Curbside Composting is returning this fall to eligible service areas! You can turn your food scraps, food-soiled paper, and yard waste into compost or renewable energy by signing up. Residents must sign up via 311 or nyc.gov/curbsidecomposting.
Department of Building Host Live Q&A session and Industry meetings
Live Q&A Sessions - Bi-weekly online Q&A Session for property owners, registered design professionals, filing representatives and other licensees/registrants provides a space for attendees questions.
Industry Meetings – a monthly online, borough-specific industry session for registered design professionals to discuss policy and business process questions that are not job specific. The meetings will also include a review of recent updates and policy decisions.
For more information date and time please follow the Link
Small Business Services
If your business is facing a real-time emergency, you may contact SBS by calling 311 or (212) 618-8810. To connect with the SBS Emergency Response Unit & Intergovernmental Services, please e-mail ERU@sbs.nyc.gov
GetFoodNYC: Get a map of food resources across the city
Use this map to find locations that offer free food (food pantries and soup kitchens), as well as grocery stores and farmers' markets.
NEW YORK CITY $100 VACCINE INCENTIVES – $100 for ANYONE getting their first dose at sites using vax4nyc.nyc.gov
www.vax4nyc.nyc.gov/incentives to redeem their $100 pre-paid debit card. You can also call 877-VAX4NYC (877-829-4692) to learn more. Book an appointment at any site listed on the NYC COVID-19 Vax4NYC Appointment Scheduler or call 877-VAX4NYC (877-829-4692) to find a participating site.
NYC Well is your connection to free, confidential mental health support. Speak to a counselor via phone, text, or chat and get access to mental health and substance use services, in more than 200 languages, 24/7/365. Contact NYC Well by calling 888-NYC-WELL (888-692-9355), texting “WELL” to 65173 or chatting at nyc.gov/nycwell.
Mental Health For All
MentalHealthforAll.nyc.gov is a new comprehensive hub with helplines and services that offer a range of free, direct support to meet the needs of all New Yorkers, including young people, communities of color, and people with serious mental illness. Everyone has been affected in some way by this past year, and our mission is to ensure that every person has the support they need.
Visit MentaHealthforAll.nyc.gov to find mental health resources and substance misuse support that meet your needs.