The City Charter requires that the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) publish documentation of forecasting methodologies used for projecting tax revenues for those taxes which account for five percent or more of total City tax revenues.
This report presents statistical information for tax year 2014 for the three New York City business income taxes: the Banking Corporation Tax (BCT), the General Corporation Tax (GCT), and the Unincorporated Business Tax (UBT)
The Hotel Room Occupancy Tax (HTX) must be paid on the occupancy, or the right of occupancy, of a room or rooms in a hotel. A “hotel” is a building or part of it that is regularly used for the lodging of guests, and includes an apartment hotel, a motel, boardinghouse, bed-and-breakfast, bungalow
In compliance with Local Law 84 of
2009. Since 2009, DCAS has coordinated with City agencies to benchmark nearly 3,000
buildings including libraries, police stations, firehouses, schools, colleges, courthouses,
hospitals, community centers and government offices.
In compliance with Local Law 118 of 2005, the City conducts a survey once every four years of construction vendors purchasing EPP products. Agencies request purchasing data from vendors with relevant open construction contracts not subject to the more comprehensive Local Law 86 of 2005.
The Bureau of Contract Administration (“BCA”) within the Comptroller’s Office produces this annual report on registered contract actions for FY2014 as required by § 6.116.2(f) of the New York City Administrative Code
Curbside and Containerized collection routes serve individual districts; trucks on these routes pass over scales each day which transmit tonnage data into DSNY's centralized computer system. For this reason, monthly statistics, by Community Districts, can be tracked and reported.
Since changes in market value are
phased in, previous years’ increases in market value are still being reflected in the current
year’s assessed values. As a result, overall taxable billable assessed value (BAV)
increased 5.8 percent.
Through our NYC Votes campaign, the CFB is seeking to restore the connection, person-to-person, and via technology. CFB’s Voter Assistance staff and their volunteer partners have worked tirelessly during the last 12 months to register and engage new voters.
NYC Votes is the voter engagement campaign of the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB). Under the NYC Votes banner, the CFB conducts voter registration drives and events, educates voters about their choices, and works to engage New Yorkers in civic life.
The Mayor’s housing plan, “Housing New York: A Five-Borough, Ten-Year Plan,” has called
attention to the affordability crisis many New Yorkers face, particularly senior citizens and people