A table containing physical ID (a unique street segment identifier) and the date/time with which it was last associated with a GPS signal emitted by a DSNY snow clearing vehicle. Click here to download the data dictionary. Click here to visit the PlowNYC website.
Basic usage guidelines: To determine the relationship between “PHYSICAL_ID” and street segment, download the city street centerline dataset and join the two datasets on “PHYSICAL_ID” (PlowNYC) to “physicalid” (CSCL). To identify the PHYSYCAL_ID of one specific street segment, you can click the “Navigate to location” button on the top left of the NYC Street Centerline Map, enter a specific address, and click the blue line associated with the street. You can then enter this number into the PHYSICAL_ID search card below to see all associated entries.
This Data is provided for informational purposes only. You may find that weather conditions, construction projects, closures, or other events may cause actual conditions to differ from the Data. Moreover, the Data may contain inaccurate or incomplete information due to the passage of time, changing circumstances, sources used and the nature of collecting comprehensive information, any of which may lead to incorrect results. Accordingly, you should exercise good judgement and common sense in your use of this Data.
Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process in which community members directly decide how to spend part of a public budget. Council Members choose to join Participatory Budgeting New York City (PBNYC), giving at least $1 million from their budget for the whole community to participate in decision-making. It’s a yearlong process of public meetings, to ensure that people have the time and resources to make informed decisions. Community members discuss local needs and develop proposals to meet these needs. Through a public vote, residents then decide which proposals to fund.
This dataset contains boundaries and associated attribute information for all designated historic districts or areas under consideration for historic district designation (i.e. calendared) by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), including items that may have been denied designation or overturned. Please note that some areas may have multiple records in the database if different actions were taken over time. Please pay close attention to the "CURRENT" and "LAST_ACTION_ON_BOUNDARY" fields to determine the status of a particular area. The geographic locations of the polygons in this dataset are derived primarily from the Department of City Planning's PLUTO dataset, and therefore discrepancies may arise where the LPC dataset has not been updated with information from the most recent PLUTO releases. Please pay close attention to the field descriptions present in the file's metadata to understand how to use this dataset. And please contact LPC if there are questions or concerns
Listing of all Senior Centers, Abuse Prevention Contracts, Home Care Contracts, Legal Services Contracts, NORC Contracts, Transportation Contracts, Case Mangement Contracts, Home Delivered Meal Contracts and Caregiver Contracts in all five boroughs.
The Department for the Aging (DFTA) provides a wide array of services specific to the elderly population of New York City. To accomplish this, the department contracts out to organizations (mainly non-profit) to provide these services throughout the five boroughs. The majority of the services provided are through our Neighborhood Senior Centers which provide free meals (mostly lunch, some breakfast and dinner meals) that meet nutritional standards defined by the FDA. DFTA provides this data of our contracted agencies sorted by the contract servivce type. The dataset contains the relevant information for the public to contact the agencies providing the services they may be seeking. The data is limited in that the contract service type does not provide the full scope of services that are provided in detail.
All dog owners residing in NYC are required by law to license their dogs. The data is sourced from the DOHMH Dog Licensing System (https://a816-healthpsi.nyc.gov/DogLicense), where owners can apply for and renew dog licenses. Each record represents a unique dog license that was active during the year, but not necessarily a unique record per dog, since a license that is renewed during the year results in a separate record of an active license period. Each record stands as a unique license period for the dog over the course of the yearlong time frame.
This is the 100-Year Floodplain for the 2050s based on FEMA's Preliminary Work Map data and the New York Panel on Climate Change's 90th Percentile Projects for Sea-Level Rise (31 inches). Please see the Disclaimer PDF for more information. Data Provided by the Mayor's Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability (OLTPS) on behalf of CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities (CISC) and the New York Panel on Climate Change (NPCC).
Hurricane Evacuation Zones are determined by New York City Emergency Management and represent varying threat levels of coastal flooding resulting from storm surge. Hurricane evacuation zones should not be confused with flood insurance risk zones, which are designated by FEMA and available in the form of Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs).
This is a breakdown of every arrest effected in NYC by the NYPD during the current year.
This data is manually extracted every quarter and reviewed by the Office of Management Analysis and Planning.
Each record represents an arrest effected in NYC by the NYPD and includes information about the type of crime, the location and time of enforcement.
In addition, information related to suspect demographics is also included.
This data can be used by the public to explore the nature of police enforcement activity.
Please refer to the attached data footnotes for additional information about this dataset.
This is a map of authorized providers who offer the passenger assistance and wheelchair accessible vehicle training course that all new TLC driver license applicants (Yellow & Green Taxicab, Livery, Black Car, and Lux Limo) must complete as part of the education requirement.