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. Read the press release
NYCHA is Prepared for Extreme Cold Temperatures We have extra staff on hand to monitor and maintain all mobile boilers throughout our developments. Roving teams of NYCHA heat and hot water specialists are on patrol in all five boroughs to address emergencies 24/7. Residents can call 718-707-7771 to generate a work order for heat and hot water issues. More cold weather tips
NYCHA’s 48th Annual Black History Month Celebration On Thursday, February 19, NYCHA hosted its 48th annual Black History Month Celebration in the Ceremonial Room at 90 Church Street. Read more
Free Tax Preparation for NYCHA Residents NYCHA’s Office of Resident Economic Empowerment and Sustainability (REES) has partnered with Food Bank For NYC to offer FREE tax prep services to NYCHA residents earning $53,000 per year or less through the Virtual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. Services last from January 25-April 11. See the schedule.
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. Download here: English | Spanish
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. Sign up for NYCHA Alerts Flyer (English, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese)
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. Read the testimony
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 Infographic Press Release