Report being charged a fee to apply for housing sponsored by the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
Learn about the City and State agency charges, fees, and fines that appear on your property tax bill.
Report animal odor from a residence.
Report a maintenance problem in a privately-owned residential building.
Learn about the rules for commercial and residential barbecuing, find a place to barbecue in a park, or report barbecuing where it is not allowed.
Report bed bugs.
Make a complaint about bees or wasps.
Report a vehicle that is blocking your driveway.
Report building construction work that is unsafe, done without a permit, after hours, or outside approved plans.
Report a problem with a cable TV, phone, or internet provider.
Call 911 to report carbon monoxide emission or poisoning. Learn about carbon monoxide detector requirements.
Report an unusable (derelict) chained bike or a bike chained to a tree on the street or in a park.
Report chemical odors or chemicals that are abandoned or not stored safely.
Report a spill of chemicals or other hazardous material onto a roadway, sidewalk, or indoors.
Report that child proof stove knob covers are not provided to a tenant.
Report a commercial vehicle parked in a residential driveway or lot.
Report a problem with a co-op or condo sponsor.
Report a curb that is damaged, painted, or illegally cut for a driveway.
Learn how to dispose of dead pets or wildlife on your property.
Report a dead animal in a public place, including sidewalks, highways, and parks.
Request the removal of a standing dead or dying tree.
Report a problem with water, odor, taste, discolor, and illness caused by drinking water. Learn about water quality and building water tank inspections.
Report the sale of illegal drugs.
Report illegal drug use.
Report a smell directly outside a dry cleaning business or coming into a nearby residential building or business.
Report dust from roadwork, construction, demolition, renovation, or another source.
Report electric space heaters sold without required safety features or disclosures.
Learn about the City's laws against housing discrimination and get resources to resolve disputes.
Request the removal of a fallen tree or branch, cracked branches in danger of falling, or a tree in poor condition.
Call 911 to report a gas leak or any gas-related emergency or dangerous condition.
Report a problem with heat or hot water in a residential building.
Report a home heating oil business that imposes illegal credit terms, issues an improper contract or receipt, or shortchanges the amount of oil dispensed.
Make a complaint about a home improvement contractor working on residential property.
Report tenant or landlord fraud in the HPD Section 8 program.
Report past or chronic dumping on public property.
Make a complaint about a health, car, home, life, or property insurance company.
Report a problem with an online business or online service that wasn't delivered.
Report lead paint, peeling paint, or lead dust due to construction. The City will send an inspector where applicable.
Report bright lights from a parking lot shining into an apartment or building. The City does not accept complaints about bright lights from residences.
Learn the guidelines for storing, charging, and getting rid of lithium-ion batteries. Report someone not following guidelines or counterfeit batteries.
Make a complaint about a person who repairs, installs, services, or inspects locks and similar devices.
Get help with resolving disputes between loft tenants and owners.
Report mold in an apartment, loft, commercial, or abandoned building.
Report a problem with a mortgage or loan company.
The City does not accept complaints about body or cooking odor from a residence.
Report no water, water pressure, or temperature problems.
Report a noisy neighbor.
Report tenant or landlord fraud in public housing or the NYCHA Section 8 program.
Report an automotive, heating, or industrial oil spill on a street or in a facility, apartment building, or private home.
Report mice, bed bugs, fleas, flies, or roaches in an apartment or in a public area of a residential building.
Report someone using a pesticide without warning occupants or neighbors in advance.
Report a problem with phone service, billing, or provider.
Report a power outage or blackout, or file a claim to be reimbursed for food spoiled during a power outage.
Report deed fraud or learn how to prevent it.
Report a problem with a phone, gas, heat, or electric company.
Report rats, mice, and conditions that might attract them.
Report that safe construction or Tenant Protection Plan (TPP) information is not posted or distributed to tenants.
Make a complaint about a satellite television provider.
Report a sewage leak or odor in a residential or commercial building.
Property owners can report sewage water coming out of a toilet, sink drain, or bathtub drain.
Report smoking, a building owner failing to disclose a residential building smoking policy, or an unattended cigarette vending machine.
Get help if you've been unable to resolve a tax or rent freeze issue with the Department of Finance through the normal process.
Report a building that doesn't follow trash or recycling disposal rules.
Report trash or recycling stored incorrectly on private property.
Request a new tree on a City street in any of the five boroughs. Report a problem with the location or condition of a newly planted tree.
Learn about tree pruning or request pruning of a City tree.
Learn about free repair for qualifying City sidewalks that are severely damaged by curbside tree roots.
Report trespassing, which is entering someone's property without permission.
Report work done by an unlicensed plumber, electrician, or contractor.
Report an individual distributing flyers or posting signs on public or private property, including vehicles and construction sites.
Report people in a building with a vacate order.
Report a vehicle stored on residential property or in a vacant lot.
Report inadequate ventilation inside a building or a ventilation or exhaust system that is illegal, installed improperly, or has an odor.
Learn about or get help with Verizon telephone, internet, and cable service.
Report the use of too much water or water waste in any facility.
Report water leaking into an apartment, public area of a residential building, or basement. Learn how to prevent leaks.
Report a water meter that is broken, leaking, frozen, missing, or stolen.
Report missing window guards or a landlord or tenant who refuses installation.