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Saratoga Full County Amendments

Geographic Area Covered:

County-wide re-mapping.

Quad Maps Affected by Amendment: (Maps 8-9, 11-25, 27-28)

Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Edinburg, Porter Corners, Corinth, Fort Miller, Galway, Middle Grove, Saratoga Springs, Schuylerville, Pattersonville, Burnt Hills, Round Lake, Mechanicville, Schaghticoke, Niskayuna, Troy North

Gansevoort and Quaker Springs quadrangles were updated with additional amendments that were officially started August 13, 2014.

Towns/Cities Affected by Amendment:

Ballston, Charlton, Clifton Park, Corinth, Galway, Greenfield, Halfmoon, Malta, Milton, Moreau, Northumberland, Providence, Saratoga, Stillwater, Waterford, Wilton and the City of Saratoga Springs.

Nature of Amendment:

Mostly county-wide re-mapping, with additions of unmapped wetlands, adjusted wetland boundaries, changes to wetland identification numbers and wetland classification changes.

Date Initiated:

April 28, 1999.

Updates to the Amendment:

August 13, 2014. Seven amendments were initiated, adding wetland to the maps. More information exists on the Saratoga County Maps 14 and 19 Amendment Updates.

Informational Meeting:

May & June 1999 (six dates)

Public Hearing:

July 29, 1999

Deadline to Submit Comments:

Comment period has ended.

Contact:

Jed Hayden
518-623-1241
E-mail: jed.hayden@dec.ny.gov

Where to View the Maps: The 1999 proposed amended wetland maps are the official DEC regulatory wetland maps except in the portions of Gansevoort and Quaker Springs quads, Maps 14 and 19, where the 2014 proposed amended wetland maps are the official DEC regulatory wetland maps.

  1. DEC Wetland Amendment Maps
  2. Environmental Resource Mapper (ERM)
  3. County, City, Town, and Village Clerk's offices for the geographic area where the wetlands are located.
  4. DEC Region 5 Office in Warrensburg

Where to Get Digital Data for the Amendments:

Cornell University Geospatial Information Repository (CUGIR)