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Getting NYCHA Residents Registered

NYCHA marked National Voter Registration Day on September 24 by encouraging Bronx residents to register to vote.


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NYCHA Is Hiring Exterminators

Job ID: 387395

Minimum requirement:


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5,900 Apartments To Receive Major Repairs

Residents of the following developments in Manhattan and Brooklyn will benefit from major repairs to their apartments and buildings thanks to NYCHA’s Permanent Affordability Commitment Together (PACT) program: Linden, Boulevard, Williamsburg, Harlem River I and II, Audubon, Bethune Gardens, and Marshall Plaza.


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Winter Employment Opportunities at NYCHA

NYCHA is hiring Temporary Snow Removal Workers to remove snow and ice at NYCHA properties throughout the city.

To register, visit the NYCHA Human Resources Department, located at 90 Church Street, 5th floor, New York, NY 10007 on the following dates/times:


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Summers at the Woodhull Youthmarket

Marcy Houses resident Jayda Frazier reflects on her time working for the Woodhull Youthmarket operated by GrowNYC in partnership with Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation. Visit the Youthmarket on Wednesdays at Woodhull Hospital at Broadway and Flushing Avenues, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., now open until November 27, 2019.


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National Night Out

On August 6, NYCHA staff helped celebrate National Night Out events with residents, NYPD officers, community board representatives, and elected officials in Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, and Queens.


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Baruch Addition Says, “We Are Family”

Though it was the first Family Day for Baruch Addition, a development for seniors on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, “Family Days” have been a NYCHA tradition for many years.


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Upgrades Coming for 2,700 Residents

More than 2,700 NYCHA residents in Bushwick, Brooklyn, will see major repairs and renovations to their homes, scheduled to be completed in 2021.


Vibrant New Mural for Wald Houses

A new mural series at the Lillian Wald Senior Center vividly showcases the rich history and culture of immigrants who shaped the Lower East Side and continue to shape the community.


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Electric Tilt Trucks Will Improve Trash Pickup

NYCHA is piloting a faster way to handle garbage pickup with the use of six new, 100 percent electric-powered tilt trucks. The trucks will also improve development cleanliness at six sites and reduce the Authority’s vehicle-related carbon emissions.



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