About the Development Authority
The Development Authority of the North Country is a leader in providing regional infrastructure and technical services to municipalities that strengthen communities in Jefferson, St. Lawrence and Lewis counties. As a New York State Public Benefit Corporation chartered in 1985 and based in Watertown, NY, the Authority works with partners to meet the region’s infrastructure needs in water, sewer, housing, telecommunications and solid waste management, owning and operating water and wastewater lines, over 2,000 miles of fiber network, and a tri-county solid waste management facility in Rodman, NY. Visit the Authority online at www.danc.org or www.northcountryrecycles.org.
Published on April 15, 2022
The Development Authority of the North Country, in cooperation with its regional county partners and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, will be sponsoring five free household hazardous waste collection days this spring and fall to help residents in Jefferson, Lewis and St.…
Published on August 31, 2021
If you’re going to be cleaning out the garage or basement this weekend, you’ll have several opportunities to properly dispose of household hazardous waste this fall. The Development Authority of the North Country, in cooperation with its regional county partners and the New York State Department of…
Published on August 20, 2021
In June, the longest-serving member of the Development Authority of the North Country’s Board of Directors, John B. Johnson, Jr., elected to step down at the conclusion of his current appointment by the City of Watertown. Mr. Johnson, chairman of the Northern New York Newspaper Corporation, was fi…
Published on June 11, 2021
June 10, 2021 The Development Authority of the North Country hosted the South Jefferson Rescue Squad and other local emergency response volunteers at its regional landfill in Rodman on June 10 for an emergency drill. The drill provided the opportunity for the both the emergency responders and D…
Published on November 02, 2017
PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE #3
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 2, 2017
YOUR INPUT MATTERS!
You are invited to the final public open house regarding compatibility planning around Fort Drum.