NYC is committed to an equitable distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. Vaccines are available at no cost to you and regardless of immigration status. Many vaccination sites in the city no longer require appointments.
There’s no more important planning issue than getting New Yorkers fairly and equitably vaccinated.
Get the latest updates from the Dept. of Health: nyc.gov/covidvaccine.
The SoHo/NoHo Neighborhood Plan entered public review on May 17, 2021. This plan would expand housing opportunities for New Yorkers, support continued cultural and economic success in SoHo and NoHo and reduce regulatory burdens for the people who live and work there. Learn more on the SoHo/NoHo Neighborhood Plan page.
Elevate Transit: Zoning for Accessibility is a citywide zoning proposal that would allow the MTA to leverage planned private development to achieve a fully accessible transit system faster. Crafted in collaboration with the Dept of City Planning, the MTA and the Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities, the proposal started public review on April 5, 2021.
Physical violence against BIPOC community members, or anyone, is unquestionably traumatic and will not be tolerated. Not in Midtown, not in Minneapolis, not in Atlanta, not anywhere in the U.S. Nor will verbal attacks be tolerated, including those aimed at DCP staff who work tirelessly with the public in communities throughout the city to plan for a fairer New York. Read our full statement.
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. DCP has temporarily revised its filing and zoning verification protocols.
DCP staff are working from the office on limited and staggered schedules as of May 3, 2021. Learn more about our return-to-office plan.
The City’s public review process for land use changes (the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure, or ULURP) resumed on Sept. 14, 2020 following a March 16 suspension.
Besides ULURP, certain zoning provisions for Privately Owned Public Spaces and Waterfront Public Access Areas are temporarily suspended, and will remain suspended after Sept. 14, 2020.
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