Education and Outreach

Landlord and Tenant Resource Fairs

Bring Housing Resources to Your Community

HPD's Neighborhood Education and Outreach unit can bring housing resources directly to your community. We partner with local elected officials, community groups, and sister agencies to organize Landlord and Tenant Resource Fairs where building owners or tenants can have one-on-one discussions with representatives of non-profits and government agencies and receive consultations, apply for services, and resolve housing-related issues. Read more.

Call the Neighborhood Education and Outreach office at (212) 863-8830 to plan an event for your community.

Upcoming Fairs
View the Events calendar for upcoming Resource Fairs.

Property Owner Clinics

HPD's monthly Property Owner Clinics are an opportunity to learn about how the City’s low or no-cost financing and tax benefits can help you upgrade or replace major building systems and lower your operating costs. Learn more.


HPD offers free classroom-setting and online courses on topics such as Pest Management, Lead Safety, Property Management, Heating Systems, and more:

Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City (NHS) has been contracted by HPD to provide training and technical assistance to TIL Tenant Associations. NHS will provide individualized trainings, guidance and assistance to Tenant Associations and tenants on building maintenance, tenant management, and compliance with TIL policies, rules and regulations.

Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB) offers HDFC cooperators and TIL tenants a wide array of free classes in Brooklyn and Manhattan, on subjects such as energy use compliance, hiring contractors, housing court, selling shares, building finance, accounting, solar, and more. Classes are offered in both English and Spanish.

Division of Neighborhood Preservation (DNP)

Tenants and Landlords can visit DNP to obtain information on HPD's Public Outreach and Education. At our DNP offices, you can obtain the following services:

  • One-on-one counseling regarding property management, finances, low-interest loans, grants and other housing matters.
  • Assistance to landlords regarding correction and removal of housing code violations.
  • Guidance regarding prevention of future housing code violations.
  • Landlord-tenant mediation.
  • Assistance with arranging access to facilitate repairs.
  • Assistance to tenants regarding housing issues and repairs.
  • Referrals to other HPD units/divisions, other City agencies and community organizations.