Syracuse Neighborhood related news and information; Schools, Neighborhood Community Events.

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Syracuse Common Council Schedule September 19 -23, 2022

Meetings Scheduled in The Common Council Chambers September 19th, Up To And Including September 23rd, 2022. Common Council meetings will be held in the Common Council Chamber, third floor of City Hall. Monday, September 19th 12:00 p.m. Neighborhood Preservation Committee Meeting re: Discussion of the HOME-ARP Plan & application to HUD for the awarded amount More »

Residential Fire on Grant Boulevard

Syracuse, N.Y. – On September 16, 2022 at 12:34 p.m., Syracuse firefighters were alerted by the 911 Center to a possible fire in the 400 block of Grant Boulevard. Firefighters from Station 9 (Shuart Ave) arrived in two minutes to the two-story duplex residence and saw a side of the structure on fire. Firefighters stretched More »

Shooting with injuries: Man Shot While Riding Bicycle on South McBride Street

On Thursday, September 15th, 2022, at around 11:35 P.M., Officers responded to the 1100 block of S. McBride Street for a shooting with injuries call.  Upon arrival, Officers located a 53-year-old male shot in the leg.  The victim is expected to survive. The investigation revealed that the victim was shot by an unknown suspect while More »

NYCLU and Advocates Rally to End Dangerous Lead Exposure in Syracuse as I-81 Demolition Approaches

The NYCLU, Families for Lead Freedom Now, and community members will rally for protections from dangerous levels of lead exposure. Syracuse residents experience lead poisoning at some of the highest rates in the country. The demolition of I-81 threatens exposing the community to even greater risk of lead poison. Advocates and community members will demand More »

Happy Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month! Flags of Multiple Nations Raised at Syracuse City Hall

Today for the first time in the history of Syracuse and Onondaga County, we raised flags from every Hispanic/Latino country to kick off the month-long celebration, which will continue until October 15th. Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month reminds us that the American identity is a fabric of diverse traditions and stories woven together. Our culture has been More »

Final Showcase Sunday at the Spirit of Jubilee Park (to be held on Wednesday September 14th)

On Wednesday, September 14,2022 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM Jubilee will be hosting  their final Showcase Sunday at the Spirit of Jubilee Park (100 block of South Ave). Jubilee will celebrate their 25th Anniversary hosting Jubilee Homes of Syracuse Showcase Sundays.  The organization will also honor Reggie Seigler for 20 years of service and Keenan More »

Syracuse Land Bank Properties: 234 Hunt Ave. & 1703 Midland Ave.

The primary purpose of the Greater Syracuse Land Bank is to return vacant, abandoned, underutilized, and tax-delinquent properties to productive use in ways that support the community’s long-range vision for its future. “We do this by acquiring these properties, stabilizing them, selling them to responsible buyers for redevelopment, and by assembling and land banking projects More »

September FOCUS Forum: Salt City Market

Friday, September 16 at 11:30 a.m.In-person & Online Salt City Market Join FOCUS Greater Syracuse for a free FOCUS forum featuring the Salt City Market! The forum will highlight the incredible history and development of the Salt City Market, along with current projects, goals, and initiatives. Panelists include: Adam Sudmann, Market Manager, Salt City Market; Tori Shires, More »