In July 2014, Mayor Bill de Blasio signed legislation to create a municipal ID card for all New York City residents – the IDNYC program. The legislation paves the way for the creation of a municipal ID for all residents of the five boroughs who meet the program's proof of identity and city residency requirements. Look below to read this Local Law and several other Executive Orders that have been signed to make IDNYC possible.
HRA Executive Order No. E-735 December 1, 2014
Handling Of Third Party Requests for New York City Identity Card (IDNYC) Applicant and Cardholder Information
HRA Executive Order No. E-740 December 30, 2016
Secondary Review Process For Applicants Challenging the Denial of a New York City Identity Card (IDNYC)
HRA Executive Order No. E-739 December 7, 2016
Retention of Copies of Records Provided By New York City Identity Card (IDNYC) Program Applicants to Prove Identity and Residency