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(E)designations Text Amendment
The City Council has approved a Citywide text amendment to Section 11-15 and related sections of the Zoning Resolution, proposed by the Department of City planning, to update the regulations governing Environmental “(E)” designations. This text amendment is being closely coordinated with the New York City Office of Environmental Remediation (OER) and will result in a more streamlined and transparent (E) Program – the City’s process for establishing environmental requirements related to hazardous materials, air quality, and noise on potential development sites identified during City Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) for proposed rezonings. (Adopted March 28, 2012)
Police Precincts in Manhattan South
Find out about police services, precinct locations, and crime statistics for Manhattan South.
Privately Owned Public Space (POPS)
Privately Owned Public Spaces are an amenity provided and maintained by a developer for public use, in exchange for additional floor area. POPS typically contain functional and visual amenities such as tables, chairs, and planting for the purpose of public use and enjoyment.
Residential Streetscape Preservation Text Amendment
The text amendment will strengthen front yard planting regulations, create stricter rules for front yard parking in one and two family residence districts, introduce new curb cut regulations in residential districts where they are currently lacking, and clarify the intent of many other regulations relating to parking and curb cuts in residential districts – Adopted April 14, 2010
Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation of the State of New York (RIOC)
The RIOC's mandate is to plan, design, develop, operate, maintain, and manage Roosevelt Island, located in New York City's East River.
ArtSeenSoho is an interactive map of art, shopping, and life South of Houston.
Times Square
Learn about all Times Square has to offer, including dining, shopping, and entertainment on Times Square's Official website.
Vision 2020: New York City Comprehensive Waterfront Plan
Released on March 14, 2011, Vision 2020 is the culmination of a year-long, participatory planning process involving multiple agencies and organizations and input from New Yorkers in every borough. Building on the City's success in opening up to the public miles of shoreline that had been inaccessible for decades, and supporting expansion of the maritime industry, Vision 2020 sets the stage for expanded use of our waterfront for parks, housing and economic development, and our waterways for transportation, recreation and natural habitats. The 10-year plan lays out a vision for the future with new citywide policies and site-specific recommendations.
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Waterfront Revitalization Program
The Department of City Planning is proposing a series of revisions to the Waterfront Revitalization Program (WRP) in order to proactively advance the long-term goals laid out in Vision 2020: The New York City Comprehensive Waterfront Plan, released in 2011. The WRP is the City’s primary coastal zone management tool, and the proposed revisions, currently undergoing public review, emphasize sustainability and climate resilience planning, promote a range of ecological objectives and strategies, facilitate interagency review of permitting to preserve and enhance maritime infrastructure, and support a thriving, sustainable working waterfront.
Waterfront Design Guidelines Text Amendment
The City Council adopted the text amendment, proposed by the Department of City Planning, to Waterfront Public Access Area design regulations – Adopted April 22, 2009.
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