Customer Service

The Mayor's Office of Operations implements and oversees citywide customer service initiatives to ensure that every customer who interacts with the City - whether in-person, over the phone, by letter, by email, or via - receives the best customer service possible.

Customer Service Week
The Customer Service Group coordinates the participation of more than 20 agencies in this fun and festive week where agencies recognize the important contributions of frontline staff.

Customer Service NewsletterView Current Issue | View Past Issues
The NYC Customer Service Newsletter is published four times a year and covers topics related to customer service provided by City agencies to the public.

Language Access
In July 2008, Executive Order 120 was signed, creating a centralized language access policy for New York City. The Mayor's Office of Operations has the responsibility of ensuring that City agencies effectively meet the needs of the LEP population.

Facility Inspection Program
At least once a year, CORE inspectors visit each of the City's over 300 walk-in centers and rate the centers on customer service and facility conditions. Facility inspection findings are sent to agencies so that they can correct any problems.

NYC Feedback: Citywide Customer Survey Results
The NYC Feedback Citywide Customer Survey was sent to 100,000 randomly-selected New York City households in June 2008 to assess New Yorker's opinions of City services. The Survey asked residents for their opinions about important characteristics of the City and services provided by City government.

Business Owner's Bill of Rights 
In 2010, the City Council passed Local Law 18 requiring the Mayor’s Office of Operations to create a bill of rights to set forth clear customer service standards. The goal of the bill of rights is to encourage more constructive interactions between small business owners and agency inspectors.