TheNew York City Community Air Survey (NYCCAS) is the largest ongoing urban air monitoring program of any U.S. city. NYCCAS is a collaboration between the Health Department and Queens College of the City University of New York and tracks changes in air quality over time.
This report is submitted in compliance with Local Law 1 of 2004, which requires the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) to annually report to the New York City Council on the City’s progress toward reducing childhood lead poisoning and increasing blood lead testing.
Pursuant to the Units of Appropriation 102 and 112 of the fiscal year 2018 budget agreement, enclosed is a report of cycle times for services at the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s clinics. The report provides information on the average cycle times for service sought, disaggregated by service type, for each DOHMH clinic in calendar year 2017.
This report, submitted pursuant to §3 of Local Law 77 (LL77), details the status of the Office of Building Water System Oversight’s (BWSO) cooling tower program and the number of cases of Legionnaire’s disease in the city.
Pursuant to Local Law 16 of 2013, this report summarizes the New York City Department of Mental Hygiene's Mobile Food Vending licensing and permitting activities, covering the period from June 1, 2017 to May 31, 2018.
Pursuant to Local Law 114 of 2017 this report describes medical health services for individuals in shelters. This report should be viewed against the backdrop of the many services HRA and DHS provide to address social and structural determinants of health and homelessness. Report revised 9/2019.
Pursuant to Local Law 115 of 2017 this report describes mental health services for individuals in shelters. This report should be viewed against the backdrop of the many services HRA and DHS provide to address social and structural determinants of health and homelessness.
Building on the foundation laid through Housing New York, in November 2017 the Administration committed to completing the initial goal of 200,000 affordable homes two years ahead of schedule, by 2022, and generating an additional 100,000 homes over the following four years.