Under Local Law 36 of 2023, the New York City Department of Finance (DOF) is required to
report information relating to property tax payment plans to the mayor and speaker of the city
council. Local Law 36 also created a new type of property tax payment plan that reduces the
The audit found that the Kingsbridge Business Improvement District (BID) provides supplemental services, including sanitation services, holiday lights and seasonal decorations, marketing and special events, and streetscape and beautification.
Contracting is how the City meets many of our goals and provides services to New Yorkers. City agencies contract with vendors to provide meals to home-bound seniors, childcare and afterschool programs for kids, construction projects to build new schools, upgrade our parks, repair our roads.
Key initiatives and accomplishments undertook last fiscal year (2022) to advance DEI and EEO goals, for example, recognizing employee contributions to DEI goals through awards and employee appraisal, introducing new equity programs, training all staff on mandatory trainings or resource groups.
Under Local Law 249 of 2017 and Local Law 216 of 2021, the Department of Finance (DOF) is required to notify property owners when real estate instruments are recorded on their properties. The law mandates that DOF provide an annual report to the council and publish the report on DOF's website.
This Spotlight examines how the City’s actual General Fund revenues and expenditures compare to the projections in the budgets adopted in June of the previous year, and how this performance evolved over the past decade
This year the Department of Finance is reporting storefront information submitted by owners in the summer of 2023 for calendar year 2022, and supplemental statements for owners reporting vacant storefront as of June 30, 2023, within the 60 day timeframe provided by the law.