This report describes the results of the 2017 NYC Youth Count which is part of the City's unsheltered Point-in-Time count. The report summarizes the number of youth who completed the survey, as well as information about their demographics and housing situations.
Published as per Local Law 19, 2018, this report focuses on the work of NYC's Accountability Review Panel. The Panel reviews fatalities of children whose families were the subject of a child protective investigation or otherwise received services from ACS within the last ten years or at the time of
In compliance with Local Law 141 passed by the New York City Council in 2016 (amending LL48 of 2014), ACS produces an annual report on government issued personal identification for youth in foster care to the Council.
Report on the first annual Foster Care Youth Experience Survey in accordance with Local Law 146 of 2016, which requires the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) to provide to all youth in foster care, ages 13 and older, an annual survey regarding their experiences in foster care.
The CCRB Semi-Annual Report contains data on complaint activity, CCRB investigations, the NYPD disciplinary process, CCRB mediations, requests for case reconsideration, video and body-worn cameras, CCRB outreach, and new CCRB initiatives for the preceding January-June.
The CCRB Annual Report contains data on complaint activity, CCRB investigations, the NYPD disciplinary process, CCRB mediations, requests for case reconsideration, video and body-worn cameras, CCRB outreach, and new CCRB initiatives for the preceding year.
On August 31, 2016, Mayor de Blasio signed Local Law 102 of 2016 requiring a designated agency to review requests and to develop a list of at minimum three neighborhoods where inter agenc collaboration, or a “neighborhood support team,” would address quality of life issues.
Pursuant Local Law 168 This report provides information related to adolescents and young adults located in a Department of Education facility that offers educational programming to incarcerated individuals. This is a required
report pursuant to New York City Administrative Code §9-151.
MMR indicates that may be eligible for publication on the Open Data Portal. DDC will identify and release everything considered public data, the total number of projects for which design was completed, during the reporting period and each reporting category.
Each year the Mayor's Office for Economic Opportunity publishes its annual Poverty Measure report. Unlike the U.S. measure, the NYCgov measure takes into account benefit programs and higher housing costs to get a better portrait of poverty in New York City.
Local Law 26/2011 requires agencies responsible for preparing for and responding to snow emergencies provide an annual snow preparedness and response report for each snow event of six inches or greater. This report is for the snow events which occurred in January, February and March of 2017.
Local Law 24/2011 outlines the plans and protocols in place to guide New York City's response to weather emergencies, including plans for winter weather, coastal storms, extreme heat, flash floods, and events causing power outages, damage to structures, and/or significant amounts of debris for 2017.
The Annual Report of the New York City Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee, 2019, which was established through Local Law 61 of 2005. The FRC reviewed aggregate data obtained from the NYPD regarding family-related homicides that occurred between 2010 and 2018.
The report provides an update on the implementation of the 32 initiatives announced by the NYC Domestic Violence Task Force in May 2017. The goal of the initiatives was to reduce violence, enhance the safety and well-being of domestic violence survivors, and hold abusive partners accountable.
The Annual Report of the New York City Domestic Violence Fatality Review Committee, 2020, which was established through Local Law 61 of 2005. The FRC reviewed aggregate data obtained from the NYPD regarding family-related homicides that occurred between 2010 and 2019.
The State of the Sewers report provides an overview of how the City’s sewer system works, DEP’s approach to inspection, cleaning, and repair of the system, a breakdown of the most recurrent causes of sewer blockages, a look at the new employee training facility and safety program...
DEP's goal is to provide educational materials and to train employees on stormwater. Educational materials are available to employees and the public through DEP's website and through public outreach events.
DEP's strategy to reduce phosphorous discharges to East of Hudson water bodies within the Croton watershed is to continue emphasis on responsible maintenance protocol at our facilities and lands, as well as respond to, provide and oversee cleanup activities, and investigate any illicit discharges
The Real Property Transfer Tax (RPTT) is imposed on the consideration for conveyances or transfers where the consideration exceeds $25,000. This report includes NYC transactions with the date of sale between January 1 and December 31, 2017.
Report on the Hotel Room Occupancy Tax that must be paid on the occupancy, or the right of occupancy, of a room/s in a hotel. The occupant of any room or rooms in a hotel must pay the tax. The hotel room occupancy tax year starts on March 1 and ends on the last day of February of the following year.
The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) submitted the revised 2010 - 2017 benchmarking results for City government buildings to the Department of Finance (DOF) for publication on September 1, 2018 in compliance with Local Law 84 of 2009.
This report presents statistical information for Tax Year 2017 for three New York City business income taxes: The Business Corporation Tax (COR), the General Corporation Tax (GCT), and the Unincorporated Business Tax (UBT).
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.