The PAD (Property Address Directory) file contains additional geographic information at the tax lot level not found in the PLUTO files. This data includes alias addresses and Building Identification Numbers (BINs). It consists of two ASCII, comma delimited files: a tax lot file and an address file.
Note To Users: A new field (ZIP Code) has been added to the bobaadrx (Address) file. Please check your procedures to make sure this does not cause any problems. For earlier versions, see PAD releases on the BYTES of the BIG APPLE archive page.
This dataset lists pending, scheduled and executed evictions within the five boroughs, for the year 2017 - Present. The data fields may be sorted by Court Index Number, Docket Number, Eviction Address, Apartment Number, Executed Date, Marshal First Name, Marshal Last Name, Residential or Commercial (property type), Borough, Zip Code and Scheduled Status (Pending/Scheduled).
Eviction data is compiled from the majority of New York City Marshals. Marshals are independent public officials and should be contacted directly for more information at https://www1.nyc.gov/site/doi/offices/marshals-list.page Data prior to January 1 2017 is not currently available.
This is a schedule of Medallion Taxicab initial inspections at the Taxi and Limousine Commission’s Safety and Emissions Facility. This information is also available with the Vehicle Inspection Report (VIR) provided at the time of your last inspection, or on the back of your rate card. Please note that this schedule is tentative and subject to change. This schedule is updated quarterly prior to January, May and September.
You may contact the TLC at (718) 267-4559 or email@example.com if you have questions regarding the inspection schedule.
LinkNYC is replacing the City’s outdated public telephones with a network of kiosks that provide free high-speed Wi-Fi, nationwide calling, a dedicated 911 button, charging ports for mobile devices, and access to selected websites. This dataset lists locations where a LinkNYC kiosk has been installed, including sites that have replaced public pay telephones (PPT) and new sites that have been reviewed by community and elected officials. The Project Status field indicates whether the Link is already active or is still in the process of being connected to electric power and telecommunications fiber.
The National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Breakfast Program (SBP) and Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provide nutritious meals to children in New York City Public Schools. All children attending schools that offer these programs can receive breakfast and lunch. Breakfast is free for all students. Some children will qualify for free or reduced price lunch, and others pay the full cost of meals, depending on family and income. This income chart sets forth the different meal costs.This chart is only a guide. Individuals should see school office personnel for assistance.
NOTE: Chart effective July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013. Subject to annual income updates.
An index of pedestrian volumes tracking the long-term trends of neighborhood commercial corridors. Data is collected at 114 locations, including 100 on-street locations (primarily retail corridors), 13 East River and Harlem River bridge locations, and the Hudson River Greenway. Screenline sampling is conducted during May and September on the sidewalk, mid-block (or mid-bridge) on both sides of street where applicable. Pedestrian volumes at 50 sample locations around the City are combined to create the Pedestrian Volume Index for the Mayor’s Management Report.
This dataset contains detailed information on incidents handled by FDNY Fire (non-EMS) units and includes fire, medical and non-fire emergencies. The data is collected in the New York Fire Incident Reporting System (NYFIRS), which is structured by the FDNY to provide data to the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS). NFIRS is a modular all-incident reporting system designed by the U.S. Fire Administration. After responding to an incident, FDNY officers complete one or more of the NFIRS modules, depending upon the type of incident. The information in these modules describes the kind of incident responded to, where it occurred, the resources used to mitigate it. Although NFIRS was designed specifically to understand the nature and causes of fire, as well as civilian fire casualties and firefighter injuries, it has been expanded to collect basic information on all incidents to which fire units respond.
Community Facilities (Centers) that are on NYCHA property with programs either sponsored by NYCHA or by a non-NYCHA entity. All programs are open to the public. The file contains development name, address, city, state, zipcode, telephone #, sponsoring organization and contact person.
The Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) reports on buildings, units, and projects that began after January 1, 2014 and are counted towards the Housing New York plan. The Housing New York Units by Project file presents this data by project, and includes project-level data, such as senior units, but does not include building-level data. The unit counts are provided for each project, rather than by building. For additional documentation, including a data dictionary, review the attachments in the “About this Dataset” section of the Primer landing page.
