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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.
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Join the conversation and get informed on issues impacting your home and community. Check out the Draft Annual Plan, as well as presentations and video from our town hall meetings:
NYCHA's FY 2015 Annual Plan

Julián Castro confirmed as US HUD secretary
Statement from NYCHA Chair and CEO Shola Olatoye: The New York City Housing Authority is pleased to congratulate Secretary-designate Julián Castro on his new role heading the federal agency that provides vital support to public housing where more than half a million New Yorkers live. NYCHA has long had a positive, productive relationship with HUD and we know that with Castro's dynamic leadership that relationship will continue to thrive while together we focus on the important mission of preserving and developing affordable, safe public housing.
Politico: Julián Castro confirmed as secretary of Housing and Urban Development

$210.5 MM 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

Chair and CEO Shola Olatoye interviewed on NY1
Errol Louis interviewed Olatoye on the June 30, 2014 broadcast of NY1's "Inside City Hall."
Watch the interview on YouTube





NYC Budget Agreement for Fiscal Year 2015
Chair and CEO Shola Olatoye thanked Mayor de Blasio and New York City Council for recognizing the crucial need for support services, safety measures and security programs that serve public housing residents.
Read Olatoye's statement
Read the press release from Mayor de Blasio's office




Section 8 Tenants: Find an apartment more easily
Finding affordable housing in New York City can be difficult, which is why NYCHA is helping to make the search easier by partnering with GoSection8 to offer online listings of properties available to voucher holders seeking residential dwellings in the private market.
Visit a list of available apartment or browse listings




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




Mayor Bill de Blasio names Richard D. Baron to the NYCHA Board
Baron is a distinguished national leader with a track record of transformative success in affordable housing development and management.
Read the press release
Read Baron's biography




Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYCHA Chair & CEO Olatoye announce the start of CCTV installation at Boulevard Houses
June 11, 2014 — Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Comptroller Scott Stringer joined public housing residents in East New York, NYCHA Chair & CEO Shola Olatoye, and Council Member Inez Barron to announce the start of a long-overdue security camera installation at Boulevard Houses in East New York, Brooklyn, and five other developments around the city, in an effort by the administration to engage and be more responsive to the needs of public housing residents.
Press release from the Mayor's Office




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 de Blasio unveils affordable housing plan
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Housing New York: A Five-Borough, Ten-Year Plan, a $41 billion plan to build or preserve 200,000 affordable units.
Read the full plan
Plan summary (slides in PDF)
Press release from the Mayor's Office




NYCHA continues to reduce number of open maintenance and repair work orders
As of May 1, 2014, the total number of open maintenance and repair work orders at NYCHA was 80,948. When NYCHA began its Maintenance & Repair Action Plan in January 2013, there were 422,639 open work orders. This represents a reduction of nearly 342,000 work orders.
See the Latest Maintenance & Repair Action Plan Results

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