Language Access Services
About the Park
About the Agency
Access to Records
30th Anniversary Tribute
Adirondack Park Land Use and Development Plan May 22, 2003
30th Anniversary Conference
Highlights and Summary of October 2003
About the New York State Adirondack Park Agency
The Adirondack Park Agency (APA) was created in 1971 by the New
York State Legislature to develop long-range land use plans for
both public and private lands within the boundary of the Park.
The APA is a New York State governmental agency with an eleven-member
board, and a staff consisting of 60 people. The Agency Board meets
monthly to act on Park policy issues and permit applications. Agency
Board meetings take place the second Thursday and Friday of each
month and are open to the public.
more about responsibilities and mission...
APA Advice and Services
APA Agency Members and Designees
APA Mission Statement flyer -- Highlights
of the Adirondack Park Agency's Strategic Plan (pdf 177kb)
Jobs at the Adirondack Park Agency
Agency Divisions, Units and Teams
Park Policy and Planning
Resource Analysis and Scientific Services
Local Government Services
APA Monthly meeting
Live and Archived Media page...
Upcoming Public Hearings
Dates and times of APA Public Hearings and deadlines to receive
written public comments more...