We've done so much in the past two years. Thank you to our elected and community leaders, residents, and staff for getting us this far. Join us and let's keep the momentum going. Follow #NextGenNYCHA this month for more in-depth info about our accomplishments.
Friday 6/23 is the last day that the #IDNYContheGo! mobile van will be at Boston Secor Houses. Get your IDNYC, which serves as the pass for getting into museums and cultural institutions across the five boroughs like the Bronx Zoo.
FREE Financial Counseling! Connect to certified financial counselors citywide via Opportunity Connect. Get on the path to a brighter financial future.
Hurricane Sandy demonstrated how dangerous coastal storms could be. The storm forced more than 375,000 New York City residents to evacuate, and roughly 2.5 million people lost power. Make an emergency plan with your loved ones today. Be prepared. Know your zone. Visit NYC.gov/knowyourzone or call 311 for more information. #knowyourzone
"The result is a win-win for residents and NYCHA as a whole. Repairs to existing buildings will improve quality of life, and residents will also benefit from their development’s new playground space and recreational facilities."
"A Queens affordable housing complex ravaged by Hurricane Sandy is getting a multi-million dollar touch up. With the help of federal, state, and private investments, the city's housing authority is using more than 500 million dollars to upgrade the Ocean Bay Apartments in Arverne." #NYCHAStrong #NextGenNYCHA
Shola Olatoye is the Chair & CEO of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA). NYCHA is the largest public housing authority in the nation – providing decent and affordable housing for more than 620,000 New Yorkers with low and moderate incomes. Ms. Olatoye has led NYCHA’s efforts to improve residents’ quality of life and to help fulfill Mayor de Blasio’s plan to create or preserve 200,000 affordable housing units over the next 10 years.
Do you want a high paying construction job with benefits? REGISTER NOW for our Green Jobs event happening on Tuesday, 6/20 at 10 am.
Get the credentials you need to advance your career. Opportunities are also available for ages 16-24. Call 718-289-8100 or 718-302-2057 to attend a REES info session.
Interested residents may also visit http://opportunitynycha.org/ to browse opportunities nearby!
We're breaking ground on renovations at Ocean Bay Bayside Apartments today!
A job hazard analysis is completed by each contractor, for each major task, at every Sandy Recovery Project Site. Here at the Red Hook Senior Center, workers attached a HEPA vacuum to a concrete scarifying machine. This minimizes silica dust exposure while workers smooth out the new concrete floor. #NationalSafetyMonth #SafeNYCHA #NYCHAStrong