City of Binghamton, New York

Planning, Housing & Community Development

Blueprint Binghamton Public Comments

Public comments received for the Blueprint Binghamton planning documents can be accessed on the right side of this page. 

There are no grant opportunities available at this time.

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State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) Process for Blueprint Binghamton

A municipality’s adoption of a comprehensive plan is subject to SEQR and is classified as a Type I action in SEQR regulations. The Main and Court Corridor form-based code is also subject to SEQR, according to 6 NYCRR Section 617.4(b)(2) which states that "the adoption of changes in the allowable uses within any zoning district, affecting 25 or more acres of the district" is a Type 1 Action.  

In addition to our external, independent Blueprint Binghamton website, members of the public can also access information on Binghamton's new Comprehensive Plan on this page.

The Mayor’s Commission on Housing & Home Ownership was appointed in the Spring of 2008 with an inaugural meeting on April 3, 2008. Four main objectives were specified as the Commission’s charge:

The Planning Division regularly works with a wide range of City departments and community groups to draft new legislation or revise existing legislation in order to improve the quality of life in the City and support local businesses. Below are some of the current legislative initiatives being spearheaded by the Planning Division.


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