NYCHA may require fees or charges for: 

  • Parking 
  • The use of heavy-duty appliances, such as air conditioners or washing machines 
  • Labor, materials, and equipment costs for the repair of damages caused by residents
  • Key or lock replacement

A 20 percent discount for parking and appliance surcharge fees will be given to 82 percent of NYCHA residents, specifically senior citizens, the disabled, and residents who pay less than ceiling rent.

Learn more and get fee schedules:

Online

Download NYCHA's Resident Handbook.

In Person

Please visit your Property Management Office or NYCHA Borough Management Office.

Before installing any major appliance, such as air conditioners, freezers, dishwashers, and washing machines, NYCHA residents must obtain written permission from their Property Management Office.

The Property Management Office will advise regarding installation and charges for additional consumption of electricity and water.

NYCHA issues parking permits for vehicles in NYCHA Parking Lots. 

Annual parking fees for non-reserved parking spots are:

  • $60 for disabled residents, senior residents, and residents paying discounted rent
  • $75 for residents paying non-discounted rent
  • Nonresidents: Queens $1200, Brooklyn or Bronx $1080 (not available in Manhattan and Staten Island)

The full parking fee schedule and monthly fees information for reserved parking and non-resident parking is available at building management offices or online.

Learn more about NYCHA:

NYCHA Parking

Parking fees and rates

Reserved Space

If you have a reserved space in a NYCHA Parking Lot that is occupied by an unauthorized vehicle, you can contact the Development Property Manager during business hours to initiate towing.  You may also contact NYCHA’s Unauthorized Vehicle Line to report the incident.

Missing Vehicle

If your vehicle was parked in a NYCHA Parking Lot and is now missing, you can check with the Development Property Manager for a daily report of vehicles that have been towed from the lots at the development.

Check with the Property Manager to confirm, then contact the Development's towing company for more information on how to retrieve your vehicle. The towing company information is also posted on signs around the parking lot.

NYCHA’s Unauthorized Vehicle Line may also have information.

Call 311 to report the problem during hours.