The Central New York Regional Planning and
Development Board (CNY RPDB) is a public agency that was
established in 1966 by Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Onondaga, and
Oswego Counties under the provisions of Article 12B of the New
York State General Municipal Law.
The CNY RPDB is governed by a 35-member board of
directors that is appointed by its five member counties.
Financial support for the agency is provided by member county
contributions, state and federal grants, and contract service revenue.
The CNY RPDB provides a comprehensive range of services
associated with the growth and development of communities in Central New
York with a focus on eight major program areas including economic
development, environmental management, community development, energy
management, land use and transportation planning, information and
research services, and intergovernmental coordination.
Central New York Regional Sustainability Plan
In response to the public health emergency for
the COVID-19 virus, CNY RPDB employees are working
remotely for the next several weeks. All staff
email accounts are active and being monitored
on a regular basis.