The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Division for Historic Preservation announced the completion of the Final New York State Historic Preservation Plan (2021-2026)/Generic Environmental Impact Statement.
The State Historic Preservation Plan guides preservation efforts at the local, regional and state levels. It serves as a blueprint for identifying and preserving New York's historic and cultural resources and is periodically updated to address current needs, issues and opportunities. Statewide plans are the product of collaboration within State Parks and broad-based professional, partner, and public involvement from across the state.
An online version of the Final State Historic Preservation Plan and GEIS is available at the following publicly accessible website: https://parks.ny.gov/inside-our-agency/master-plans.aspx.
A non-digital copy of the documents can be provided by
Historic Preservation Program Coordinator Daniel McEneny c/o:
Division for Historic Preservation
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation
Peebles Island State Park, P.O. Box 189
Waterford, New York 12188
Interested agencies and the public are afforded the opportunity to consider the GEIS for 10 days. This consideration period ends on Saturday, Dec. 18.