These reports, in compliance with Local Law 20 of 2006 passed by the New York City Council in 2006, include data on 12 child welfare indicators, such as staff caseloads, investigations, and reunifications, for the most recent quarter and calendar year.
While commercial waste removal is a necessary part of managing any large city, this report by New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer details how New York City’s current system poses clear safety risks to both residents and workers, while also pumping out toxic emissions into the City’s air.
Update to 2014 housing report, using estimates from the most recent New York City Housing and Vacancy Survey (HVS) for 2017. We find that the disappearance of modestly-priced rental units has continued, leaving the City’s lowest-income households with fewer and fewer opt
This report examines and measures the impact of rising residential property taxes on New York City households over the 2005 -2016 period, providing a detailed analysis of how property tax increases have affected households at different levels of the income distribution.
This report outlines how the MTA can dramatically expand its five borough transit network at an estimated cost of just $50 million per year by aligning fares within the five boroughs across its commuter rail, subway, and bus systems.
In this policy brief, the second in a series on the economic experiences of women of color, the Comptroller’s Office further analyzes U.S. Census Bureau earnings data to examine the scale and impact of the gender wage gap specifically for Latinas in New York City.
The objective of the audit was to determine whether JCDecaux accurately reported its advertising revenue to the City and remitted timely payments, both monetary and in non-monetary “alternative compensation,” due to the City as stipulated in the agreement.
The New York City Comptroller’s Office conducted of the Office of School Health’s (OSH) Management of Contract Nursing Assignments, including recommendations to identify all instances of past overbilling and overpayment and recoup any overpayments.
This report surveys community wealth building strategies that 15 cities and regions in the U.S. and around the world are undertaking to strengthen the economic and financial health of their communities—and how powerful those approaches can be.
This report presents the findings of an implementation and outcome evaluation of the Advocate, Intervene, Mentor (AIM) program, a court-mandated juvenile alternative-to-placement program serving probation clients ages 13 to 18 years with high criminogenic risk.
This Brief describes NYC Opportunity’s method for estimating the immigration status of noncitizens and presents key economic indicators by immigration status. The results are presented followed by policy implications and future research.
The analysis in this brief utilized New York City Police Department data from calendar years 2017 to 2019 for domestic violence offenses: homicide, felony rape, felony assault, sex offenses, strangulation and stalking. For each offense, the NYPD provided sex and race/ethnic for each offense.
Pursuant to the power vested in the Commissioner of Finance the Admin. Code of the City of New York, notice is hereby given of the interest rates to be set for the period January 1, 2019 through March 31, 2019 for underpayments and, where applicable, overpayments of NYC income and excise taxes
Report on auxiliary power Units in FDNY ambulances as Of October 2018 includes an auxiliary power unit to meet the FDNY Green initiative that enables the ambulances to fully operate without the need to run the vehicle’s engine in idle mode.
Covering a 6-month period, this report contains the total number of referrals received by APS, the number of referred individuals who were determined ineligible during the same period, and the reasons individuals were determined ineligible, a general description of the source of the referrals.
This report includes descriptive statistics by field operations location, on: the size and demographics of the client population; levels at which financial assistance and social services are requested and granted; time frames for the provision of services; and data on case closings and re-openings.
A quick and easy road map of city services available to all New Yorkers, including immigration legal help, healthcare, education, childcare, emergency food and shelter, public safety, protections against discrimination, and IDNYC.
As an advisory commission appointed by the Mayor and Council Speaker looks at ways to reform the city’s property tax system, we consider an idea suggested by a number of policy- and opinion-makers: reducing the percentage of a home’s market value that is subject to the property tax.
What if the de Blasio Administration’s proposal to base admissions to the city’s specialized high schools on grades and the state assessment tests had been in place for 8th graders in school year 2017-18? How would it have changed the demographics and achievement levels of students who got offers?
Parent–teacher associations can buy a range of goods and services for their schools. But the associations can also make monetary donations to their school’s budget, as 132 did in school year 2017-2018. How much did the associations contribute and how did it vary by school type, school poverty rate?
Earlier we reported that 132 New York City parent-teacher associations granted nearly $13 million to their school budgets in school year 2017-2018. Now we answer the question: how were the funds spent?
Nearly 3 dozen arts and cultural organizations are located on city-owned property and receive operating subsidies. These organizations, known as the Cultural Institutions Group, vary widely in attendance and budget levels.. How dependent are these institutes on their city subsidies?
IBO calculated how much the city is owed in unpaid balances. IBO examined three primary sources of unpaid balances: parking and camera-generated violations, lienable property charges, and penalties adjudicated by the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings that were incurred in CYs 2017-2022.
Section 23-1202 of the New York City Ad Code requires the Chief Privacy Officer to submit a quarterly report containing an anonymized summary of certain disclosures of identifying information made by City agencies under exigent circumstances or in violation of Local Laws 245 and 247 of 2018.
The Voluntary Local Review (VLR) highlights NYC’s sustainable development achievements since 2015. It uses the common language of the Global Goals to translate NYC’s local actions to a global audience, with a focus on the five priority Goals for the 2018 HLPF.
This inspectors’ training manual includes “traditional” customer service training as well as material that addresses specific issues from the inspection environment and material on the Business Owner’s Bill of Rights. It focuses on two modules from "Great Service, Great City."