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Mayor de Blasio and HUD Secretary Castro announce energy savings program at NYCHA
Initiative estimated to provide at least $100 million in building work to reduce city emissions while lowering energy costs, preserving funds for vital repairs and upgrades, and creating hundreds of green jobs.
Read the Mayor's press release.

Welcome to the NYCHA Journal
You'll notice changes, not just in The Journal’s design, but also in the kinds of stories we publish. These changes reflect our new mission to inform, inspire and engage.
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$3 Billion in Federal Funds to Repair and Protect 33 Sandy-Damaged NYCHA Developments Housing Thousands
March 31, 2015 —New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and U.S. Senator Charles Schumer announced today approximately $3 billion in federal funding to repair and protect 33 public housing developments that sustained severe damage during Hurricane Sandy – the largest FEMA grant in the history of the agency.
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Mayor de Blasio and NYCHA Chair & CEO Olatoye announce Michael Kelly as NYCHA's next General Manager
March 25, 2015 — Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York City Housing Authority Chair and CEO Shola Olatoye announced the appointment of Michael P. Kelly as the Authority’s next General Manager.
Read the press release
Infographic on CCTV installation

NextGeneration NYCHA
NYCHA's Chair & CEO, Shola Olatoye, is excited to announce a new strategic initiative designed to preserve New York’s public housing for the next generation of New Yorkers.
Complete letter from Chair & CEO
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NYCHA Prepares
Are you prepared for an emergency? NYCHA has infographics, videos, and city-wide resources to help you prepare. Learn more:
NYCHA Prepares Info and Resources
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Track Open Apartment Repairs With NYCHA Alerts
Public housing residents can now track open apartment repair tickets online with NYCHA Alerts. The service still sends residents updates on building service outages and restoration. Residents can also use the service to notify NYCHA of any special needs in case of an emergency.
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Mayor and City Council announce 29 developments to get new cameras and security upgrades by EOY
March 24, 2015 — Mayor Bill de Blasio, Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and New York City Housing Authority Chair and CEO Shola Olatoye announced today that 29 NYCHA developments will receive cameras and other security enhancements by the end of 2015. This is on top of the 49 2014-funded CCTV projects the Authority installed as scheduled at the end of last year thanks to the support and collaboration of City Council, city partners and the administration.
Read the press release
Infographic on CCTV installation




NYCHA Food Business Pathways
The Food Business Pathways progam—exclusively for NYCHA residents—provides free customized training and resources to launch and grow your food business. The program will prepare participants to enter New York City’s kitchen incubators and to succeed in growing businesses in the city’s food industry.
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Swifter capital repairs on the way thanks to newly signed labor agreement with building trades union
NYCHA announces an agreement with the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York, as well as its affiliated unions, that will benefit public housing residents.
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FY2015 Annual Plan Meetings
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Safety and Lighting at NYCHA
NYCHA Chair & CEO Shola Olatoye testified to the New York City Council's Committee on Public Housing about lighting and safety at NYCHA.
Learn more on NYCHA Now!




New York City Council Testimony
February 10, 2015 — NYCHA Chair & CEO Shola Olatoye gives a statement on NYCHA's Public Private Partnership to Preserve and Protect Project-Based Section 8 Housing.
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NYCHA Metrics
As the New York City Housing Authority moves forward with a commitment to greater transparency, NYCHA has launched NYCHA Metrics on its public-facing website found here.
NYCHA Metrics
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$210.5MM invested in safety, security, quality of life
Chair and CEO Shola Olatoye joined Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Council at Wagner Houses to make the announcemnt on July 8, 2014.
Fact Sheet: Making NYC's Neighborhoods and Housing Developments Safer
Reactions to Mayor de Blasio's Plan




Events Roundup
There are always interesting happenings at NYCHA. Here are some of the latest activities within the largest housing authority in the United States.
Events Roundup

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