Mayor de Blasio, Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter and Department of Health Dr. Dave A. Chokshi today announced a new health care mandate requiring all New York City Department of Education employees to provide proof of first dose of vaccination by September.
The New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence and Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice announced a significant expansion of services to protect families at risk of, or experiencing, domestic violence.
DCWP enforces the City law where certain businesses are prohibited from leaving store doors open while air conditioners or central cooling systems are running. The campaign lets store owners know that they can protect the environment and save money – simply by shutting the front door.
A campaign to remind New Yorkers, especially those hailing from Muslim communities, that the City is committed to protecting the rights of all New Yorkers where they live, work and shop, and also offers a variety of services to those in need, regardless of immigration status or ethnicity.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today applauded a major milestone in New York City’s Medallion Relief Program. which has now helped 102 yellow medallion taxi owners achieve $16 million in permanent debt forgiveness.
The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene published this press release titled, "20 Years on, NYC Health Department Tracks Health Impacts of September 11th Attacks", on September 10, 2021.
Daniel G. Cort, Acting Commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation (“DOI”), announced today the agency’s statistics for Calendar Year-end (“CY”) 2021, which covers January 1, 2021 through December 31,