City home page lists city departments and services
What Every Resident Should Know
City of Syracuse guide to garbage collection, snow removal, yard maintenance, dogs, noise and parking.
"Syracuse Zoning Rules & Regulations," in three parts.
This is a city website where citizens can register complaints and problems. Report everything from "debris ridden yards" to potholes in the street. You can even put in a request for a new tree to be planted on your street.
County homepage listing departments and county legislators.
Neighborhood Groups and Resources
Want to buy a home in the university area? University Neighborhood Preservation Association can help with loans and grants!
Westcott East Neighborhood Association. Bounded by Greenwood Place, Columbus Avenue & Thornden Park on the west; Genesee Street on the north; Westmoreland Avenue & Houston Avenue on the east; Euclid Avenue & Meadowbrook Drive on the south.
Westcott Community Center, Inc. 826 Euclid Avenue, Syracuse, NY 13210 (315) 478-8634. MANY local events, theater, lecture series, social events and much more.
Home HeadQuarters is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to revitalizing and stabilizing neighborhoods in Central New York. Home HeadQuarters offers "one-stop shopping" for first-time homebuyers including Homebuyer Education, financial and homeownership counseling, Home Value Protection and Foreclosure Prevention. Home HeadQuarters also provides homeowners with affordable home and energy improvement loans and grants.
University Neighborhood Partnership
"To enhance the university residential community and address the dynamics of the college neighborhood by providing a process for communication and constructive action."
Association of Central New York
Dedicated to the preservation of Syracuse's built environment.
Home page for Syracuse Neighborhood Watch groups.