The State Department of Transportation is announcing the start of construction on a new project that will enhance pedestrian and bicycle access and support revitalization in Utica’s Bagg’s Square neighborhood.
Bagg's Square is once again celebrating the people and businesses that have helped shape Utica's most historic neighborhood.
The awards will be given to those that have shaped the neighborhood in the past, are currently advocating to move Bagg’s Square forward and are helping to reach the goal of making Bagg’s Square a desirable, mixed use neighborhood...
Remember those old Christmas movies where the city's downtown section was teeming with Holiday activity and cheer? If that idea makes you nostalgic, then you should take a look at what Downtown Utica has to offer this holiday season.
The City of Utica is looking to receive another Levitt AMP Grant award to bring Utica Monday Nite back to our summer city nights. A group from Bagg's Square has worked hard to apply for the grant, and now you need to vote. Utica is competing with cities all over the nation, and we need to be in the top 25. That's where you come in.