DFTA has crafted “Plan 2025”, which lays out a blueprint for adding new services, and making
enhancements to or transforming existing services, to respond to the needs of the burgeoning
population of older people.
This report summarizes the findings of a survey of 3,105 Muslim, Arab, South Asian, Jewish, and Sikh New Yorkers about their experiences of bias harassment, discrimination, and acts of hate between July 2016 and late 2017, a timeframe that encapsulates the climate pre- and post-election.
This report, the first produced under a 2017 City Council law that turns to IBO to issue periodic reports on New York City economic development tax expenditures, looks at the efficiency and effectiveness of two programs: Commercial Revitalization & Commercial Expansion.
IBO reviewed 131 NYC Housing Connect listings for 3,605 new affordable apartments over a recent six-month period, surveying the distribution of rents by income group and by apartment size, as well as rent-to-income ratios.
Reports on the development, progress and achievements of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection's source water protection programs established to maintain the Filtration Avoidance Determination (FAD) for the Catskill/Delaware portion of the New York City water supply.
Participation in the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)'s recreational boating program remained steady in 2018. Crews have been deployed to aid NYC Parks in clearing downed and damaged trees after last week's snowstorm.
Construction has completed on the first phase of high-level sewers along 3rd Avenue in the Gowanus neighborhood. The Value Ambassador program highlights three employees whose work best represents the values of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
Mining of the Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel has reached the halfway point, and the project is on schedule and on budget.The Municipal Engineers of the City of New York honored Tasos Georgelis and Natalia Perez with awards.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is pursuing an energy policy of a "circular economy of organics," aiming to minimize organic waste sent to landfills and maximize the recovery and beneficial use of all resource streams.
Work has begun on a $300 million project to install new clean-burning co-generation engines at the North River Wastewater Resource Recovery Facility in west Harlem. Ground was broken on a $31 million project to bring street and infrastructure improvements to Far Rockaway, Queens.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has recently completed a $42 million project to build four subsurface litter capture devices designed to improve the health and aesthetics of Newtown Creek.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has released its 2017 Drinking Water Supply and Quality report. Several noteworthy achievements have been made this year, including the securing of a new, 10-year Filtration Avoidance Determination (FAD)
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has presented its Fiscal Year 2019 Preliminary Budget, outlining the department's priorities including capital funding for water supply contracts, the Delaware Aqueduct repair, and wastewater improvements.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has released its annual Watershed Recreation Newsletter, which serves as a source of information for local residents and visitors who enjoy outdoor activities on water supply lands and reservoirs.