That is why we created this list of City Departments and contact information. [92], Another major project of the 1960s and 1970s was Interstate 787 and the South Mall Arterial. In 1807, Robert Fulton initiated a steamboat line from New York to Albany, the first successful enterprise of its kind anywhere in the world. Hand col. to show ward areas, ward numbers, principal buildings, and proposed "Boulevard". Its current location has been public property since the Dongan Charter of 1686 gave the city title to all property not privately owned. Compare pay for popular roles and read about the team’s work-life balance. Albany has been a center of transportation for much of its history. [311], UAlbany has hosted the New York Giants training camp since 1996. The Albany Devils moved to Binghamton, New York in 2017. The center of the campus moved to its current Uptown Campus in the west end of the city in 1970. [283] Serving Albany to a lesser degree are The Daily Gazette, based in Schenectady,[284] and The Record, of Troy. [40] In 1776, Albany native Philip Livingston signed the Declaration of Independence at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Albany was first claimed by Henry Hudson for the Dutch in 1609 and was chartered as a city in 1686, making us the second oldest chartered city in the country. [110][111][112] There are four lakes within city limits: Buckingham Lake; Rensselaer Lake at the mouth of the Patroon Creek; Tivoli Lake, which was formed as a reservoir and once connected to the Patroon Creek; and Washington Park Lake, which was formed by damming the Beaver Kill. [37] Although it was never adopted by Parliament, it was an important precursor to the United States Constitution. Long-term office holders became rare in the 1980s. [255] The state government has offices scattered throughout the city. As the City of Albany Department of General Services, together with the New York State Department of Transportation continues to remove snow after the 8th largest snow storm in the City’s history, Mayor Sheehan is reminding residents about the Emergency Parking Areas available during the City of Albany’s Snow Emergency (complete list below). [74] By 1865, there were almost 4,000 saw mills in the Albany area[74] and the Albany Lumber District was the largest lumber market in the nation. The state office campus was planned in the 1950s by governor W. Averell Harriman to offer more parking and easier access for state employees. Washington Park was designed by John Bogart and John Cuyler in 1870,[135] and opened for public use the following year. The Palace Theatre and The Egg provide mid-sized forums for music, theater, and spoken word performances, with the Capital Repertory Theatre filling the small-sized niche. [115] The interior of Albany consists of rolling hills which were once part of the Albany Pine Bush, an area of pitch pine and scrub oak, and has arid, sandy soil that is a remnant of the ancient Lake Albany. A rough grid pattern was established in 1764, aligning the streets with Clinton Avenue, which marked the northern border of Albany at the time. The lowest point is sea level at the Hudson River (the average water elevation is 2 feet (0.61 m)),[109][114] which is still technically an estuary at Albany and is affected by the Atlantic tide. Interstate 787 links Albany to Watervliet, Colonie, and Menands; by way of Route 7, I-787 connects to the Northway, offering Saratoga County residents a rather direct, albeit congested route to and from Albany during rush hour.[297]. [107], Albany is about 150 miles (240 km) north of New York City on the Hudson River. Albany is in plant hardiness zone 6a near downtown and along the shore of the Hudson and 5b at its western end. A total of 9.2% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race. Smaller events include the African American Family Day Arts Festival each August at the Empire State Plaza;[188] the Latin Fest, held each August at the Corning Preserve;[200] the Albany Jazz Festival, an annual end-of-summer event held at the Corning Preserve;[201] and Lark Fest, a music and art festival held each fall. [140] The Albany Riverfront Park at the Corning Preserve has an 800-seat amphitheatre that hosts events in non-winter months, most notably the Alive at 5 summer concert series. Look no further than Albany.com, offering both residents and visitors an authoritative guide to the vibrant and historic Capital Region area. A preserve was set up by the State Legislature in 1988 and is on the city's western edge, spilling into Guilderland and Colonie;[116] it is the only sizable inland pine barrens sand dune ecosystem in the United States,[113] and is home to many endangered species, including the Karner Blue butterfly. [172] The rate of reported violent crimes for 2008 (1,095 incidents per 100,000 residents) were more than double the rate for similarly sized US cities. [192] Much of the bar restaurant scene features classic