Communities are central to developing solutions for the future of their neighborhoods. In understanding the goals, concerns, aspirations, values, priorities, and vision for a neighborhood, as articulated by the community, the City can more effectively engage with people to plan investments that meet community needs.
HPD's Office of Neighborhood Strategies and partner City agencies are working with communities throughout the city to plan for the preservation and development of affordable housing in a manner that fosters more equitable, diverse, and livable neighborhoods.
Whether it is planning at the neighborhood level, or for specific, City-owned sites, our Community Visioning Workshops strive to ensure that publicly-supported development achieves community objectives. Visit the NYC Neighborhood Planning Playbook page for more information about our process.
Explore our active community visioning sites, neighborhood focus areas, and citywide planning initiatives by returning to the neighborhood planning menu.
For development opportunities, visit our RFEI, RFP, RFQ page. To learn more about projects that have been designated through this community planning and RFP process, explore our featured projects filter.
Community members interested in HPD's planning initiatives can contact us to bring housing resources directly to your community. We partner with local elected officials, community groups, and sister agencies to organize landlord and tenant resource fairs where building owners and tenants can have one-on-one discussions with representatives of non-profits and government agencies and receive consultations, apply for services, and resolve housing-related issues. Call 212-863-8830 to plan an event for your community. View the events calendar for upcoming events.