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North Syracuse, in the Town of Salina, is located on Routes 11 and 81. Both of these traffic arteries run north and south through the state of New York. North Syracuse has many housing developments, shopping centers, restaurants, banks, literally every convenience you can think of. Of course, there is a village of North Syracuse and it can be found at the intersection of Route 11 and Chestnut Street. North Syracuse has quick and easy access to Liverpool, Cicero, Syracuse and all points north including Oneida Lake, Central Square, and Pulaski.
Living in North Syracuse offers an incredible number of options as it is so very close to an abundance of conveniences. While the village is full of village homes, small shops, professional services, and entertainment, you can also count on being on the beach at Oneida Shores, the theaters at one of several nearby malls, or the local library in minutes.
North Syracuse, New York
The village of North Syracuse is a part of the Town Salina. Long ago when the Indians inhabited our country, what we now know as Main Street was an Indian footpath – the “Thousand Island Trail” that went from Pennsylvania to the St. Lawrence River.
The first Plank Road was laid down in North Syracuse in 1846 which was 16 and half miles long. Collection, maintenance and construction of tolls were secured by the State Legislator Thomas Alvord who later became the Lieutenant Governor. With four toll gates, the fees were twenty five cents for a horse and wagon, five cents for a single horse and one cent per head of cattle.
Today, North Syracuse is a bustling community between Syracuse and Cicero. You will have dozens upon dozens of restaurants as well as every shopping convenience you can imagine. Syracuse International Airport is within one minutes drive and easy access to virtually any part of Onondaga County.
The total area of the village is just about two square miles and the US Route 11 passes through the village with I-81 passing along east side of the village.