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.
This report is submitted pursuant to section 17-711 of the New York City Administrative Code, which requires an annual report to the City Council and the Mayor of New York regarding the administration and enforcement of the Tobacco Product and Regulation Act.
This report fulfills the reporting requirement of Local Law 103 of 2015 which requires that DOHMH conduct community air quality surveys and publish the results annually.
Syringe Service Programs (SSPs) provide a multitude of services to people who use drugs, including new, sterile drug use supplies; safer sex supplies; health education and promotion, including counseling about hepatitis treatment; naloxone; buprenorphine.
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."
Pursuant to Local Law 1 of 2004, the New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene reports annually to the New York City Council on the City's progress toward reducing elevated blood lead levels among children and increasing blood lead testing in New York City.
Press releases are designed to inform the public of an upcoming/ongoing emergency or special event. Some emergencies include coastal storms, nor'easters, and extreme heat. Releases also highlight special events including Ready New York presentations and other community preparedness initiatives.
This report was prepared by the Division of Environmental Health, Bureau of Environmental Surveillance and Policy of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Pursuant to Local Law 54 of 2007 this report summarizes pesticide use by City agencies annually.
HRA’s HASA implemented an opioid overdose training plan. DHS strengthened its naloxone training practice by requiring staff from all shelters to participate in comprehensive naloxone trainings to ensure shelters across the city are equipped to administer the life-saving drug at all times.
This report provides updates to opioid training programs to certain individuals in administering opioid antagonists at the HRA’s HIV AIDS Services Administration (HASA) and the Department of Homeless Services.
This annual report summarizes the 2018 Beach Surveillance and Monitoring Program for permitted beaches, including the dates and results of all inspections of these beaches, and the dates and reasons for any warning or closure.
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.
While lead paint is the primary source of exposure to lead in New York City, tap water can also be a source of lead—and many privately owned small residential buildings in the city have plumbing that contains a much higher level of lead than is allowed in new construction today.