Local Law 64 of 2015 required the Mayor’s Office of Operations to review and report on City enforcement agencies’ progress to reduce the number of dismissed summons adjudicated at OATH. This report is the response to this local law, recommendations and current actions taken by agencies to reduce the number of “bad tickets” written by City enforcement agencies.
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Monthly statistics regarding utilization of and applications for citywide temporary emergency housing and associated services as required by Local Law 37 of 2011.
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A dashboard of end-to-end response times for Police, Fire, and EMS calls, as well as trends in performance and recent 911 volumes. The reports capture all aspects of the call from when the call comes in to when a first responder arrives on site.
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Statistics on the City's response to service requests from 311 callers. Review selected 311 service requests, including the time to respond to each request by borough, Community Board, City Council District, and ZIP code. The 311 Service Request Map lets you see Service Requests made through 311 by location, date and category.
This report includes an Agency Summary that provides overall unit availability for the City fleet. It also includes the Critical Fleets Summary, which tracks availability for groups of vehicles assigned to key programs or functions identified by agencies.
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In June 2015, Mayor de Blasio announced the formation of an interagency task force to review the use of three-quarter houses in New York City. This Task Force is comprised of the Mayor’s Office of Operations, the Department of Social Services/Human Resources Administration, the Department of Housing Preservation and Development, the Department of Buildings, and the Fire Department. Following the enactment of Local Law 13 of 2017, the Three Quarter Housing Task Force has been asked to report on its operations.
View the report for June 1, 2015 – December 31, 2018
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Pursuant to federal requirements, the City of New York conducts annual independent audits of its federal grant awards. Related findings, schedules, and other disclosures are presented in the Single Audit Report, which is submitted to the United States Census Bureau as the National Clearinghouse for the receipt of Single Audit Reports from State and local governments.
The NYC Feedback Citywide Customer Survey was sent to 100,000 randomly-selected New York City households to assess New Yorker's opinions of City services. The Survey asked residents for their opinions about important characteristics of the City and services provided by City government.