SRTG Meeting Thursday 4 PM Town of Plattsburgh Office

We're moving around the SRTG area. The next meeting is at 4 PM Thursday, February 13, 2020. 

Winter weather advisory for today has been cancelled, so the meeting is on.


Metropolitan Trails Academy

San Francisco Crosstown Trail

The new Crosstown Trail offers you the chance to bike, hike, and run along a 17-mile route that crosses diagonally through San Francisco.

Work in Progress on the Website.

If you're looking for something in particular, use the Search box while we reorganize the website.

Here's the work in progress 

Tobacco Settlement Treadwell Mills Grant


Saranac River Trail Greenway Bylaws

Adopted by the board on May 9, 2019


SRTG Board Meeting

Government Center Margaret Street

Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 4:00pm

LaPierre Lane Riverway

LaPierre Lane Riverway is the first completed spur of the Saranac River Trail Greenway (SRTG) outside the City of Plattsburgh.  The SRTG is a 27 mile trail concept extending from the City of Plattsburgh, through the Towns of Plattsburgh, Schuyler Falls and Saranac.    

There are many unique features of LaPierre Lane Riverway including:  

Saranac River Trail Greenway — Blue Trails Extension: Conditions Report

The trail will extend from the current westward terminus at George Angell Drive in the City of Plattsburgh to a point approximately 2.15 miles to the west at Reeves Lane in the Town of Plattsburgh. This section of the trail is ready for advancement since it will be constructed on public sector property, extending through the Plattsburgh City School District High School property, the SUNY Plattsburgh Field House and sports complex and westward across City of Plattsburgh property to Reeves Lane. With the views of the river and especially the imperial dam, there is a desire to keep the trail near river.

Clinton County (County) has received Regional Waterfront Program Key Project funds to design the next segment of the Saranac River Trail Greenway in the City and Town of Plattsburgh.This project is supported by funding from the Environmental Protection Fund through the New York State Department of State (DOS) Local Waterfront Revitalization Program. 


Thanks to Boire Benner Group for Our Great Brochure!


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