NYCHA publishes a number of periodicals and reports to keep our community in touch with news, events, changes to policy, safety initiatives, programs, services, and capital improvements.
NYCHA Annual Report (2012) The NYCHA Annual Report is a comprehensive account on the Authority's activities in 2012. In it you will find information about NYCHA and its Board, community investment, partnerships, and resident engagement. Home: 2012 Annual Report Translations of the NYCHA 2012 Annual Report in Spanish, Chinese and Russian will be available soon.
NYCHA Employee Bulletin Employees can access the latest information on Authority wide initiatives, programs and events, as well as outstanding employee achievements. Retirees can also stay current with NYCHA developments and employee life by downloading the NYCHA Employee Bulletin. Download the Latest Issue (in PDF)
Reshaping NYCHA Support Functions BCG Report: NYCHA Key Findings and Recommendations Working together, the combined NYCHA-BCG project team identified over $70 million in annual central support cost savings that could be used to close NYCHA's budget gap and reinvest in frontline operations. This document provides a summary of the NYCHA-BCG team's work, highlighting the key recommendations and how NYCHA will reap the value over the next several years. BCG Report and Key Findings, Recommendations
The Plan NYCHA: A Roadmap for Preservation report is an ambitious call to foster partnerships as well as maintain and improve public housing services for current and future generations of New Yorkers.
The NYCHA Annual Report is a comprehensive account on the Authority's activities throughout 2010. In it you will find information about NYCHA and its Board, community investment, partnerships, and resident engagement.
Safety and Security Task Force Report The Safety and Security Task Force, a partnership among the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), Citywide Council of Presidents (CCOP), and New York City Police Department (NYPD), released its first detailed report on the work it has accomplished to make public housing in New York City safer and more secure for residents. Recommendations made by the Task Force have led to numerous solutions that improve safety in NYCHA developments, including the upcoming installation of layered access control in Mott Haven Houses, the creation of Resident Watch and standardizing signage throughout all buildings. Brought about by collaboration between NYCHA and the CCOP, the Safety and Security Task Force convened for the first time in December 2009.
Download the report (in PDF) Download the report in Spanish (in PDF) Download the report in Chinese (in PDF) Download the report in Russian (in PDF) Chairman's Town Hall Meeting Powerpoint Safety Security 4-8-11 (in PDF)