Report describing the current population of runaway and homeless youth, its service needs, a description of members of the population who exited temporary shelters, average length of stay, and a description of public resources available, for the fiscal year that just completed on June 30.
Local Law 26/2011 requires agencies responsible for preparing for and responding to snow emergencies provide an annual snow preparedness and response report for each snow event of six inches or greater. From November 15, 2019 through November 14, 2020 there were zero (0) reportable snow events.
Local Law 24/2011 report on the plans and protocols in place to guide NYC's response to weather emergencies, including plans for winter weather, coastal storms, extreme heat, flash floods and events causing power outages, damage to structures and/or significant amounts of debris for the past year.
New York City’s current property tax system is notoriously opaque, unfair, and regressive. For the past four decades, rather than dealing with its structural flaws, New York State has layered on a patchwork of exemptions and abatements to lower tax rates for various owners.
Pursuant to LL 168 of 2017, the Department is required to report on information related to adolescents and young adults located in a Department of Education facility controlled by the Department of Correction that offers educational programming to incarcerated individuals.
The agency's 2020 Agency Report detailing the identifying information that agency collects and the processes and procedures that the agency uses to protect identifying information from being improperly disseminated,
This research brief examines the financial vulnerability of New Yorkers prior to the COVID-19 crisis to understand who is least able to cope with its economic effects. The research brief looks at three key indicators of financial health—banking access, emergency savings, and credit access.