Central New York Regional Economic Development Council
Federal Opportunity Zones
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The Central New York Regional Economic Development Council (CNY REDC) is the strategic economic advisory board for Central New York.
New in Central New York
The Central New York Regional Economic Development Council is hosting public outreach meetings in April. Find an event near you.
Potential Project Application
Please complete potential project applications by April 30th.
2017 Central New York SIAT Presentation
2017 Central New York Progress Report
Learn more about Central New York’s 2017 strategies, priorities and progress.
2015 Central New York URI Plan
Learn more about Central New York’s Upstate Revitalization Initiative plan.
CNY Drone Test Corridor
Central New York is home to the nation’s first air corridor where unmanned aerial vehicles can safely fly beyond visual line of sight for testing and development. The first five miles of the soon to...
Downtown Revitalization Initiative
Governor Cuomo’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) is transforming downtown neighborhoods into vibrant communities where the next generation of New Yorkers will want to live, work, and raise families.
CNY DRI Round 1 (2016): City of Oswego (Oswego County)
CNY DRI Round 2 (2017): City of Cortland (Cortland County)
Harborfest Celebrations in Downtown Oswego
A primary role of the CNY REDC is to create a regional strategic plan and provide a written update every year. Click View More below to access the full archive of CNY REDC documents.
2016 Central New York Progress Report
2015 Central New York Progress Report
2014 Central New York Progress Report
2013 Central New York Progress Report
2012 Central New York Progress Report
See meeting notices and read meeting notes for the Central NY REDC
Prior SIAT Presentations
See the annual presentation of the CNY REDC’s progress report.
Past CFA Awards
View past CFA awards Ceremonies for Central New York
More About the Central New York Region
James Fayle, Regional Director