Mayor de Blasio Releases the Preliminary Budget for FY 2019

Mayor de Blasio Releases New York City’s Preliminary Budget for FY 2019

Mayor de Blasio releases the November Financial Plan Update for FY18

Mayor de Blasio Releases the November Financial Plan Update for FY 2018

November 21, 2017

    For November Plan Highlights and the full Budget, please see below.

June 2018 Adopted Budget, Fiscal Year 2019

Highlights of this year's budget include:

  • Expansion of 3-K for All, doubling the number of new districts in the next two years from two districts a year to four, bringing the City's total commitment to over 14,000 seats in 12 districts. The total investment in 3-K for All is $201 million by Fiscal Year 2022;

  • $150 million over three years in capital investments to increase school accessibility;

  • Acceleration of $100 million for supportive housing within the Department of Housing Preservation and Development's affordable housing budget for the Mayor's Housing New York 2.0 plan, which aims to create and preserve 300,000 affordable homes by 2026;

  • Increase and baseline funding for the Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) to meet projected demand bringing the EFAP budget to $20 million annually;

  • A baseline of $3 million to expand the Department of Youth and Community Development's Runaway Homeless Youth program;

  • $200 million in capital to upgrade heating systems at NYCHA developments and $13 million for short-term heating upgrades for next winter;

  • $3.5 million for additional litter basket pickup;

  • $10.3 million to expand the Summer Youth Employment Program from 70,000 to 75,000 slots;

  • A baseline of $8 million for the Comprehensive Afterschool System of New York City and $9 million for adult literacy programs;

  • $9.6 million to maintain the City's parks and $1.7 million to extend the opening of public beaches and pool season for one week past Labor Day;

  • $11.4 million for the Crisis Management System, which includes the Cure Violence program;

  • $12 million to have every patrol officer wear a body camera by the end of the year;

  • Preservation of $125 million for Fair Student Funding.

Click here to view the FY19 Adopted Budget

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