Town of Stillwater

Lake George Route 9 Gateway Plan

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

Town of Stillwater

Town of Stillwater, NY

Stillwater is located on the Hudson River in Saratoga County. It is a rural community that has developed a long-range plan to leverage its history and location. The plan celebrates local agricultural assets as well as the Town’s important role in the American Revolution. The Town is actively designing and constructing new trail networks along the waterfront and working with the National Park Service to improve access to the Hudson River. Examples of funding success:

Riverside Trail Community Linkage Project: $350,000
NYSDOT Multimodal Historic Multi-Use Trail: $1,200,000
Historic Towpath Trail Linkage Project: $200,000
Campbell Park: $25,000
Route 4 Zoning and Design Guidelines CDTC: $90,000
NYS Agriculture & Markets Transfer of Development Rights: $25,000
NYSDOS Shared Municipal Services Initiative: $350,000
NYSDOT Route 4 Safe Routes to Schools: $400,000
FEMA Flood Hazard Mitigation: $760,000

 

 

Lake George Route 9 Gateway Plan

Lake George, NY

Chazen helped the Town of Lake George develop a new vision for US Route 9, the gateway to the region’s premier tourist destination. The Route 9 Gateway Plan recommended traffic calming measures, a planted median, a mid-block pedestrian signals/crossing, permeable pavements, native plantings and other green infrastructure techniques. Chazen assisted the Town in securing funding and implementing this transformative project. Funding included:

NYSDOT Strategic Transportation Enhancement Program-STEP: $900,000
NYSDOT Transportation Enhancement Program-TEP: $1,100,000
NYSEFC Green Innovation Grant Program:  $553,000
NYSDOS LWRP Wayfinding Signage: $100,000
NYSDOT Transportation Improvement Program: $8,500,000

 

 

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

The CDBG program is a federally funded program that is administered locally by New York State’s Office of Community Renewal. The CDBG Program provides grants for community facilities, public infrastructure, housing rehabilitation and related community development activities.

Chazen has successfully secured and administered CDBG infrastructure, public facilities, housing rehabilitation and economic development awards exceeding $32,000,000, including over $8,000,000 in the last 5 years. Recent successes include:

Village of Whitehall, NY
2016 CDBG Infrastructure: $750,000
2015 CDBG Infrastructure: $600,000
2014 CDBG Infrastructure: $600,000

Village of Hudson Falls, NY
2016 CDBG Infrastructure: $750,000
2015 CDBG Infrastructure:  $600,000
2014 CDBG Infrastructure: $500,000
2012 Public Facilities – Water:  $570,000

Village of Ilion, NY
2014 CDBG Infrastructure: $600,000
2013 CDBG Infrastructure: $600,000

Otsego County, NY
2014 Otsego County CDBG Planning: $47,500
2014 Otsego County Public Facilities: $400,000
2014 Otsego County Economic Development: $200,000
2014 Otsego County Economic Development: $60,000
2014 Otsego County Economic Development: $110,000
2014 Otsego County Economic Development: $200,000

Various Locations, NY
2013 Town of Queensbury Economic Development: $60,000
2013 Village of Coxsackie CDBG Infrastructure: $590,000
2012 Village of Scotia Housing Rehabilitation: $275,000
2010 Village of South Glens Falls Public Water: $600,000