Irish Pubs, though the official city food is Buffalo Chicken Nachos. One of the project's main results, since regretted, was separating the city from the Hudson River, its source of development. This dataset includes property taxes owed and paid as of March 1, 2014. The Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (private) is the second-oldest pharmacy school in New York and the fifteenth-oldest in the United States. A great weekend getaway, or family adventure. Locally, Albany is known as the Tri-City Area. [189] The bar scene generally incorporates three main strips. [117], Albany is in the humid continental climate zone (Köppen climate classification: Dfa),[118] and features cold, snowy winters, and warm, humid summers; the city experiences four distinct seasons. By 1810, with 10,763 people, Albany was the 10th largest urban place in the nation. The city of Nijmegen, Netherlands connected with Albany following World War II. 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New York State's Capital City has been making history for more than 400 years. National Center for Educational Statistics. Arbor Hill encompasses the area from Clinton Avenue (formerly called Patroon Street) north to the Livingston Avenue Railroad Bridge (where North Albany begins) and from the Hudson River west to Henry Johnson Boulevard. [146], The Empire State Plaza, a collection of state agency office buildings, dominates almost any view of Albany. In 1825 the Erie Canal was completed between Albany and Lake Erie. The Preserve's visitors center details the ecology of the Hudson River and the local environment. [190] While some praise the cultural contributions of Albany and the greater Capital District,[96] others suggest the city has a "cultural identity crisis" due to its widespread geography, which requires a car (and driving time) to experience most of what the area has to offer, a necessity not seen in larger and more densely populated metropolitan areas such as New York and Boston. [232] Although considered by the state to be one of the lowest-achieving high schools in New York, Albany High was listed as the nation's 976th best high school in a 2010 Newsweek/Washington Post report. [291] The Capital District is home to ABC affiliate WTEN 10,[292] CBS affiliate WRGB 6 (also operating CW affiliate WCWN 45),[293] Fox affiliate WXXA 23,[294] NBC affiliate WNYT 13 (also operating MyNetworkTV affiliate WNYA 51),[295] and PBS member station WMHT 17. Albany has the fourth highest amount of lawyers in its employment pool (7.5 lawyers per 1,000 jobs) compared to the rest of the nation, behind Washington, D.C., Trenton, New Jersey, and New York City, respectively. With a 2013 Census-estimated population of 1.1 million[9] the Capital District is the third-most populous metropolitan region in the state. Albany reached it's highest population of 134,995 in 1950. [287] The Legislative Gazette, another weekly newspaper, focuses exclusively on issues related to the Legislature and the state government.[288]. The midtown strip generally draws a younger crowd, as it is popular to the local college students. [233] Albany also has a number of private schools, including the coed Bishop Maginn High School and Albany Free School; the all-boys Albany Academy;[w] and the all-girls Academy of the Holy Names and Albany Academy for Girls.[235]. [m] Construction began in the early 1960s. [226] [u] In the 2015–2016 school year, over 9,000 students were enrolled in the public school system. Many restaurants, clubs, and bars have opened since the mid-1990s, revitalizing numerous areas that had once been abandoned; various establishments have reclaimed old row houses, businesses, and even a pump station. Albany is known for its rich history, commerce, culture, architecture, and institutions of higher education. [11] In the early 21st century, Albany has experienced growth in the high-technology industry, with great strides in the nanotechnology sector. The coat of arms of Albany, New York, is the heraldic symbol representing the city of Albany, the capital of the U.S. state of New York.The coat of arms is rarely seen by itself; it is almost always used in the city seal or on the city flag. Charter Communications hosts Spectrum News Capital Region, the area's only local 24-hour news channel. the expected highest and lowest temperature readings at any point during the year or given month) calculated based on data at said location from 1981 to 2010. [272][273] The city is home to eleven Catholic churches[274] and six Episcopal churches. It is the only ship of its kind still afloat. [149] Quackenbush House, a Dutch Colonial brick mansion, was built c. 1736;[150] Schuyler Mansion, a Georgian-style mansion, was built in 1765;[151] and the oldest building in Albany is the 1728 Van Ostrande-Radliff House at 48 Hudson Avenue. With the closure of Union Station on Broadway, area passenger-rail service is provided by Amtrak at the