BIC has developed its Language Access Plan to guide the agency in serving persons who have Limited English Proficiency (LEP). In keeping with LL 30 of
2017, BIC remains committed to developing and improving ways to maintain communications
with the City’s LEP community.
Language access implementation plans requires every covered agency shall provide language access services for all designated citywide languages. Such language access services shall implement a plan to describe how language access services will be provided to individuals in custody.
The Department of Records and Information Services has developed its Language Access Plan to guide the agency in serving patrons who have limited English language proficiency. This plan will ensure that all patrons and prospective patrons will have access to the department’s resources.
Local Law 30 of 2017 mandates that City agencies create a language access implementation plan in order to ensure meaningful language access to their services. This is NYCEM's Language Access Policy, updated in 2021.
Plan in relation to improving access to city services for limited English proficiency individuals and ensures that language will not be an obstacle to receiving services. The goal of this plan is to ensure that all eligible applicants and recipients receive the appropriate benefits without undue del
Language access is critical for New York City’s diverse communities. The city is home to approximately 3.4 million immigrants, and almost half of all New Yorkers speak a language other than English at home. Approximately a quarter of New York City’s population, or 1.8 million New Yorkers [...].
TLC's language access implementation plan update, describing how language access services will be provided to ensure meaningful access to information and direct public services, based on changes in the agency’s service population or services.