START-UP NY

START-UP NY

START-UP NY (SUNY Tax-free Areas to Revitalize and Transform Upstate NY) is an initiative by the Governor to transform SUNY campuses and other university communities across the state into tax-free communities for new and expanding businesses. SUNY has adopted a policy and procedure to help campuses comply with Start-Up New York.

Applicable Laws and Regulations

Laws

Law, New York Economic Development Law Article 21 (Start-Up NY Program)

Regulations

PART 220: SUNY TAX‐FREE AREAS TO REVITALIZE AND TRANSFORM UPSTATE NEW YORK (START‐UP NY) PROGRAM.

SUNY Policies and Procedures

Policy

SUNY START-UP NY Program Participation Policy, Document Number 6800

Procedure

SUNY Procedures for START-UP NY Program Participation, Document Number 6801

SUNY Resources

Forms

Refer to the FORMS section of both the SUNY START-UP NY Program Participation Policy and SUNY Procedures for START-UP NY Program Participation for the most up-to-date versions of the Start-Up New York forms.

References to Best Practices and Other Supplemental Material

START-UP NY Program Participation Policy

Start-Up NY Website

At least thirty days before submitting the Campus Plan to the Commissioner of Economic Development the campus must provide a copy of the Plan to the chief executive officer of the municipality or municipalities in which the proposed Tax-free NY Area is located, local economic development entities, the applicable university or college faculty senate, union representatives and the campus student government. The campus shall include in their submission to the Commissioner of Economic Development certification of such notification, as well as a copy of any written response from chief executive officer of the municipality or municipalities in which the proposed Tax-free NY Area is located, local economic development entities, the applicable campus or college faculty senate, union representatives and the campus student government.

∧ Back to Top  


The information contained on the SUNY Compliance website is for general campus guidance only and is not intended, nor can be relied upon, as legal advice or the imposition on SUNY campuses of specific policies or requirements. The site is intended to be an informational-only clearinghouse for some of the laws, rules, and regulations that may impact the State University of New York’s campuses. Additionally, given the rapid, changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, there may be delays or omissions contained on this site which therefore cannot be relied upon as complete. For complete compliance information, consult your campus compliance officials. For legal advice, consult your lawyer.

Compliance