NYC Local Law 6 of 2016 required the City to develop and make publicly available, a pre-feasibility screening tool to determine the viability of installing a geothermal system for a particular building.
DEP's goal is to provide educational materials and to train employees on stormwater. Educational materials are available to employees and the public through DEP's website and through public outreach events.
We’ve updated and reformulated our compendium of ways the city can raise money or cut spending. Budget Options for New York City is now designed as a web-based publication. This enables us to update budget options or add new ones as circumstances change or new information becomes available.
This report details the number of noise inspections, with a focus on the number of noise complaints received by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) related to after-hours noise complaints and response time to those complaints as well as the number of summonses issued.
This report details the number of idling violations issued by the Department of Environmental Protection as well as the number of citizen complaint filings and the civil penalties imposed for each enforcement action.
Section 23-1102 Language access implementation plans requires every covered agency shall provide
language access services for all designated citywide languages. Such language access services
shall implement a plan to describe how language access services will be provided to individuals in custody.
The 2019 Year in Review: Partnering For Good is the annual report for the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City. This report showcases some, but not all, partnerships and provides financial information about dollars and in-kind support that Mayor's Fund received in support of public programs.
Local Law 40 (LL40) requires all contractors managing the City’s solid waste disposal program or recycling program for the Department of Sanitation to use ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel (ULSD). It also requires these vehicles to be equipped with emissions reduction technology to reduce the pollutants
§24-163.7 of NYC Administrative Code required that by September 1, 2006, certain General Education (GE) diesel fuel-powered school buses be powered by a specific diesel fuel, ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel (ULSD).
This report details New York City’s purchase of fuel-efficient light and medium duty cars (typically, cars and vans respectively). The aim of Local Law 38 (LL38) is to achieve a 25% reduction in fuel consumption by Fiscal Year 2018 as compared to baseline fuel efficiency data from Fiscal Year 2005.
Local Law 39 (LL39) requires all City owned and operated diesel powered vehicles greater than 8,500 lbs., such as garbage collection trucks and DEP’s truck fleet, to use ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) to reduce pollutants.
Local Law 41 (LL41) requires all City-licensed sightseeing diesel buses to use Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) to reduce pollutants. In addition, to lower the emission of harmful pollutants into the environment, these vehicles must install emission reduction devices (BART).