Welcome! Whether you have a question or concern about a city service, are seeking employment with the City of New York, or are visiting our great City for the first time, NYC.gov can provide all the information you need. Our City's dedicated workforce is here to serve you and below are some resources to help you get started.
311 Online is our main source of government information and non-emergency services. Public benefits, employment assistance, alternate side parking rules, complaints about noise and so much more can easily be accessed here. If you need immediate emergency assistance or want to report a gas smell or leak, call 911.
New York City is beginning the process of reopening non-essential businesses following the COVID-19 pandemic. For information on when and how you can safely reopen your business, as well as for a list of resources currently available to New Yorkers, please visit the Reopening NYC Businesses page.
NYC & Company has all of the tools you need to plan a vacation to New York City.
If you would like to purchase New York City memorabilia (including NYPD and FDNY products) or municipal publications, please visit the New York CityStore.
Are you doing research about New York City? Visit the Municipal Archives of the Department of Records and Information Services or ask a librarian at the Brooklyn Public Library, New York Public Library or Queens Library.
Read the latest news from the Mayor's Press Office or make a media inquiry.
If you need assistance locating information on this site, search NYC.gov.
To submit a FOIL request to the Mayor's Office or track the status of a FOIL request, visit the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) tracker. Also available is the Mayor's Lobbyist Meeting Disclosure and the Lobbyist Meetings Disclosure.
You may contact Mayor de Blasio by postal mail, phone, or submitting a webform message. Please also note that all scheduling requests must be submitted in writing to the address below.
Mayor Bill de Blasio
, NY 10007
311 or 212-NEW-YORK outside NYC