The Northside strives for unity through diversity, maintaining our traditions and promoting family values; we celebrate our history as a home of many cultures.
Syracuse’s Northside has been the home of many nations, starting with the Haudenosaunee as well as providing a gateway for immigrants from Ireland, Germany, Italy, Vietnam, Laos, Bosnia, Sudan and many more to come. There are two National Register Historic Districts: North Salina Street and Hawley-Green. The Sedgwick/Highland/James area is also a Local Preservation District. Northside business districts are being revitalized and neighborhood groups throughout the area work effectively to enhance city living. The Northside includes Schiller Park, the Regional Farmers' Market, Alliance Bank Stadium, and the Intermodal Transportation Center. To learn more about the Northside, click here.
The TNT Area 7 Planning Council meets regularly on the 4th Wednesday.
Next Meeting: Wed., January 27th, 7:00 p.m. at Grant Middle School, 2400 Grant Blvd. Parking and Entrance around the back off Kirkpatrick St. Due to the holidays in November and December, TNT Northside will not meet again until January. Have a safe and happy Holiday season!
TNT meetings are subject to change as necessary. For more information, call TNT Coordinator Tina Zagyva at (315) 448-8178, or email TZagyva@SyrGov.net.
The Westcott Neighborhood Bulb Project hopes that by providing low cost, quality perennial bulbs neighbors will
work together to beautify their neighborhood and strengthen their
community. The bulbs are to be planted where they can be seen
from the street for all to enjoy. Since 2010, bulbs have been offered to organizations and individuals citywide. Please visit www.bulbproject.org for more information.
Clean Up 'Cuse is an annual effort to clean and beautify Syracuse. For more information, please call 448-8005 or click here.
Loans and grants available to eligible homeowners through Home HeadQuarters Home HeadQuarters is an independent non-profit organization, established in 1996, serving the city of Syracuse and Central New York through education for first-time homebuyers, financial and homeownership counseling, foreclosure prevention, real estate planning and development — and provides affordable home and energy improvement loans and grants to homeowners. Read more at syracuse.com and visit Home HeadQuarters at homehq.org.
Syracuse’s neighborhoods are the focus of a vibrant and involved citizenry. The City is as strong as the commitment and dedication of its leadership – from the Southside Neighborhood Action Group’s Block Captains to the volunteers who help clean our parks every Earth Day to the teachers who mold our future leaders and the Police and Firefighters who maintain our safety. The diverse associations throughout Syracuse add immeasurably to civic life and are constantly working to make Syracuse a better place to live, work, learn, play and raise a family.