Vision 2020 builds on the 1992 plan and the advances made on the waterfront over the past 18 years, and goes even further to keep building and advancing plans to improve the watefront. The new plan reasserts the City's commitment to the priorities established in the earlier plan, such as expanding public access, supporting the working waterfront, and restoring the ecology of the shores.
This report is compiled in accordance with the requirements of Section 23-1202 of the New York City Administrative Code, which requires the Chief Privacy Officer to submit a quarterly report containing an anonymized compilation or summary of such disclosures to the Speaker of the City Council.
This report is the first analysis of New York City benchmarking data collected as part of Local Law 84 of 2009 (LL84), which requires all privately-owned properties with individual buildings over 50,000 square feet (sq ft) or with multiple buildings with a combined square footage over 100,000 sq ft to annually measure and report their energy and water use.
The aim of this report is to provide an overview of the City's food policy work and provide current metrics on our programs. The aim of these programs is to promote access to healthy, nutritious food for all New Yorkers. Included in this report are details on the initiatives taken to promote healthy eating, and data on the progress made to further the program's goals.
The Climate Resiliency Guidelines provide step-by-step instructions to go beyond building code and standards, which are informed with historic climate data by also looking to specific, forward-looking climate data for use in the design of City facilities.