Property owners, Annual notices for child lead poisoning and window fall prevention must be distributed by mid-January. Based on responses to those notices, you may have additional responsibilities, such as hiring contractors to address conditions.
Annual inspections for mold and pests and annual notices about stove knob covers are also required. Learn more on our Housing Quality / Safety page.
The Where We Live NYC Draft Plan is out!
It's the culmination of a two-year inclusive and comprehensive process to identify goals, strategies, and actions that the City of New York will undertake to advance fair housing over the next five years.
Read the plan!
2019 was a whirlwind year of:
Check out our year in photos!
City officials celebrated the opening of Stonewall House, New York City's first LGBT-friendly affordable elder housing.
This Fort Greene development is part of Next Generation NYCHA's 100 Percent Affordable Housing Program. It includes 145 units of affordable housing and a senior center operated by SAGE.
Established in 1978, the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) promotes the quality and affordability of the city's housing and the strength and diversity of its many neighborhoods.
HPD works to achieve this mission by: