Find a Landscape Architect in New York State
Find a Landscape Architect in your area based on a number of criteria, such as services they provide, the county they reside in, a member name, or the firm's name.
If you wish to be listed, please complete the Application. It must be completed and sealed by a landscape architect who is (1) currently licensed to practice in New York State and (2) is currently a member of one of the New York ASLA chapters. The original form must uploaded or mailed to the NYSCLA office at 52 S. Pearl Street, Albany, NY 12207. Additionally, a principal or owner of the firm listed must sign the form. These may be the same person or different people. The ASLA membership information is confidential and will not be included on the website. Persons completing or updating this form are required to notify NYSCLA of any change in status with regard to items (1) and (2) above.
Archive NYSCLA Records
NYSCLA is currently working to archive correspondence, minutes of meetings, memoranda, financial reports, publications, constitutions and by-laws, relevant documents, lobby day and legislative bills. These materials should form an historical record of the New York State Council from its inception - pre 1961. The Council has evolved through three distinct stages. Prior to licensing in 1961, the formal creation of the Council following licensing, and the reconstitution of NYSCLA and its maturity with a headquarters and staff in Albany. This project is being spearheaded by our most senior member, Domenico Annese. Nick is an invaluable resource and represents a vast wealth of knowledge relating to the profession and especially its early years.
Tracking of licensing, practice, liability, environmental, and other important legislation affecting our profession. Legislation tracking provides information in a timely manner whereby The Council is able to garner support or opposition for legislation. This service allows The Council to be pro-active rather than reactive to legislative actions.
Coordinate the participation by Landscape Architects in the annual NYS/AIA Lobby Day. Activities include scheduling of meetings, preparation of presentation material, background information, and discussions of our needs as a profession relating to current legislation with key legislators. See activities page for more information.2009 Lobby Day Brochure
State Agency Liaison
Respond to and facilitate discussions with State Agencies on positions they have taken directly affecting the practice of our profession.
Responses to mail and phone inquiries received at our Albany office.
Recent NYSCLA Initiatives
State Agency Issues