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Albany County is home to more than 300,000 residents that represent a variety of career sectors including government, education, healthcare, technology, arts, finance, law, and so much more. Each year Albany welcomes individuals and families who have selected the Capital Region as their new home, either for a new job or to experience the high quality of life that can be experienced here at the crossroads of the northeast.
Whether you are new to the area or have been a life-long resident, it is important to find the right people to help take care of your needs in an efficient and professional manner. Below is a comprehensive listing of those professionals that make Albany not only a great place to visit, but also a great place to live.
Being a resident of Albany comes with many advantages and we invite you to be active residents in your community so that this may continue. Support our local businesses, join a cause, get involved in your community, and remember to have fun and share your love of Albany with friends and family from around the globe. By doing so, you'll ensure that Albany remains prosperous for another 400 years!
Located in the heart of Albany, The College of Saint Rose offers 70 undergraduate and 54 graduate programs, 12 advanced certificates and 12 accelerated/dual degree programs to its 3,000 undergraduate
Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (ACPHS) is committed to graduating the best health care minds in the world, with an array of degree programs designed to help students succeed in
The Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce is an organization that works to improve business for its membership. It is a unique, centralized advocacy group comprised of more than 2,700
The Albany County Convention & Visitors Bureau (ACCVB) was incorporated in 1976 to promote the New York State Capital as a destination for visitors and convention delegates. ACCVB has been assisting
Allegra Print & Imaging has evolved from a traditional printer to an advanced printer with expanded capabilities. Our industry is being redefined by evolving customer needs and demands, including
The Chamber is a voluntary organization dedicated to meeting the needs of its members. The Chamber promotes good business practices, a favorable business environment and community prosperity.
Camelot Copy Center opened its doors in 1997 as a small copy shop specializing in legal copy. Today we are the leading reprographer in the Capital District and offer more services under one roof than
The Albany Times Union traces its beginnings to 1857, when the Morning Times was founded as a daily newspaper in Albany, N.Y. Following numerous name changes, mergers and transfers of ownership,
For more than two decades, CEG has been at the forefront of economic development initiatives and public policy discussions affecting the 1.1 million residents of New York’s Capital Region and Tech