A temporary partial vacate order is in effect for 333 East 181st Street in the Bronx. The third floor remains vacated. This is due to the fire that occurred on January 9, 2022. Building management will contact residents to notify them if they can reoccupy their homes.

The City’s service center closed on Friday, January 28.

As residents are able to return home, those who wish to reside in emergency hotels can stay until Monday, March 7.

Learn about resources for those who were affected by the fire.

BronxWorks is providing long-term case management to affected residents. BronxWorks is a locally based nonprofit that has been tasked with case management for people impacted by the North West Fire. Assistance is available regardless of immigration status or official residency.

BronxWorks is working with local and state agencies to coordinate services, as well with local nonprofits to provide aid and services to those impacted.

Some examples of services it can offer include:

  • Housing
  • Section-8 voucher assistance
  • Furniture replacement
  • Burial expenses
  • Long-term case management
  • Financial assistance
  • Moving costs
  • Rental assistance
  • Immigration issues
  • Mental health support
  • Health services

You can register and get more information online, in person, or by phone.

Get more information about long-term case management and assistance:


Email bxfire2022@bronxworks.org.

In Person

  • Webster Avenue Office
    3133 Webster Avenue
    Bronx, NY 10467
  • Avenue St. John Office
    630 Southern Blvd
    Bronx, NY 10455

By Phone

Call (646) 993-0801

CVR New York

If you need further assistance you can register for housing assistance with CVR New York. CVR New York is assisting East 181st Street tenants with a Housing Choice Voucher subsidy.


Visit the CVR New York site.

Email: twinparksrelo@crvassociates.com

In Person

2111 Southern Blvd
Bronx, NY 10460
Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

By Phone

Call: (917) 727-1914

The NYC Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP) reminds those affected that they are entitled to NYC Paid Safe and Sick Leave for any physical injuries, illnesses, or other health care needs. This also includes mental health services.

For more information or to file a complaint, visit the Paid Safe and Sick Leave page.

You can download a Department of Health factsheet with information on air quality, potential health effects, and safe cleanup for the residents of Twin Parks North West at 333 East 181st Street and those who live nearby. The factsheet is available in multiple languages.

Download a factsheet with health and cleanup information in:

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