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.
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.
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.
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.
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 Ready New York: Preparing for Emergencies guide outlines the very basic steps all New Yorkers should take to prepare for an emergency, including making a disaster plan, assembling an Emergency Supply Kit, and putting togehter a Go Bag.
This guide help businesses protect their employees, communities, and the environment from hazards, while enhancing a company's ability to recover from financial loss that results from business interruption or damage. It outlines steps businesses can take to prepare for any emergency.
On warm summer days, New York City can be as much as 10 degrees warmer than surrounding areas. Ready New York: Beat the Heat offers tips on how to stay healthy and cool during the summer months, conserve water and energy, and identify and treat individuals with heat-related illnesses.
Ready New York for Business contains practical and actionable advice to help businesses protect their employees and enhance a company's ability to recover from financial loss resulting from business interruption or damage to facilities and inventory.
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
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.