April 2021 Executive Budget, Fiscal Year 2022


Mayor Bill de Blasio released the Recovery Budget, New York City’s $98.6 billion Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22). The Recovery Budget is an historic stimulus-driven investment in our comeback that will drive economic growth, lift up working families and small businesses, promote academic and social resilience and ensure a clean and safe city for all.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE RECOVERY BUDGET

The Recovery Budget is a radical investment in working families to drive economic growth in every neighborhood. This budget:

  • Adds unprecedented equity investments in students and schools

  • Redefines summer school with Summer Rising

  • Expands early childhood special education

  • Funds New Deal-style job creation with City Cleanup Corps

  • Invests to stop gun violence through partnerships with communities

  • Redefines citywide responses to mental health crises

  • Fully funds universal free 3-K for All and expands capacity for early childhood special education

  • Reimagines public space with Open Streets, Open Restaurants, new bike lanes and the Manhattan Greenway


Read the FY22 Executive Budget here

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