The Neighborhood of

North Syracuse

North Syracuse is the first village north of the City of Syracuse, situated on the road to Watertown and the North Country.

Why people love

North Syracuse

Before the village was established, what’s now known as Main Street was part of the Thousand Island Trail running from Pennsylvania to the St. Lawrence River. This portion of the trail became the United States’ first plank road, fittingly used for transporting salt. By the 19th century, settlers had built numerous taverns, waystations, churches, schools and industry. The village was originally dubbed Centerville; North Syracuse received its present name in 1880. In 1913, North Syracuse was the first village in New York to establish a fire district. Finally incorporated in 1925, the Village of North Syracuse has only grown since. Today, the Village of North Syracuse has lots of great modern conveniences, facilities, and services to service its nearly 7,000 residents. The Village boasts five beautiful parks: Heritage, Lonergan, Centerville, Sleeth, and Kennedy.

Residents enjoy numerous outdoor activities at their parks, including a seasonal Easter egg hunt, disc golf, running, hiking, tennis, and summer concerts. There are many local favorite restaurants, shops, and other attractions that keep North Syracuse residents well fed and entertained year round.

Average Home Price

$ 164,900
School District

North Syracuse Central School District

Median Home Size

1,329.84 Sq Ft

*Via as of July 2022.
Time to Wegmans

7 mins / 2.5 mi.

Time to Downtown

15 mins / 8.2 mi.

Walk Score


*Score based from
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North Syracuse