Albany-Rensselaer station across the river in Rensselaer. The port has the largest mobile harbor crane in the state of New York. Albany Book Festival Showcases Power of Storytelling; April 11, 2010 [Retrieved July 25, 2010]. In the 1920s, a powerful political machine controlled by the Democratic Party arose in Albany. The Bank of Albany (1792–1861) was the second chartered bank in New York. Albany is literally at the crossroad of I-87 and I-90, creating a junction between Buffalo and Boston, and Montreal and New York. The city is represented by Chuck Schumer (D)[256] and Kirsten Gillibrand (D)[257] in the United States Senate. Snowfall is significant, totaling 60.3 inches (153 cm) per season,[120] but with less accumulation than the lake effect areas to the north and west, as it is farther from Lake Ontario. Arbor Hill is an historic neighborhood in northeastern Albany near the Hudson River. Albany is home to a Triqui language-speaking community of Mexican-Americans. [314][315] The Devils replaced the Albany River Rats, who played in the Capital Region from 1990 to 2010, when they relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina. The original lake house, designed by Frederick W. Brown, was added in 1876. In the early years, they lived together with Italians, Jews and other immigrants in the South End, where housing was older and less expensive. In accordance with NYS Exec. [122] Summers in Albany can contain stretches of excessive heat and humidity, with temperatures of 90 °F (32 °C) or hotter on nine days per year. Hotels? Buckingham Lake Park is between Manning Boulevard and Route 85 in the Buckingham Pond neighborhood; it contains a pond with fountains, a footpath, a playground, and picnic tables. After Horatio Gates defeated John Burgoyne at Saratoga in 1777, the upper Hudson Valley was generally at peace as the war raged on elsewhere. Every elected city position has been held by a Democrat since 1931. Straying from the popular open campus layout, SUNY Albany has a centralized building layout with administrative and classroom buildings at center surrounded by four student housing towers. [248], Albany has a mayor-council form of government, which functions under the Dongan Charter, which was granted by colonial governor Thomas Dongan in 1686 when Albany was incorporated as a city. [261] O'Connell's organization overcame Barnes' in 1922 and survived well into the 1980s (even after his death), as the machine put forth candidates for whom the electorate dutifully voted. Use of this online civil service application requires an account linked to a valid email address. Rockefeller did not want to be limited by the Legislature's power of the purse, so Corning devised a plan to have the county pay for the construction and have the state sign a lease-ownership agreement. [23] Fort Orange and the surrounding area were incorporated as the village of Beverwijck (English: Beaverwick or Beaver District) in 1652. The iron industry waned by the 1890s due to increased costs associated with a newly unionized workforce and the opening of mines in the Mesabi Range in Minnesota. President William McKinley was an alumnus. Albany was designated as the State Capital in 1797. [164] Other development in downtown includes the construction of the State Dormitory Authority headquarters at 515 Broadway (1998);[165] the State Department of Environmental Conservation building, with its iconic green dome, at 625 Broadway (2001);[166] the State Comptroller headquarters on State Street (2001);[167] the Hudson River Way (2002), a pedestrian bridge connecting Broadway to the Corning Preserve;[142] and 677 Broadway (2005), "the first privately owned downtown office building in a generation".[168][169]. [98] After the death of Corning and the retirement of Congressman Sam Stratton, the political environment changed. National Water Quality Assessment Program. First dominated by Dutch and Germans, it was overtaken by the English in the early 19th century. [207], The Albany Institute of History and Art, on Washington Avenue near the Center Square Neighborhood and State Capitol, is "dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting and promoting interest in the history, art, culture of Albany and the Upper Hudson Valley region." Albany is currently declining at a rate of -0.57% annually and its population has decreased by -1.99% since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 97,856 in 2010. The average household size was 2.11 and the average family size was 2.95. Built between 1965 and 1978 at the hand of Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller and architect Wallace Harrison, the complex is a powerful example of late American modern architecture[147] and remains a controversial building project both for displacing city residents and for its architectural style. The city was officially chartered in 1686 under English rule. 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