The Department Of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) of New York The document contains a summary description of activities and initiatives related to the Workforce, Workplace and Community goals that were listed in the agency’s FY2021 Diversity & EEO Plan.
Local Law No. 40 of 2018, includes information regarding the urban renewal law, an explanatory urban renewal research guide, links to resources for conducting such research, and links featuring urban renewal plans/areas.
NYC BY THE NUMBERS: Last November voters approved a change to the City Charter that increased staffing at the Civilian Complaint Review Board. Is staffing expected to reach the approved level under the Mayor’s Executive Budget?
Office of the Inspector General for the New York City Police Department issued a report examining how NYPD’s body-worn camera (“BWC”) footage
is used by the five agencies in New York City that oversee and monitor police accountability.
Framing East 25th Street between Clarendon Road and Avenue D in Brooklyn’s Flatbush neighborhood, the East 25th Street Historic District is a remarkably cohesive and intact group of row houses built by a single developer, the Henry Meyer Building Company, in the Renaissance Revival style.
Designed in 1932 by Walter C. Martin, Superintendent of School Buildings for the New
York City Board of Education, Public School 48 was the first school constructed using
Martin’s “P” plan and is a fine example and early use of the Art Deco style applied to a
community elementary school.
The Climate Resiliency Guidelines provide step-by-step instructions to go beyond building code and standards, which are informed with historic climate data by also looking to specific, forward-looking climate data for use in the design of City facilities.
The Public Design Commission meets once a month. The meeting agendas are posted online three business days in advance of each meeting and published in the City Record. Agendas are also distributed to all City Council members, Community Boards, and City agency liaisons.
This guide includes mental health information and resources available
to support New Yorkers in the LGBTQI+ community, their families, and
allies. The organizations and programs included in this guide provide
culturally responsive and affirming care.
This guide includes mental health resources and
information that can help people with justice
involvement, people with loved ones who are
or were recently incarcerated, and caregivers of
children with incarcerated parents find mental
health support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This evaluation of NYC Well, which began in 2018, aimed to assess the experience of individuals engaging with NYC Well, as well as the associated impact of engagement with NYC Well on users’ access to mental health services and outcomes.