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Message on the Increased Federal Resources for Affordable & Public Housing

For the first time in decades, Congress has significantly increased the federal resources available for affordable and public housing, recognizing the critical role that housing plays in our lives, our communities, and our economy.

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Snow Day Cleanup!

NYCHA staff came in at 7 a.m. the morning of the March 21 nor’easter to begin snow removal, keeping our residents safe. 

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NYCHA is Hiring!

NYCHA is committed to creating safe, clean, connected homes for public housing residents, and we need your help.

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Apply Now for an Affordable Apartment in Harlem

Applications are being accepted now through April 6 for affordable apartments in a newly renovated building, Randolph Houses North, which was once part of NYCHA’s Randolph Houses. NYCHA residents (including former Randolph Houses residents), NYCHA Section 8 voucher holders, and applicants on NYCHA’s waitlist will receive preference for 25 percent of the Harlem building’s 106 affordable apartments.

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Mayor Supports NYCHA Heat Upgrades

City Invests $200 Million for New Boilers and Heating Systems at 20 Developments

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A Better Way to Pay Your Rent

Paying your rent is even easier thanks to NYCHA's new rent payment processing service, which launched in January 2018. It features a host of service upgrades including:

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Gotham Gazette: De Blasio’s Record on NYCHA

"Despite steadily shrinking federal support for public housing, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) has made significant gains in public safety and in balancing its annual operating budget under Mayor Bill de Blasio, who is up for reelection on Tuesday. His support for NYCHA, where about half a million low-income New Yorkers live, has set him apart from his predecessors, Michael Bloomberg and Rudy Giuliani, neither of whom matched de Blasio’s financial and programmatic commitment to the city’s public housing authority and residents, according to documents and experts."

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Heating Season is Here

Updated Guidelines for NYC Building Owners

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NYC: Get Notified

The NYC Notify app is a new service from the City that sends important information and updates to subscribers’ phones.

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Turn a New Page at the Library

The New York Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library, and Queens Library have teamed up for a special fine forgiveness program. Starting October 19, anyone 17 and under will have their library fines cleared and blocks on their library cards lifted.

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