The NYC Department for the Aging Annual Plan Summary (APS) covering April 2020—
March 2021 is divided into two principal sections: 1) Population Overview of Older New
Yorkers; and 2) Program Descriptions and Upcoming Programmatic Initiatives.
Prepared and submitted pursuant to Local Law 7 (LL7), which was originally named and passed as Local Law 63 (LL63) by the New York City Council in 2005 before being replaced in 2012 with LL7, requiring the City of New York to track and report deaths of persons experiencing homelessness.
The City Record newspaper publishes notices which includes but is not limited to: public hearings and meetings, public auctions and sales, solicitations and awards and official rules proposed and adopted by city agencies.
These reports contain information on the number of accidents at construction sites, which are incidents where there has been an injury or fatality, occurring on a construction site (with or without work permit) or caused by construction activity on an adjoining siteThese reports contain information
These reports contain information on the number of accidents at construction sites, which are incidents where there has been an injury or fatality, occurring on a construction site (with or without work permit) or caused by construction activity on an adjoining site
This report outlines the methodology for determining how the New York City Civic Engagement Commission (NYC CEC) will provide interpretation services at poll sites for limited English proficient
voters in the November 2020 election and beyond.
Reports on permanent housing and the transitional housing and services projected to be needed to house homeless families and individuals expected to be housed within the system during the next fiscal year.
Under local law 1, property owners must apply for and receive a Certification of No Harassment (CONH) before applying to the Department of Buildings (DOB) for a permit to change the use or occupancy of a building or to demolish a building.
This report provides a summary of an evaluation conducted on the emergency financial relief program for survivors of domestic and gender-based violence. The program responded to the acute and unique needs of survivors of domestic and gender-based violence in New York City.
IDNYC quarterly report Includes, but not limited to, number cards issued, cards to minors, denials made to requesting agencies for information collected about applicants, efforts to promote acceptance such as banks, outreach, & types of services that accept the ID as proof of identity and residency.
A report on the agency’s efforts during the previous quarter to implement the plan annual plan, , including details of agency’s efforts to implement
equal employment practices, including statistical information regarding total employment.
CCPC collects and retains various documents from the NYPD that contain identifying information. These documents are reviewed and analyzed in order for us to make recommendations and findings regarding the NYPD's anti-corruption systems.