Albany - March 1913
Albany - March 1913
Old Forge Dam
Sixth Lake Dam
Indian Lake Dam
The Hudson River-Black River Regulating District is a New York State public benefit corporation that protects public health and safety by regulating the flow of waters in two great neighboring watersheds in the Adirondack Region: the Upper Hudson River and the Black River.
Established by the New York State Legislature (Article 15 Title 21 of the Environmental Conservation Law), the Regulating District works year-round to reduce flooding caused by excess runoff and augment river flow when river flows are low.
- What is the Regulating District’s mission?
- What does the Hudson River-Black River Regulating District do?
- Why did New York State form the Regulating District?
- How did the Regulating District evolve?
- How does the Regulating District operate the reservoirs?
- How is the Regulating District funded?
- Why is the Regulating District vital for New York State?
For information about the Hudson River Area Apportionment, please go to the Hudson River Area Apportionment Page.
Emergency Reservoir Information Available at NY-Alert (PDF document)
*The Vertical Datum Upgrade and its Effect on Reservoir Elevations*
Upcoming Board Meetings
- March 9, 2021 @ 10am
Sacandaga Field Office
737 Bunker Hill Rd
Mayfield, NY 12117
Governance Committee Agenda
Finance Committee Agenda
Regular Board Meeting Agenda
HUDSON RIVER AREA OFFICE
350 NORTHERN BLVD. SUITE 202
ALBANY, NY 12204
SACANDAGA FIELD OFFICE
737 BUNKER HILL ROAD
MAYFIELD, NY 12117
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