Every two years, DCWP estimates the unbanked in NYC. The research brief illustrates the updated number of unbanked households in NYC (an estimated 301,700 NYC households), details demographic information about the unbanked population, and highlights systemic barriers to banking access.
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.
As part of our recently released Education Indicators, IBO examined what impact living in a low-income neighborhood may have on student achievement, as well as how attending a school with a higher concentration of students from low-income neighborhoods affects individual achievement.
This report examines who in New York City holds debt, for whom this debt was taken out for, how much they owe, how they are managing their debt, and how their debt affects major life choices, confidence about repayment, and evaluation of their educational decisions.
Entries for the 33rd annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest are now being accepted. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Department of Design and Construction are undertaking a $31 million infrastructure project to upgrade water mains in Washington Heights.
Updates on the $400 million program to upgrade water supply infrastructure at Schoharie Reservoir. Projects include the rehabilitation of the Gilboa Dam and Shandaken Tunnel and a new release works for the reservoir. DEP will undertake a $15 million rehabilitation project for Jerome Park Reservoir.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) launches the "Trash it. Don't Flush it" public awareness campaign about proper disposal of grease, wipes, and other trash. Focus on the Field features five DEP employees that best represent Service at the agency.
New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Vincent Sapienza reviews several of the agency's accomplishments from the past year. Spotlight on DEP employees who represent the agency's core values.
The second half of 2018 set records for watershed runoff due to persistent rainfall and an early snowstorm. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection's ability to fulfill its mission depends on its success in recruiting, developing, and retaining a diverse workforce.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)'s Bureau of Water & Sewer Operations has developed a series of programs to improve service and prevent sewer backups and water main breaks. The impact of the Super Bowl on New York City water supply.
Representatives of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) attended the 91st Annual Meeting of the New York Water Environment Association (NYWEA). 2018 highlights from the watershed.
Engineers Week edition. Deputy Commissioner of Water Supply Paul Rush reflects on the engineering history of New York City's water supply system. Q&A with Commissioner Vincent Sapienza. Focus on the Field features Natalia Perez, a project manager for the Bureau of Engineering Design and Construction
Value Ambassador Program focus on the Bureau of Legal Affairs. Journalists from the Resilience Journalism Fellowship at the CUNY School of Journalism toured the Paerdegat Basin Natural Area in Bergen Beach, Brooklyn.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has released its 2018 Drinking Water Supply and Quality Report. The ribbon has been cut on the reconstructed Little Claremont Playground in the South Bronx. Celebrations highlight cultural events.