Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) promotes the quality and affordability of the city's housing and the strength of its many neighborhoods. HPD is responsible for carrying out the Mayors plan to build or preserve 300,000 affordability.
Executive Budget for the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) for a proposed budget for Fiscal 2021 of $89.3 billion. Topics covered include changes to the Expense and Capital Budget, as well as the programmatic impacts of COVID-19.
Local Law 1 of 2004, as amended (Local Law 1), outlines the responsibilities of multiple dwelling property owners and New York City agencies in the prevention of and response to lead-based paint hazards in multiple dwelling housing.
Pursuant to Local Law 30 of 2018, HPD provides an annual report on vacant tax lots and
vacant buildings in our jurisdiction. The de Blasio administration has closed on nearly 50,656 new construction
units and more than 114,934 preservation units towards its goal of financing 300,000
unit by 2026.
Local law 55 requires that landlords take steps to keep their tenants’ homes free of pests and mold. This includes safely fixing the conditions that cause these problems. Tenants also play a role in preventing indoor allergens.
Local Law 55 of 2018 requires that owners of buildings with three or more apartments keep their tenants’ apartments free of mold and pests. This includes safely fixing the conditions that cause these problems.
Building on the foundation laid through Housing New York, in November 2017 the Administration committed to completing the initial goal of 200,000 affordable homes two years ahead of schedule, by 2022, and generating an additional 100,000 homes over the following four years.
HRA's Office of Civil Justice hearing transcript for November 23, 2020 on access to legal services for covered individuals in covered proceedings in housing court. Annual NYC Council hearing held to receive recommendations and feedback.
The Office of Constituent Services (OCS) connects New Yorkers in need with vital services for DSS-HRA-DHS programs. Services and information provided by OCS reduces the number of visits made by clients to centers and offices – improving customer service and reducing agency staff workload.