Governor Cuomo joined thousands of New Yorkers posting notes expressing hope and resilience in Union Square subway station by sharing a message of his own.
Marking National Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Governor Cuomo reveals Roswell Park Cancer Institute is launching a groundbreaking clinical trial of a Cuban-developed lung cancer treatment.
"This election was for the soul of America, and that is why today so many of us feel as we do today; we are soul sick." - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
Andrew M. Cuomo
Andrew M. Cuomo, re-elected the 56th Governor of New York State on November 4, 2014, has a lifelong commitment to public service and the proven leadership skills to make government work for the people of the state.
#CombatAddiction emphasizes the far-reaching effects of addiction and connects you with information and support services through social media, bilingual PSAs and a print ad.
Wild turkey, waterfowl and pheasant hunting seasons open October 1. There are also special youth-only hunting seasons opening prior to the start of the regular season. Get your license today.
End of Session Report 2016JUNE 22, 2016 | 12:00:00 EDT
New York State is built to lead, and we're proving it. Governor Cuomo’s unprecedented $100 billion infrastructure and development initiative sets the stage for success into the next century - spurring our economy and creating thousands of jobs.Learn More
7 million New Yorkers voted on Election Day, the Peace Bridge Project in Buffalo is complete, and a major investment in the unmanned aircrafts industry will spur the industry in Central New York.
STATE OF THE STATE
Step one to promoting growth is to cut taxes and control spending. By the end of 2016 New York’s 2% property tax cap will have saved residents $114B.
Infrastructure & Development Plan
We’re modernizing our airports, re-imagining our public transportation systems, and investing more in roads, bridges and tunnels than ever before – all to keep New York’s economy growing and creating 250,000 jobs.
We're investing more in education than ever before with the biggest investment in state history. The 6.5% increase over last year will support over 700 school districts and 2.8 million students.