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Saratoga County - Maps 14 and 19 Amendments Update

Geographic Area Covered:

Portions of two quad maps.

Quad Maps Affected by Amendment: (Maps 14 & 19)

Gansevoort and Quaker Springs

Towns Affected by Amendment:

Northumberland and Wilton

Nature of Amendment:

Additions of 5 unmapped, undersize wetlands as wetlands of unusual local importance due to the presence of NYS listed endangered/threatened species (GA-51, GA-52, GA-54, GA-55, GA-56 all Class 1); addition of unmapped wetland GA-53, Class1; revision to wetland identification number of GA-30 (now GA-50) with revision to wetland boundary and wetland classification (from Class 2 to Class 1)
Information can be found on the 1999 Saratoga Full County Amendments.

Date Initiated:

August 13, 2014. The 2014 proposed amended wetland maps are the official DEC regulatory wetland maps; they supercede the same area portions shown on the 1999 proposed maps.

Informational Meeting:

Wednesday, September 3, 2014 from 2:00-4:00pm and 6:00-8:00pm at the Wilton Town Hall, 22 Traver Rd, Gansevoort, NY

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 2014 proposed amended wetland map is the official DEC regulatory wetland map; it supercedes the portions of the 1999 proposed maps.

  1. Saratoga County Amendment Map (2014) (PDF, 299 KB)
  2. Saratoga County Amendment Maps (1999)
  3. Environmental Resource Mapper (ERM)
  4. County, City, Town, and Village Clerk's offices for the geographic area where the wetlands are located.
  5. DEC Region 5 Office in Warrensburg

Where to Get Digital Data for the Amendments:

Cornell University Geospatial Information Repository (CUGIR)