Learn about the 311 Application Programming Interface (API).
311 mobile app for smartphones.
See 311 Service Requests by location, category, complaint type, and date.
Check the status of a 311 Service Request.
Contact 311 by text message.
Learn about adding files to supplement a complaint made through 311, 911, or NYC.gov.
Learn about 311.
Learn how to find other complaints on 311 Online.
Report not receiving an email receipt after submitting a 311 Service Request.
Make a complaint or compliment about a City agency or a specific employee.
Make a complaint about the City Comptroller's office.
Report conflict of interest or illegal activity by a City employee or contractor.
Send a comment or opinion to the Mayor.
Register as a Commissioner of Deeds.
Make a complaint or compliment about a City Agency working in the area of construction, buildings, or housing.
Visit a Borough President's Office website for news and information.
Get contact information for a City, State, or Federal elected official.
Get contact information for Governor Andrew M. Cuomo or a member of his staff.
Get contact information for a Deputy Mayor or other member of the Mayor's senior staff.
Make a complaint about a worker at a County Clerk Office.
Make a complaint or compliment about a Health and Human Services Agency.
Get information about how to invite the Mayor to an event.
Make a complaint or compliment about a City agency working in the area of legal affairs or civil rights.
Friday, February 12 is Lincoln's Birthday. Get public school, garbage pick-up, parking regulation, and mail delivery information.
Get information about the independently elected official who reviews and investigates complaints about City services.
Make a complaint or compliment about a City Agency working in the area of public safety.
Make a complaint about New York City's public school closure policy.
Information for employers and employees about the City's Transit Benefits Law.
Make a complaint or compliment about a Transportation, Infrastructure, or Operations Agency.
Monday, February 15, is Washington's Birthday (Presidents' Day). Get public school, garbage pickup, parking regulation, and mail delivery information.
Get contact information for a foreign consulate office.
Get information about the rules and regulations for traveling aboard.
Get a report of data that was collected by 311.
Get information about City agency performance.
Get information about buying high quality prints of classic images of New York City.
Get permission to use a photograph owned by the Municipal Archives.
Get information about the City's budget.
Get reports on a variety of City government topics.
Check the current status of City flags.
Get the official journal of New York City.
Get all essential reports and statistics related to City services and performance.
Get information about Daylight Saving Time.
Get financial information for a City employee.
Find a local community board.
Get information about the Commission for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Youth.
Get information about City agency performance.
Get help finding City agency reports and studies in the City Hall Library.
Get a transcript of a City Council meeting.
Get information about New York City boroughs and their county names.
Access the New York City Charter, the Administrative Code of the City of New York, and the Rules of the City of New York.
An online database of all New York City government spending.
Get information about the City's Action Plan for spending Federal disaster funds.
Provide input into the drafting of new City Council districts.
Get information about the City's use of federal stimulus and recovery funds.
Get information about PLANYC, the City's long-term strategic plan.
Get census data from the United States Census Bureau.
Report about conditions of homeless shelter facilities.
Learn about buying a picture of any property in New York City.
Get information about the official directory of the City of New York.
Get information about becoming a City Marshal.
Learn about becoming a Department of Correction Officer.
Get information about becoming a part-time crossing guard.
Get information about becoming a firefighter, emergency medical technician (EMT), or paramedic.
Information about the Lifeguard Program.
Information on volunteering to become a Parks Mounted Auxiliary Officer.
Learn about becoming a police officer.
Get information about becoming a poll worker.
Get information about becoming a School Safety Agent.
Get information about becoming a public school teacher.
Get information about becoming an auxiliary police officer.
Get payroll information and services for City employees.
Verify employment for past and current City government employees.
Get information for City workers or retirees about payroll, health benefits, and other human resource issues.
Learn about civil service exams, including schedules, fees, change of personal information, and how to apply by mail or online.
Learn about job opportunities with the City.
Learn about registering for snow shoveling employment.