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    Department of Neighborhood and Business Development (NBD)

    Stephanie A. Miner, Mayor 
    Paul Driscoll, Commissioner


  • RESOURCES 

    Resources for Residents and Property Owners

    Neighborhood Groups and Associations- Are you looking to get more involved in your neighborhood? See which organizations already exist in your area of the City and how you can take part in building and improving your community.

    Tenants’ Rights Handbook- This comprehensive handbook contains information for all tenants in the City of Syracuse. Know your rights as a renter! Click here for the handbook en Español.

    City Services Guide- Important information for property owners and residents about how to get the most out of your city services!

    Home HeadQuarters- Are you looking to buy a home or renovate a property? Home HeadQuarters is here to help! Apply for renovation grants and loans, take classes, and receive budget and loan counseling all in one place. 

    Home Ownership Center at HHQ

    Rental Registry- If you own a rental property in the City of Syracuse, you are required to register your property with the Division off Code Enforcement.

    Vacant Property Registry- If you own a vacant property in the city of Syracuse, you are required to register with the Division of Code Enforcement.

    Are You Facing Foreclosure?- Check out information and resources for homeowners facing tax foreclosure in the City of Syracuse.

    Central Permit Office (CPO)- Are you planning to build or renovate your home in the City of Syracuse? The Central Permit Office is your one-stop-shop for permits and important information, rules, and regulations for projects in the city.

    Resources for Businesses

    Minority and Women Business Enterprise Participation Program (MWBE)-  The Department of Neighborhood and Business Development is responsible for administering the MWBE program which is committed to providing increased opportunities for City of Syracuse MWBE certified businesses.

    Additional Resources

    Historic Preservation- There are many historically significant properties in the City of Syracuse. View a listing of historic properties as well as guidelines and regulations for their development here.

    Syracuse Convention and Visitors Bureau 

    The Syracuse Downtown Committee 

    The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 

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