Establishments from the County Business Patterns: 1980-2012New Link

Census 2013 Minor Civil Division Population EstimatesNew Link

Capital District 2013 Residential Building PermitsNew Link

Capital District 2012 Municipal Finance Data & 2012 School District Finance Data

2013 County Components of Population Change

Annual Employed, Unemployed, & Unemployment Rate Averages: 1981-2013

Revised Community Fact Sheets with 2008-2012 ACS Data for Income, Housing, & Employment

County Migration Patterns: 1980-2010

2000-2012 NAICS Sector Employment, Establishments, & Payroll for the Counties, Region, MSA, & State

Residential Home Sales through MLS: 2004-2012

Capital District 1995-12 Real Property Tax Rates

Newly Revised Age Cohort Projections to 2050

Newly Revised Population Projections to 2050

Capital Region Patent Data: 2002-09

Albany Office Bankruptcy Statistics: 1996-2009
Reports & Misc.

Albany Pool Communities CSO Long Term Control Plan Program BrochureNew Link

Capital District Data: Jul/Aug 2014 Issue Now Available OnlineNew Link

DOT Web Cam Links RestoredNew Link

New Regional Maps and Map ListingNew Link

Metrics Appendix for the CREDC 2013 Strategic Plan UpdateNew Link

Revised Zone Tariff for FTZ #121 New Link

Capital District 2010 Regional Greenhouse Gas InventoryNew Link {3.6 Mb PDF file}

2010-50 Projected Net Population Change by Traffic Analysis Zone Maps

Capital Region Cost of Living Index & Comparative Data for Urban Areas

Creating Healthy Places in Rensselaer County report {19.7 Mb PDF File}

Capital Region Economic Development Council 2012 Final Report

Capital Region Sustainability Plan Available for Review & Public Comment

Capital Region Economic Development Council Strategic Plan: 14 Nov 11

Tech Valley Trends—A Basis for Civic Change {676 Kb PDF file}

NYSERDA - Energy $martSM Communities Program

Capital District Transportation Committee New Visions 2030 Plan
     Brochure {5.6 Mb PDF}      Summary Report {691 Kb PDF}

Estimating the Fiscal Impact of Alternative Futures for the Capital Region
     Brochure {641 Kb PDF}      Report {6 Mb PDF}

New Centers: Case Studies of New Urbanism in Denver & Portland {2.8 Mb PDF file}

Albany County Plan to End Homelessness Report {136 Kb PDF file}

Larger than Regional Policy Concepts Report - Final Draft {243 Kb PDF file}

Schenectady County Mohawk River/Erie Canal Blueway Trail Map {1.5 Mb PDF file}
Workshop, Conference, & Meeting Materials
— Most Recent: New York State Data Center Conference from 2-4 June 2014 —
Conferences, Workshops, Public Hearings, & Misc. Notices


  • The NYS Power Authority is developing an Energy Master Plan for the City of Albany: The Public is invited to submit energy-saving ideas. Please see the Press Release for further details.

  • Seminar on Planning for Streamside Habitats and Flood Resilience: A primer that will provide basic information on stream dynamics - how streams naturally flow on the land, how streams respond to disturbance and problems that can arise from the interaction of streams and human-built infrastructure, especially during flood events. Thursday, 10/2/14, from 6-8:30 p.m. in Millbrook, NY [Call (845) 677-8223, ext. 135 for information], and Wednesday, 10/22/14, from 2:30-5 p.m. at SUNY Orange, Middletown Campus, NY [Call (845) 344-1234 for information].

  • Conference on Building Local Capacity for Watershed Restoration — Investing in Wastewater and Stormwater for Sustainability and Resilience: A multi-track conference presented by the Hudson River Watershed Alliance on Tuesday, October 7, 2014, from 9 a.m. 5:15 p.m., in Hyde Park, NY. See the Website for information and registration links.

  • NYSDEC Erosion and Sediment Control Construction Activity Training: The Albany County Soil and Water Conservation District is offering a DEC-approved 4 hour training course in the principles and practices of erosion and sediment control at 8 a.m. on 10/10/14 at 6 Airline Drive, Albany, NY 12203. See the Flyer for details and the Form for registration.

  • North Country Stormwater Tradeshow and Conference: The Champlain Watershed Improvement Coalition of NY and NYSDEC are hosting the 10th annual Stormwater Tradeshow and Conference on Thursday October 16, 2014 at the Queensbury Hotel in downtown Glens Falls, NY. See the Flyer for details and registration.

  • Land Use Planning Workshops for Rensselaer Plateau Communities: The Rensselaer Plateau Alliance, Hudsonia Ltd., and the NYSDEC are offering two land use planning workshops in October (10/1 & 10/18) for Rensselaer Plateau communities. The trainings will focus on using new townwide ecological maps from the Rensselaer Plateau Regional Conservation Plan in local planning and decision-making. While these workshops will highlight resources developed for the Rensselaer Plateau, the concepts and strategies that will be discussed are broadly relevant to other communities, and we will accept registrations from other localities as space permits. See the Flyer for details and registration.

  • The Woods in Your Backyard - Part 2: Taking Action to Create and Enhance Natural Areas on Your Property: A webinar & field trip program for landowners and homeowners in the Hudson River Estuary watershed offered by the NYSDEC Hudson River Estuary Program and the Cornell Cooperative Extension. Webinars - Wednesday evenings (10/1, 10/8, & 10/15/14) from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Field trip - Saturday, 10/18/14. See the Flyer for details and registration information.

  • Southeast NY Stormwater Conference: The annual SE NY Stormwater Conference, sponsored by the Lower Hudson Coalition of Conservation Districts, is scheduled for Wednesday, 10/15/14, in Dutchess Manor, Beacon, NY. The conference provides an opportunity for municipal officials and staff to learn about stormwater management from experts in the field and their peers throughout the region. See the Conference Website for details and registration.

  • North Country Stormwater Tradeshow and Conference — Save the Date!: 10th Annual North Country Stormwater Tradeshow & Conference, Thursday October 16, 2014, The Queensbury Hotel, 88 Ridge Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801. Sponsored by the Champlain Watershed Improvement Coalition of NY & NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. See the Flyer for details.

  • Putting Greene County Habitats on the Map in Local Planning — A workshop for land use decision-makers: This interactive workshop for municipal officials and others involved in land-use decision-making or conservation will introduce maps and resources from the recently completed Greene County Grassland Habitat Management Plan. November 5, 2014, from 6-9 p.m. at the Greene County Industrial Agency in Coxsackie. See the Website for details and registration and download the Management Plan.

Contact CDRPC to submit announcements of upcoming planning and economic development events for posting.

Mission Statement
The Capital District Regional Planning Commission (CDRPC) is a regional planning and resource center serving Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, and Schenectady counties. CDRPC provides objective analysis of data, trends, opportunities, and challenges relevant to the Region's economic development and planning communities. CDRPC serves the best interests of the public and private sectors by promoting intergovernmental cooperation; communicating, collaborating, and facilitating regional initiatives; and sharing information and fostering dialogues on solutions to regional problems.


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David Lang Wardle (cdrpc@cdrpc.org)
Director of Information Services
Capital District Regional Planning Commission
One Park Place, Suite 102, Albany, NY 12205
Phone: 518/453-0850
Fax: 518/453-0856

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