In compliance with Local Law 41 passed by the New York City Council in 2018, ACS and DYCD submit a yearly report to the Council regarding youth who are in contact with DYCD’s Runaway and Homeless Youth services or ACS, and who self-report, are referred as or later identified to be sexually exploited
DYCD in partnership with DHS launched a direct referral process to allow youth from DYCD-funded residential programs to more easily transition to the adult shelter system. Such practice was codified in Local Law 81 of 2018.
Report of the Interagency Coordinating Council on Youth to the city council and the mayor summarizing its activity during the previous fiscal year and detailing recommendations for improving service delivery and coordination.
Report provides the number of runaway and homeless youth who contacted or presented themselves to a runaway and homeless youth services program to request shelter and were not able to access shelter services during the six month period ending on June 30.
The first part of this report consists of a description of the demographics and services from the residential programs. The second part is the DYCD plan to provide shelter services to all runaway and homeless youth who request shelter.
This information booklet, also known as the Blue Book, has been prepared by the Water Board to acquaint the public with its rate and billing policy and regulatory proposals for the fiscal year as well as the financial condition of the water and wastewater system and its budget for the upcoming year.
Summary of NYC Veteran Advisory Board key activities for 2018 and policy recommendations for the Mayor and New York City Council impacting veterans in NYC. Includes copies of the minutes of advisory board meetings held during 2018.
The report contains the results of the pilot, including its impact on the driving and car-ownership habits of drivers, and the participating carsharing companies would have to cooperate with DOT by sharing any data requested.
A report on the possible installation of bike share near parks. The report includes the examination of regulatory and contractual barriers to such installation and the potential usage of bike share near parks.
Pursuant to Local Law 21 of 2012, NYC DOT was installing APS units at each corner of 25 intersections each year. Effective January 1, 2016, Local Law 60 of 2014 required NYC DOT to install APS units at 75 intersections each year. This report describes the APS installation program.