NYCHA’s A Blueprint for Change is a set of ideas for improving residents’ home while protecting their rights. At the core of this work are NYCHA’s efforts to deliver better services to residents in a range of critical areas, transform as an organization, and bring our buildings the capital investment they need to support the generations of New Yorkers to come. NYCHA is engaging residents, staff, and other stakeholders so we can develop these ideas and make progress together. For more details about Blueprint, please read the FAQs and other informational materials below:
NYCHA’s Transformation Plan, part of the Authority’s Blueprint for Change, outlines various ways that the Authority will become a stronger organization and better serve residents. It was created from ideas and feedback that NYCHA received directly from residents and staff through virtual town halls, emails, social media, phone calls, and other engagement sessions throughout 2019 and 2020.
A Blueprint for Change charts how the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) will strengthen as an organization and improve the quality of life for its residents by comprehensively renovating their buildings and protecting their full rights and protections permanently. Blueprint includes a Transformation Plan: proposed strategies for restructuring NYCHA’s business model and operations to improve the delivery of services to residents. Blueprint also includes a Stabilization Plan: ideas for raising much-needed funding using a Public Housing Preservation Trust that can completely rehabilitate the Authority’s more than 300 developments while keeping them fully and permanently public and affordable – investments that will also generate job and job training opportunities for residents.
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If you were unable to attend A Blueprint for Change Town Hall, but would like to view a recording of it, you may do so here.