NYC Department of Parks & Recreation is required to submit a report to the Office of the Mayor and the City Council for the preceding calendar year listing facilities that have features specifically designed to be used by people with disabilities. Attached is the report for calendar year 2021.
The auditors found that CCHR complied with Local Law 25. CCHR’s website includes a translation feature at the top of the page for viewing text and essential information of the website in various languages, including the top 10 designated NYC LEP languages.
The auditors found that CCHR complied with Local Law 120 of 2020. CCHR developed the required anti-discrimination poster, also known as the Notice of Rights poster, which provides information on the forms of discrimination prohibited by the City Human Rights Law including age discrimination...
The purpose of bail is to ensure that a person who is arrested returns to court for trial. However, in practice, the impact of bail has been to detain tens of thousands of New Yorkers, presumed innocent, before trial and cost low-income families tens of millions of dollars every year.
Committed to making substantial reforms early on in their administrations and working collaboratively to address these challenges, Mayor Adams and Comptroller Lander announced the establishment of the Task Force on Nonprofit Contracting (“Task Force”) convened as a part of the transition process.
The audit found that DHS lacks adequate controls over critical aspects of its investigations to determine the eligibility of families with children for temporary housing assistance. Specifically, DHS did not ensure that its personnel complied with agency policy, guidelines and procedures, and with S
Attached please find the following EEO documents regarding FISA-OPA’s 2nd Quarter of Fiscal Year 2022:
• FISA-OPA Agency Quarterly Diversity and EEO report;
• FISA-OPA Diversity and EEO Training Summary report.
Analyzes status of accessible pedestrian signals (APS) program. Includes cost, funding sources, recommendations, availability of new technology, and additional intersections that warrant inclusion in the program. Lists the 50 top ranked intersections for new APS, as evaluated by DOT.
The NYC for Racial Justice report, outlines persistent patterns of inequity experienced by New Yorkers. Providing insight into what the Commission heard in its first phase of engagement, the report shows the ways in which structural racism operates and its harmful impact on New Yorkers of Color.
Pursuant to Chapter 76, Section 3202 of the City Charter, the Commission shall submit to the Mayor and the Speaker of the Council and shall make available on the Commission's website an annual report no later than September 30, 2021, and by September 30 of each year thereafter.
This report analyzes the state of accessibility of digital products managed by or on behalf of the City of New York. It contains progress since the 2019 report and also sets a plan for creating an online version of the NYC Digital Accessibility Report.
Language access is critical for New York City’s diverse communities. The city is home to approximately 3.4 million immigrants, and almost half of all New Yorkers speak a language other than English at home. Approximately a quarter of New York City’s population, or 1.8 million New Yorkers [...].