Brooklyn Community Board 9's Identifying Information Law Report. The Identifying Law requires City Agencies to submit biennial related to their collection, disclosure and retention of identifying information.
DCWP is accepting in-person visits from customers with appointments only at our Manhattan and Queens locations. You must schedule an appointment to meet with a DCWP representative. For health and safety reasons, DCWP cannot serve walk-ins.
Women face unique challenges in the workplace and marketplace.
The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection created these tips to educate
women about ways to protect themselves and where to turn for help.
Outreach infographic about how to respond to a summons at OATH.
Step 1: Check Your Hearing Date
Step 2: Decide How You Want to Respond: Admit and Pay, Cure or Settle, or Fight Summons at Hearing
Step 3: Prepare for Your Hearing
STEP 4: Appear On or Before Your Hearing Date
Provides information to passengers on TLC Upfront Payment Policy which allows local car services to request payment from passengers before a trip begins and the rules car service companies must follow if they choose to implement an Upfront Payment Policy.
To help families during COVID, the U.S. government made changes to the Child Tax Credit. Families can get half of the fully refundable credit—worth up to $3,600 per child—as monthly payments in 2021 and the other half as a refund in 2022.
This Ready New York workbook and hurricane guide will help New Yorkers create an emergency plan. It guides users through establishing a support network, capturing vital health information, evacuation planning, gathering emergency supplies and includes a map of NYC hurricane evacuation zones.
Under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, eligible individuals and families will receive a third round of Economic Impact Payments (EIP or stimulus payments) by mail (paper check or prepaid debit card) or by direct deposit to your bank account. No action is required by most eligible recipients.