Ever wonder where your neighborhood got its name? The 2022 edition of our City of Neighborhoods map better represents the hills, valleys, and ridges that have inspired many neighborhood names throughout NYC. The map also has key statistical data about our city’s population.
NYC plans to modernize and update our city’s zoning regulations to support small businesses, create affordable housing, and promote sustainability – part of Mayor Eric Adams’ vision for a more inclusive, equitable “City of Yes.” Learn about Zoning for Zero Carbon, Zoning for Economic Opportunity, and Zoning for Housing Opportunity.
The Mayor’s Office of Food Policy and the Department of City Planning worked with the Urban Design Forum to help make sure every community has equitable access to fresh food. Learn more from Mayor Eric Adams here.
Help us plan for the future of New York City with an equity lens. We have dozens of opportunities for planners, designers, IT pros, HR specialists, and much more. View all the openings at nyc.gov/planning-careers.
NYC's new Equitable Development Data Explorer will help you have conversations about racial equity and planning for a fairer city. The explorer gives you easy access to data about housing, demographics, public health and more. You can compare that data across neighborhoods and racial and ethnic groups. Learn more here.