Patient satisfaction at HHC hospitals is measured by a standardized survey known as the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers & Systems (HCAHPS). The survey has been validated by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as a standard assessment tool for all hospitals throughout the nation. This data shows patient satisfaction scores in HHC hospitals.
Update Frequency: Annually
Outdoor advertising regulations and zoning laws reduce visual clutter and protect people from dangerous and illegally installed signs. Signs must comply with regulations outlined in the NYC Construction Codes and the NYC Zoning Resolution. This dataset lists all sign applications filed in New York City.
This is a list of New York City municipal buildings over 10,000 square feet by borough, block, lot, and agency, identifying each building’s energy intensity (kBtu/sq. ft.), Portfolio Manager benchmarking rating, where available, and the total GHG emissions for the calendar years 2010 - 2013.
NYC Wi-Fi Hotspot Locations Wi-Fi Providers:
CityBridge, LLC (Free Beta): LinkNYC 1 gigabyte (GB), Free Wi-Fi Internet Kiosks
Spot On Networks (Free) NYC HOUSING AUTHORITY (NYCHA) Properties
Fiberless (Free): Wi-Fi access on Governors Island Free - up to 5 Mbps for users as the part of Governors Island Trust Governors Island Connectivity Challenge
AT&T (Free): Wi-Fi access is free for all users at all times.
Partners: In several parks, the NYC partner organizations provide publicly accessible Wi-Fi. Visit these parks to learn more information about their Wi-Fi service and how to connect.
Cable (Limited-Free): In NYC Parks provided by NYC DoITT Cable television franchisees.
ALTICEUSA previously known as “Cablevision” and SPECTRUM previously known as “Time Warner Cable” (Limited Free) Connect for 3 free 10 minute sessions every 30 days or purchase a 99 cent day pass through midnight. Wi-Fi service is free at all times to Cablevision’s Optimum Online and Time Warner Cable broadband subscribers.
Wi-Fi Provider: Chelsea Wi-Fi (Free) Wi-Fi access is free for all users at all times.
Chelsea Improvement Company has partnered with Google to provide Wi-Fi a free wireless Internet zone, a broadband region bounded by West 19th Street, Gansevoort Street, Eighth Avenue, and the High Line Park.
Wi-Fi Provider: Downtown Brooklyn Wi-Fi (Free)
The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership - the New York City Economic Development Corporation to provide Wi-Fi to the area bordered by Schermerhorn Street, Cadman Plaza West, Flatbush Avenue, and Tillary Street, along with select public spaces in the NYCHA Ingersoll and Whitman Houses.
Wi-Fi Provider: Manhattan Downtown Alliance Wi-Fi (Free)
Lower Manhattan Several public spaces all along Water Street, Front Street and the East River Esplanade south of Fulton Street and in several other locations throughout Lower Manhattan.
Wi-Fi Provider: Harlem Wi-Fi (Free)
The network will extend 95 city blocks, from 110th to 138th Streets between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Madison Avenue is the free outdoor public wireless network.
Wi-Fi Provider: Transit Wireless (Free)
Wi-Fi Services in the New York City subway system is available in certain underground stations. For more information visit http://www.transitwireless.com/stations/.
Wi-Fi Provider: Public Pay Telephone Franchisees (Free)
Using existing payphone infrastructure, the City of New York has teamed up with private partners to provide free Wi-Fi service at public payphone kiosks across the five boroughs at no cost to taxpayers.
Wi-Fi Provider: New York Public Library
Using Wireless Internet Access (Wi-Fi): All Library locations offer free wireless access (Wi-Fi) in public areas at all times the libraries are open.
Connecting to the Library's Wireless Network
•You must have a computer or other device equipped with an 802.11b-compatible wireless card.
•Using your computer's network utilities, look for the wireless network named "NYPL."
•The "NYPL" wireless network does not require a password to connect.
Limitations and Disclaimers Regarding Wireless Access
•The Library's wireless network is not secure. Information sent from or to your laptop can be captured by anyone else with a wireless device and the appropriate software, within three hundred feet.
•Library staff is not able to provide technical assistance and no guarantee can be provided that you will be able to make a wireless connection.
•The Library assumes no responsibility for the safety of equipment or for laptop configurations, security, or data files resulting from connection to the Library's network