NYC Planning relaunched Population FactFinder with 2020 Census data. This tool to study NYC neighborhoods and demographics of 8.8 million New Yorkers is part of our commitment to increased accessibility and transparency.
Think about the streets, buildings, and public spaces in your neighborhood. What do you like and what would you change?
The Dept. of City Planning is asking for your ideas and opinions on a new website to help you participate in shaping your urban environment. Learn more and share your voice: goodurbandesign.nyc
NYC Planning is hiring! Help us plan for the future of NYC with an equity lens. We’re looking for planners, data specialists, urban designers, IT pros and more with diverse views and backgrounds.
Apply at nyc.gov/planning-careers.
The SoHo/NoHo Neighborhood Plan will bring affordable housing, a level playing field for small business and funding for the arts. The Plan is currently in public review. Learn more, including with an interactive brochure in English and Chinese, about the City's proposal and how you can give input.
The Gowanus Neighborhood Plan entered public review on April 19, 2021. The Plan looks to identify strategies for an equitable, resilient and sustainable Gowanus, with more local jobs and housing.
Stay tuned for updates and upcoming meetings on the Gowanus Neighborhood Plan page.
Department of City Planning (DCP) offices are currently closed to visitors. If you need assistance, please call (212) 720-3300.