2008-2010 three year estimates of Population data from the American Community Survey
The ACS is a continuous national survey that aims to provide data more than once a decade for all places in the nation. For New York City and its five boroughs, the ACS makes it possible to obtain an annual update of characteristics for each of 55 Census designated PUMA subareas, which approximate NYC Community Districts.
City Planning's NYC Census FactFinder application allows users to interactively create population profiles from the 2000 and 2010 Censuses using census tracts or Neighborhood Tabulation Areas (NTAs).
ZoLa, the Zoning and Land Use application, is City Planning’s gis-based web application. It is a one stop shop for zoning information. ZoLa provides a simple way to find a wide range of land use information in interactive, highly readable map layers pertaining to a particular property, or to the city at large. ZoLa lets users enter an address and quickly find a wealth of information including: property ownership, zoning and related opportunities and regulations and land uses in the surrounding area.
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NYC CityMap is New York City’s online map portal. The portal provides a wealth of information including the locations of schools, day care centers, senior centers, libraries, hospitals, subways, and more, as well as links to Web sites for these facilities. This page is also a single access point to many of the numerous location-based applications on NYC.gov such as online property, building, statistics, and census information. The maps can be navigated either by entering a specific address or simply using zoom and scroll tools, similar to other online map applications.
Waterfront Revitalization Program
The Department of City Planning is proposing a series of revisions to the Waterfront Revitalization Program (WRP) in order to proactively advance the long-term goals laid out in Vision 2020: The New York City Comprehensive Waterfront Plan, released in 2011. The WRP is the City’s primary coastal zone management tool, and the proposed revisions, currently undergoing public review, emphasize sustainability and climate resilience planning, promote a range of ecological objectives and strategies, facilitate interagency review of permitting to preserve and enhance maritime infrastructure, and support a thriving, sustainable working waterfront.
Vision 2020: The NYC Comprehensive Waterfront Plan
Released on March 14, 2011, Vision 2020 is the culmination of a year-long, participatory planning process involving multiple agencies and organizations and input from New Yorkers in every borough. Building on the City's success in opening up to the public miles of shoreline that had been inaccessible for decades, and supporting expansion of the maritime industry, Vision 2020 sets the stage for expanded use of our waterfront for parks, housing and economic development, and our waterways for transportation, recreation and natural habitats. The 10-year plan lays out a vision for the future with new citywide policies and site-specific recommendations.
City Planning Commission (CPC) Reports are the official records of actions taken by the CPC. The reports reflect the determinations of the Commission with respect to land use applications, including those subject to the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP), and resource such as zoning text amendments and 197-a community-based plans.