Local Law 97 is an NYC’s plan to drive down greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from buildings. With few exceptions, all buildings over 25,000 square feet – around 60% of the City’s building area – are covered under the law. Click here to see what you need to know.
Learn how to connect with NYPD Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs), a special, community-needs focused police officer designed to help property owners and other neighborhood stakeholders. The BID encourages you to share your issues with them. It’s important to be proactive about staff, customer, and store safety. Click here to find resources on crime prevention.
Inevitably, you will get a summons operating a business in New York City. Whether it’s from DSNY, DOB, or any of the other numerous city agencies, it’s important to note that you have the right to contest a ticket. Learn how here.
Making sure you’re following the Americans with Disabilities Act is critical, but there’s numerous pitfalls in older, landmarked districts that add to the challenge. Click here for more information on what property owners need to know about making sure they’re providing access.