Local Law 14 (2016) requires that the NYCDOE provide citywide Health Education data, disaggregated by community school district, city council district, and each individual school. Data reported in this report is from the 2015-16 school year.
The Annual Arts in Schools Report includes data about arts teachers, arts budgeting, space for the arts, partnerships with arts and cultural organizations and parent involvement for elementary, middle and high schools. These reports help school administrators, parents and students understand how their schools are progressing towards offering universal arts education to all students.
Government, Not-for-Profit and Commercial Exemptions maintained by NYC Department of Finance.
The Department of Finance administers a number of benefits for property owners in the form of exemptions and abatements. Exemptions lower the amount of tax one owes by reducing the property's assessed value. This data contains exemption information for Government, Not-for-Profit and Commercial Exemptions.
Expenditures include: Schedule D (In-Kind Contributions) + Schedule F (Expenditure Payments) + Schedule H: Type 1 (Transfers Out) + Schedule N: Last Disclosure Statement Only (Outstanding Liabilities) and (Advances) - Schedule L (Expenditure Refunds).
J-51 is a property tax exemption and abatement for renovating a residential apartment building or conversion to multiple dwellings.
J-51 is a property tax exemption and abatement for renovating a residential apartment building. The benefit varies depending on the building's location and the type of improvement.
The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) determines the eligibility for the program. Finance administers the benefit. Once approved you must complete and submit Finance's J-51 Property Tax Exemption and Abatement Application. You need to include the certificate of Eligibility from HPD with your application.
This map shows the NYC Taxi Zones, which correspond to the pickup and drop-off zones, or LocationIDs, included in the Yellow, Green, and FHV Trip Records published to Open Data. The taxi zones are roughly based on NYC Department of City Planning’s Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTAs) and are meant to approximate neighborhoods, so you can see which neighborhood a passenger was picked up in, and which neighborhood they were dropped off in.
This dataset provides a machine-readable format for the data that populates the "NYC Free Tax Preparation Site Finder" map hosted on DCA's website. The dataset includes the name and address of the service provider, its hours of operation, services available, and required geo-spacial data elements used by the map.
DCA's Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) DCA coordinates the City’s Annual Tax Season Initiative which offers free tax preparation services to qualifying New Yorkers. NYC Free Tax Prep sites are displayed on a map at nyc.gov/taxprep (https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dca/TaxMap/index.html)
The map is updated whenever a new site is added or an existing site changes its hours of operation or services provided.