Hutchinson River Parkway Transportation Corridor Study was undertaken by the New York City Department of City Planning Bronx Borough Office and Transportation Division. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the transportation needs along and surrounding the Hutchinson River Parkway corridor with the goal of improving existing conditions and developing longer-term recommendations for improvements as the area continues to grow.
Review Session Agenda for June 1st, 2015 is now available.
On May 27, 2015 the City Council adopted the Vanderbilt Corridor text amendment with modifications. The text amendment is now in effect.
Zoning for Quality and Affordability:
Community District Profiles are now available highlighting elements of the Zoning for Quality and Affordability proposal that would or would not apply to communities. The profiles include maps and charts that illustrate where each aspect of the proposal would apply.
BYTES of the BIG APPLE - Zoning Tax Lot Database: The May 2015 release of the Zoning Tax Lot Database is now available on the Bytes of the Big Apple page of the DCP website.
BYTES of the BIG APPLE - NYC GIS Zoning Features: May 2015 release is now available for download.
BYTES of the BIG APPLE - Sidewalk Cafes: May 2015 release is now available for download.
Old Howard Beach, Hamilton Beach and Broad Channel: The Old Howard Beach, Hamilton Beach, and Broad Channel Community Advisory Committee convened most recently on May 4th to learn about resiliency alternatives for commercial areas and to review the draft framework for the Resilient Neighborhoods study area.
Position Available: 193766 - Senior City Planner (Bronx Office)
Review Session Agenda for May 18th, 2015 is now available.
Theinitiative will consider the unique characteristics of commercial retail corridors located within New York City’s floodplain and the specific risks and opportunities each faces in order to manage flood risk and strengthen the vitality of retail corridors and the neighborhoods they serve.
Special Regulations for Neighborhood Recovery: The Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery (HRO), the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the Department of City Planning (DCP) are proposing a zoning text amendment to accelerate post-Hurricane Sandy recovery and enable flood-resilient building construction in certain waterfront neighborhoods throughout the flood zone in areas of the City (Staten Island, Queens and Brooklyn) that have experienced a high concentration of damage and where thousands of properties are expected to be elevated or rebuilt to comply with flood-resistant construction standards and to protect property owners against higher flood insurance premiums.
Press Release: City Planning Commission (CPC) Chairman Carl Weisbrod Made The Following Remarks At Today's CPC Vote To Approve The City's Vanderbilt Corridor and Private One Vanderbilt Applications
Zoning Text: corrections have been made to Arcticles IX chapter3 and XIII chapter 2.
BYTES of the BIG APPLE - NYC GIS Zoning Features: March 2015 release is now available for download.
BYTES of the BIG APPLE - Sidewalk Cafes: March 2015 release is now available for download.
Position Available: 188737 - Office Manager (Queens Borough Office)
Position Available: 188667 - Desktop Support Analyst (Information Technology - PC & Network Services Division)
Review Session Agenda for March 30th, 2015 is now available.
Population: U.S. Census Bureau's Population Estimates for July 1, 2014 are now available for New York City and Boroughs.
Special Meeting Calendar for March 30th, 2015 is now available.
Public Meeting Calendar for April 1st, 2015 is now available.
The City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) - Environmental Requirements, Appendix C Table 1 has been updated (3/17/15).
Vanderbilt Corridor and One Vanderbilt: On March 20, 2015, the New York City Department of City Planning, on behalf of the City Planning Commission as lead agency, issued a Notice of Completion for a Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Vanderbilt Corridor and One Vanderbilt project.
Zoning Maps: Includes all amendments approved by the City Council up to March 11, 2015.
Population: New demographic, social, and economic tables from the American Community Survey (ACS), 2013 releases, are now available for New York City, boroughs, and PUMAs (CDs).
Zoning Text: Includes all amendments to reflect recent administrative corrections.
Staten Island Mall Enlargement: On March 13, 2015, the New York City Department of City Planning, on behalf of the City Planning Commission as the lead agency, issued a Notice of Completion for a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Staten Island Mall Enlargement project.
Cromwell Avenue -Jerome Avenue Transportation Study (2015), As a part of the Jerome Avenue Neighborhood Study, the New York City Department of City Planning Transportation Division is undertaking a transportation study of the area around Cromwell Avenue and Jerome Avenue in the Bronx.
The City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) - Restrictive Declarations, Appendix C Table 2 has been updated (3/6/15).
Zoning Text: Includes all amendments approved by the City Council up to February 26, 2015.
Public Meeting Calendar for March 18th, 2015 is now available.
Zoning Maps: Map 22a and 22c have been updated with approved zoning change and map correction has been added to map 16d.
Zoning for Quality and Affordability: the Housing New York: Zoning for Quality and Affordability Text Amendment proposes changes to zoning regulations to the rules that shape buildings, senior housing and parking requirements, among other housing-related regulations. .
The City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) - Environmental Requirements, Appendix C Table 1 has been updated (1/22/15). The City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) - Restrictive Declarations, Appendix C Table 2 has been updated (1/21/15).
Position Available: 182006: Director of Human Capital and Operations (Operations Division)
Hudson Yards Parking Text Amendment:
As required by the settlement, DCP has updated the Hudson Yards Development Supply and Reservoir Surplus and Other Required Calculations. The Hudson Yards Development Parking Supply is now 2,061 spaces. The Reservoir Surplus is now 2,380 spaces.