Adopted Plans

Plans that have been adopted by the City of Rome's Common Council.

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Erie Boulevard Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA)

Encompassing a major transportation corridor, Canal front lands, residential development and the City’s growing arts and cultural district, the Erie Boulevard Brownfield Opportunity Area is an implementation plan to develop realistic redevelopment scenarios in the surrounding area of the former Rome Cable Site. 

Downtown Brownfield Opportunity Area (BOA)

Serving as the final planning piece in the Brownfield Opportunity Area process, the Step 3 Downtown BOA Implementation Plan will identify specific projects and techniques that will serve as catalysts to transform and revitalize the downtown core.

Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI)

Winning Governor Andrew Cuomo's $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative in 2017, the City of Rome has undergone several projects to improve the vitality of its growing downtown area.

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Waterfront Village

Part of the The Rome Waterfront Village is an implementation project that is part of the larger Downtown Rome Brownfield Opportunity Area.  The project involves various improvements that are intended to foster the revitalization of the area between South James Street and Erie Boulevard north of the Erie Canal, as well as improve public access to the canal

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Woodhaven Revitalization Plan

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