All instructions and forms are available on the Planning Board homepage. Applications to the City of Newburgh Planning Board are submitted and reviewed according to the following process:
The applicant must make an application to be placed on the Work Session agenda by submitting to the secretary the following:
Appropriate copies of plans (see instructions in the LDA01 form)
Completed SEQRA Environmental Assessment Form
Copies of Applications
The Planning Board Workshop deadline is the third Friday of the month. Application packages not received by 12:00 p.m. on an above-mentioned day will not be placed on the agenda. The Planning Board Meeting deadline is the first Friday of the month. Application packages not received by 12:00 p.m. on an above-mentioned day will not be placed on the agenda. No exceptions.
The Planning Board reviews the application and will require the following:
If it is not complete, requires revision, or the location, size, or type of project requires additional reviews by County or State agencies, the Engineer returns the application with appropriate instructions.
If the application is complete and sufficient, the Engineer recommends that it be addressed by the Planning Board at a Work Session, which meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 9:00 a.m. in the Code Compliance Department, 123 Grand Street, Newburgh, NY 12550.
If the application is approved for inclusion on the Planning Board Workshop, the applicant must resubmit to the secretary all documents required in the LDA01 application instructions)
The deadline is the first Friday of the month.
The application is placed on the agenda for the next Planning Board Meeting, which meets on the third Tuesday of the month at Activity Center, 401 Washington Street, at 7:30 pm.
The applicant should be aware that depending on the location, type, and size of the project, additional reviews by State and County agencies as well as an extensive SEQRA Review may be required.
Also be advised, if the property is located in the Local Waterfront Protection Area, a Coastal Assessment Form must be submitted with your application.
All documents submitted to the Planning Board are public records. Documents are available 24 hours prior to the meeting via a dropbox link on the Planning Board webpage. Other documents may be requested under the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL).