Report on the condition of all bridges and tunnels operated and maintained by DOT and all capital and revenue budget funds appropriated for rehabilitation and maintenance of such bridges and tunnels in 2018.
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.
The Climate Resiliency Guidelines provide step-by-step instructions to go beyond building code and standards, which are informed with historic climate data by also looking to specific, forward-looking climate data for use in the design of City facilities.
The Voluntary Local Review (VLR) highlights NYC’s sustainable development achievements since 2015. It uses the common language of the Global Goals to translate NYC’s local actions to a global audience, with a focus on the five priority Goals for the 2018 HLPF.
To enhance the public’s access to 911, in 2014 the Administration began developing a long-term strategy for implementing a Next Generation 911 system. This report describes the current implementation plan, the steps taken since the prior report, and other relevant information.
A recent court decision may allow Gowanus to be the next neighborhood rezoned under the Mayor’s initiative, but 6 other neighborhood rezoning plans—from East New York to the Bay Street corridor--are already approved and underway. We look at the status of funding for 87 local projects.
Reports on the development, progress and achievements of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection's source water protection programs established to maintain the Filtration Avoidance Determination (FAD) for the Catskill/Delaware portion of the New York City water supply.
Participation in the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)'s recreational boating program remained steady in 2018. Crews have been deployed to aid NYC Parks in clearing downed and damaged trees after last week's snowstorm.
Construction has completed on the first phase of high-level sewers along 3rd Avenue in the Gowanus neighborhood. The Value Ambassador program highlights three employees whose work best represents the values of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
Mining of the Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Tunnel has reached the halfway point, and the project is on schedule and on budget.The Municipal Engineers of the City of New York honored Tasos Georgelis and Natalia Perez with awards.
Work has begun on a $300 million project to install new clean-burning co-generation engines at the North River Wastewater Resource Recovery Facility in west Harlem. Ground was broken on a $31 million project to bring street and infrastructure improvements to Far Rockaway, Queens.
Entries for the 33rd annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest are now being accepted. The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and Department of Design and Construction are undertaking a $31 million infrastructure project to upgrade water mains in Washington Heights.
Updates on the $400 million program to upgrade water supply infrastructure at Schoharie Reservoir. Projects include the rehabilitation of the Gilboa Dam and Shandaken Tunnel and a new release works for the reservoir. DEP will undertake a $15 million rehabilitation project for Jerome Park Reservoir.
New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Vincent Sapienza reviews several of the agency's accomplishments from the past year. Spotlight on DEP employees who represent the agency's core values.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)'s Bureau of Water & Sewer Operations has developed a series of programs to improve service and prevent sewer backups and water main breaks. The impact of the Super Bowl on New York City water supply.