Call for Nominations: Intermunicipal Achievement Awards

Call for Nominations: 2018 Erastus Corning 2nd Achievement Awards for Intermunicipal Cooperation The Capital District Regional Planning Commission promotes intergovernmental cooperation by fostering collaboration and coordination to find solutions to regional challenges and maximize opportunities. CDRPC will recognize individuals and organizations whose efforts have significantly contributed to the advancement regional development and planning through intermunicipal or… Read more »

Census Mapper Video Overview

Still new to our Census Mapper application?  Not sure how to make the most of it? CDRPC’s Todd Fabozzi provides a step-by-step overview of our Census Mapper application including how to make maps, access quick maps, query data, and print maps.  If you have already worked with the CDRPC Census Mapper and need a reminder about… Read more »

RFP: Economic Development Strategic Planning (Albany County)

The County of Albany is seeking proposals for economic development strategic planning as requested by the County Executive’s Office. Albany County is requesting proposals to conduct a community-wide strategic process which will guide our community’s economic development efforts over the next five to ten years. The full RFP and addendums can be found here: This RFP… Read more »

Now Hiring: Regional Planner/Analyst

The Capital District Regional Planning Commission is hiring for a full‐time position as a Regional Planner/Analyst. A range of planning and analytical skills are required, with a focus on data analysis to support our economic development and water quality programs. The position will be responsible for collecting, analyzing, and communicating data; serving as a resource… Read more »

Regional population growth in 2017

With the release of the 2017 population estimates, it is increasingly clear that population growth for the region’s municipalities remains stable and concentrated in Saratoga County. Of the region’s top 10 fastest growing municipalities, seven are located in Saratoga County. Halfmoon remains the fastest growing municipality in the region, growing just over 2,900 (13.5%) residents… Read more »