Cycle Adirondacks is a fully supported week-long bicycle tour designed for riders to enjoy the wildlife and breathtaking scenery of the Adirondack Mountains and surrounding areas of New York State. Bicyclist enjoy a 50-60 mile ride each day. This annual event has been very successful in terms of growth of ridership (160 in 2015, 300 in 2016), involvement of local communities, enthusiam, and national visibility. This event provides national exposure to Adirondack communities.
January 10, 2017
Governor Cuomo announced the Clean Water Infrastructure Act of 2017 to invest a record $2 Billion in critical water across New York State.
The Adirondack Association of Towns and Villages is working with Barton & Loguidice to compile information relating to data and available mapping of each of our communities in the Park. The data we will be compiling will include local water and sewer infrastructure, land use, roads including public and privately-owned as well as gas, electric and high-speed internet service areas. This data we hope will ultimately be used to help identify areas within the Adirondack Park where community growth potential might be restricted and future infrastructure needs may be more difficult to address. A survey has been mailed to each community requesting information regarding their current infrastructure. If you are a local leader and have not received the survey, please email ([email protected]) the AATV and one will be sent to you. An update to the project will be posted in the future.