As per Local Law 123/2019, New York City Administrative Code, Title 31, Section 110, these materials are published by the New York City Department of Veterans' Services to assist student veterans with resources and guidance with respect to pursuing higher education in New York City.
This guide provides basic information to consider before you enter into a commercial lease in New York City. Topics include location selection, evaluating space needs, space construction, working with professionals, reviewing key lease terms, and limiting business and personal risk.
This guide is a resource for local stakeholders to start the process of merchant organizing and potentially form a formal merchants association to bring additional resources to commercial corridors in New York City.
All schools in New York City, public and private, are crucial to helping our city contribute zero waste to landfills by 2030 -- and all schools must meet DSNY guidelines for separating recyclables and setting out recycling and garbage for collection.
The 2016 New York City Guide for the Diplomatic & Consular Corps provides useful information on accessing a range of City services and addressing City-related issues in an effort to aid Mission and Consular officials as they integrate fully and seamlessly into the fabric of the City of NYC.
This guide provides a summary of the rights and responsibilities, pertinent to residential properties and leases, of diplomatic tenants and their landlords in New York City. It also includes steps that can be taken to address violations, as well as relevant points of contact.
Local Law 11 of 2012 requires City-managed data be made available to the public through a single web portal. This document defines the Citywide policies, standards, and guidelines required to support that legislation as amended.
The Mayor's Office of Information Privacy, lead by the Chief Privacy Officer, has released the city's first privacy protection protocols for the City of New York. This Policy sets forth the baseline requirements for City agencies relating to the protection of identifying information.
In February 2021, the Chief Privacy Officer (“CPO”) released revised privacy protection policies and protocols for New York City (“CPO Policies”). The CPO, who heads Mayor’s Office of Information Privacy (“MOIP”), first issued the CPO Policies in January 2019.
All employers are required to provide written notice of employees’ rights under the Human Rights Law both in the form of a displayed poster and as an information sheet distributed to individual employees at the time of hire. This document satisfies the information sheet requirement.
This document provides information regarding new protections for tenants and individuals seeking housing who are victims/survivors of domestic violence, sex offenses, or stalking, with a specific focus on obligations of housing providers.
Executive Order 16 requires all City agencies to ensure that City employees and members of the public have access to single-sex facilities consistent with their gender identity or expression without being required to show identification.
Brokers, real estate agents, and owners cannot treat current or prospective tenants differently or refuse to rent to them because they receive subsidies or vouchers. This FAQ factsheet will help brokers meet your obligations as a real estate agent.
If you work in NYC, you have rights regardless of immigration status, national origin, or country of origin.
In addition to the languages checked off, it's also available in Nepali, Tagalog, Thai, Tibetan, Vietnamese, and Punjabi.
NEW YORKERS ARE MORE THAN THEIR CREDIT SCORES. NYC passed the nation’s strongest ban on employment credit checks. Let’s grow New York businesses and workforces with fairness and equal opportunity for all.
Information about GI Bill Housing Allowances. Qualifying student veterans pursuing higher education in New York City may utilize G.I. Bill housing allowances to subsidize the cost of renting an apartment.
Employers: What You Need to Know About Social Security Administration No-Match Letters. Taking an adverse action against an employee due to a discrepancy, such as putting an employee on leave or terminating employment, could violate the NYC Human Rights Law (NYCHRL).
Xenophobia, Islamophobia, and Anti-Semitism in NYC Leading Up To And Following the 2016 Presidential Election: A Report on Discrimination, Bias, And Acts of Hate Experienced by Muslim, Arab, South Asian, Jewish, and Sikh New Yorkers
The ABC's of Housing is HPD's guide to housing rules and regulations for owners and tenants.This booklet is designed to help owners and tenants gain an understanding of the rules and regulations affecting housing and provide you with information about where you can receive assistance.
HPD Anti- Harassment laws prohibit building owners from illegally forcing tenants to leave their apartments or surrender their rights through unjustified eviction notices or illegal lockouts. HPD provides information on seeking legal help and low-income tenants are eligible for free legal services.