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Emergency Assistance Rehousing Program (EARP)
The Emergency Assistance Rehousing Program (EARP) offers both Section 8 subsidies and cash bonuses to landlords who make apartments available to homeless families.
Anti-Abandonment Program
The Department of Housing Preservation and Development has developed an initiative based on preservation and restoration of at-risk housing stock.
Construction and Permits FAQ
Find out about Buildings Department licensing and forms, the repurcussions of doing construction without a permit, and ensuring that trade licenses are current on the Construction and Permits FAQ
Dead Tree Removal Request Form
Fill out this online form to request that the Dept. of Parks & Recreation remove a dead tree; Parks pledges to inspect and remove dead trees within 30 days of notification.
Department of Buildings: Forms and Instructions for Construction Projects and Inspections
Find information from the Department of Buildings (DOB) on different construction-related projects, including inspection checklists and test result forms.
Designating Landmarks
Find out how the Landmarks Preservation Commission designates City landmarks and see a list of previous designations.
Forms for Residential Owners from the Dept. of Housing Preservation and Development
Download forms related to lead-based paint treatment, property registration, building improvement programs, and other issues from the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
Get Federal Loan Information on provides information on a variety of loans from the US Dept. of Education, the National Institute of Health (NIH), and other governmental agencies.
Graffiti Removal Program: Consent to Enter and Release of Liability
This form gives the City permission to enter and paint over graffiti.
Historic Image of Your Home
Between 1939 and 1941, the City photographed every building and house in the five boroughs. Purchase these images through the Department of Records.
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