The wellbeing of a city of more than eight million people rests upon an extensive array of municipal infrastructure and services. Fire stations, police precincts, and EMS bases to respond to emergencies. Sanitation garages and waste transfer stations to dispose of our trash.
Monthly Publication from the Municipal Library highlighting different relevant topics. Published on a monthly basis the newsletter highlights and compares current topics with similar topics in NY City's history, utilizing various Library holdings.
Letter designating the Department of Records and Information Services (DORIS) as the repository for information regarding biographical and background information on subjects of co-named streets, parks, playgrounds, facilities and structures, under Local Law 104 of 2023 (LL 104/2023).
This 8th Biennial Update Report prepared by the NYC Department of Sanitation, is submitted to the NYSDEC in accordance with the provisions of 6 NYCRR.366-5.1. It provides information on the City’s progress in implementing its approved Local Solid Waste Management Plan for 2006 through 2026.
Streetscapes for Wellness includes approximately 30 case studies from New York City and a handful of other communities to suggest ways of reimagining public spaces to further social and environmental justice while enhancing public health.
This report analyzes progress on resiliency capital spending to date, after Superstorm Sandy. The report goes on to provide a snapshot of the property values, land uses, and essential infrastructure in the coastal floodplain, illustrating the range of critical assets at risk.