The Public Design Commission’s 2017 annual report provides data on the PDC’s review of submissions as required by Local Law 17 of 2017. The report gives an overview of our collaborative interagency initiatives to streamline design review and improve the City’s public spaces for all New Yorkers.
A report on the outstanding debt for base penalties, default penalties, and default judgments issued for notices of violations returnable to the Environmental Control Board (ECB). As mandated by Intro 489-B (2015) and Local Law 11 of 2015.
Certain City programs are funded by reductions in tax liability and are referred to as “tax expenditures.” This report identifies and describes tax expenditure programs related to taxes administered by the City
and provides tax expenditure estimates based on available data.
In compliance with Local Law 44 of 2013 passed by the New York City Council, ACS produces annual report on child abuse allegations in Detention and Close to Home (Non-Secure Placement and Limited Secure Placement).
In compliance with Local Law 44 of 2013 passed by the New York City Council, the Administration for Children's Services produces and posts on its webpage reports annually on incidents involving the youth detention population.
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.
Report on revenues received by the City from each franchise DOT grants (bus stop shelters, public toilets, trash receptacles, multi rack news racks, info/comp kiosks) and the locations of each structure installed or removed during the preceding calendar year.
This report summarizes key findings from the Office’s work implementing the Freelance Isn’t Free Act in its first year. This law gives freelance workers the legal right to written contracts, timely payment, and freedom from retaliation.
This report provides an analysis of what the City’s Paid Care Division has learned, model standards for paid care jobs, an overview of its accomplishments, and a roadmap for action it plans to take in the years to come as the Paid Care Division concludes its first year.
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.