Logo

Capital District Regional Planning Commission

Serving Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga, & Schenectady Counties

One Park Place, Suite 102, Albany, NY 12205 | (518) 453-0850 | www.cdrpc.org

New Link Local Government Planning & Zoning Workshop | March 27, 2015 | Register Here | Overview and Presentations

American Community Survey (ACS) Data
2009-2013 ACS Demographic Profiles New Link
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

Data

New Link2014 County Components of Population Change

February 2015 Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Producer Price Index (PPI)

October and November 2014 Employed, Unemployed, & Unemployment Rates for Counties & Regions

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

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

Census 2013 Minor Civil Division Population Estimates

Capital District 2013 Residential Building Permits

Capital District 2012 Municipal Finance Data

2012 School District Finance Data

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

Reports & Misc.

Capital District Data: Jan/Feb 2015 Issue Now Available OnlineNew Link

New Regional Maps and Map ListingNew Link

Albany Pool Communities CSO Long Term Control Plan Program BrochureNew Link

Regional Traffic Web Cams

Metrics Appendix for the CREDC 2013 Strategic Plan Update

Revised Zone Tariff for FTZ #121

Capital District 2010 Regional Greenhouse Gas Inventory {3.6 Mb PDF}

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}

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}

NYSERDA — Energy $mart 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}

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

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

Schenectady County Mohawk River/Erie Canal Blueway Trail Map {1.5 Mb PDF}

Workshop, Conference, & Meeting Materials

— Most Recent: New York State Data Center Conference from 2-4 June 2014 —

Conferences, Workshops, Public Hearings, & Misc. Notices

  • Save the Date: CDRPC presents a Local Government Planning & Zoning Workshop at HVCC, Troy on March 27, 2015. Registration is now open.
  • The Albany County Soil and Water Conservation District announces a Post-Flood Emergency Stream Intervention Training on May 11, 2015 from 9am to 1pm. Pre-registration is required; no fee to attend. The target audience for this training includes: Municipal Highway/Department of Public Works Staff, Local Contractors, Municipal Officials (i.e., Town Supervisors, County Highway Superintendents), Environmental Organizations, County Legislators, and other interested parties
  • The Albany County Soil and Water Conservation District has released its Winter/Spring 2014 Newsletter, including the tree and shrub order form.
  • The New York State Stormwater Regional Training Centers is now accepting registration for its spring courses. Register here. Contact the NYSSRTC for more information.
    • A Deeper Shade of Green, 04/15/2015
    • Ensuring a Long Life for SMPs, 04/29/2015
    • Living in a TMDL/303d Watershed. 05/19/2015
  • Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan: Partners Restoring the Hudson has scheduled several information sessions in January to introduce and build awareness for the Hudson River Comprehensive Restoration Plan (the Plan). They are particularly encouraging municipal and county officials, land trusts, watershed alliances, and environmental groups to learn more about the Plan and participate in the meetings. Visit http://thehudsonweshare.org/events/ to see the list of information sessions.
  • 2015 Hudson River Estuary Grants. The 2015 Request for Applications (RFA) for Hudson River Estuary Grants is expected to be announced soon . All prospective applicants must register in advance in the New York State Grants Gateway to be eligible to apply for any New York State grant. Registration cannot be completed online. Register now to allow sufficient time for your application to be processed. Not-for-profit corporations are also required to complete the Vendor Prequalification Application in the Grants Gateway. Not-for-profits must be prequalified by the grant proposal due date in order for the proposal to be eligible for evaluation and scoring. If you have not yet registered (both municipalities and not-for-profits) or prequalified (not-for-profits), please take the time to do so as soon as possible. Please visit the NYS Grants Reform website. Grantees for more information and instructions on registration and prequalification.
  • Register Now for the 2015 Hudson River Summit. The Hudson River Summit, co-sponsored by the Estuary Program and Historic Hudson River Towns, will take place Thursday, April 16, 9 am to 3:30 pm at the Poughkeepsie Grandview, overlooking the Hudson. Registration for the conference is $35 and we are now offering a student discount fee of $20. To register, please visit Historic Hudson River Towns. The registration deadline is April 2, 2015.
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.


Capital District Regional Planning Commission | One Park Place, Suite 102, Albany, NY 12205 | 518/453-0850 | Fax: 518/453-0856 | cdrpc@cdrpc.org

User Response Form | Designation of Agent to Receive Notice of Claimed Copyright Infringement(s)