Request for a new audible pedestrian signal for people who are blind or low vision.
Get information or make a complaint about automatic public toilets.
Request a public CityBench for a specific location.
Apply to install a bike rack on a sidewalk, or request installation of a bike rack on public property.
Report a broken bike rack.
Report a problem caused by people biking, riding motorized scooters, rollerblading, or skating.
Report a vehicle that is blocking your driveway.
Report a sidewalk or street blocked by a restaurant, fruit stand, ATM, advertising sign, merchandise, tree vendor, dumpster, trash, or construction.
Report a damaged sidewalk. Get information for property owners who are responsible for maintaining the sidewalk next to their property.
Report building construction that is unsafe, done after hours, outside approved plans, or done without a permit.
Request a new bus stop or relocation of an existing bus stop.
Report a problem with a bus stop shelter that needs maintenance or repair.
Request a new bus stop shelter, relocation of an existing shelter, or a new bench.
Report a catch basin that is clogged, blocked, defective, or missing a curb piece or cover.
The City on longer accepts requests for catch basin installation.
Report a smell coming from a catch basin or sewer.
Report an unusable 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.
Pay, dispute, or get help with a ticket issued by the City for violating quality of life laws, health code, or other rules.
Pay New York City bills and fees online.
Learn about the CleaNYC program for major commercial areas.
Submit questions about Con Edison worksites.
Request a new crosswalk on a street.
Report a curb that is damaged, painted, or illegally cut for a driveway.
Apply for a permit to create or modify a curb cut.
Report a dead animal or an unusual cluster of dead birds. Request the removal of dead deer from residential private property.
Request the removal of a standing dead tree.
Report a sidewalk or gutter, including 18 inches into the street, that is not clean.
Report dog or animal waste in a park or on a street, sidewalk, or private property.
Give money to the NYC Parks Stewardship Program, a program to plant and care for one million new trees across New York City.
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 grease, gasoline, cement, oil, sewage, chemicals, or other liquids being dumped into a street sewer grate or catch basin.
Request the removal of a fallen tree or branch, cracked branches in danger of falling, or a tree in poor condition.
Report noise or other problems with a film or television production.
Apply for a new film, video, or photography permit, or check the status of an existing permit.
Report a problem with a fire alarm box.
Learn about permit required to open or use a hydrant.
Report a problem with a fire hydrant.
Request a fire hydrant flow test.
Request installation, removal, relocation, locking, unlocking, or spray cap fitting.
Request a green space.
Report illegal dumping.
Apply for a permit to install a planter larger than 2 feet by 2 feet.
Learn about LinkNYC or report a problem with a LinkNYC kiosk.
Report a location that is the target of chronic littering.
The City does not retrieve items that have fallen into sidewalk gratings.
Apply for a permit to perform in subways, streets, parks, and ferry terminals.
Report a local neighborhood area map sign in need of repair.
Report a problem with a newsrack.
Report noise from the street or sidewalk.
Learn about how to volunteer to work on protecting, restoring and expanding New York City's green spaces.
Report an oil spill on a street or in a facility, apartment building, or private home.
Learn how restaurants can add temporary outdoor seating on sidewalks and streets.
Learn how ground-floor businesses can sell goods and offer services on sidewalks and streets.
Report a problem with a restaurant or bar serving customers on the sidewalk or street.
Report overgrown grass or weeds on highways, road medians, and traffic islands.
Report a pay phone that is broken, damaged, dirty, or has graffiti.
Report a damaged pedestrian ramp.
Request the installation of a new pedestrian ramp.
Report signs, stickers, or decals posted on public or private property.
Report a person defecating or urinating in public.
Learn about rain gardens that manage stormwater runoff from streets and sidewalks. Report a drainage or maintenance issue with a Rain Garden.
Report rats, mice, and conditions that might attract them.
Apply for permission to install or maintain a structure affecting the street or sidewalk.
Report a problem with a pipe scaffold, suspended or hanging scaffold, or sidewalk shed.
Apply for a permit to construct pipe scaffolding.
Find free, sheltered bike parking.
Apply for a permit required to hang a banner over a sidewalk.
Request permission to install a cellar door in a sidewalk.
Report sidewalk cellar door that is open and unprotected, damaged, bent, broken, or wobbly.
Learn about sidewalk cleaning rules for commercial and residential property. Request a commercial enforcement routing sticker.
Report a problem with a collapsed sidewalk.
Apply for a permit to repair, install, or replace a sidewalk.
Report a missing or defective metal sidewalk grating.
Learn about installing a new sidewalk in locations where sidewalks have never been built.
Request an agreement to pay in installments for sidewalk repairs made by the Department of Transportation.
Report a problem with a sidewalk that the City repaired.
Apply for a permit to construct a sidewalk shed.
Report a problem on a sidewalk stairway that connects two different street levels.
Report a damaged, sunken, or noisy manhole cover on a sidewalk.
The City does not accept reports of missing or damaged sidewalk valve covers.
Resolve a sidewalk violation, request an inspection, or learn about repairs.
Report someone washing a sidewalk outside of permitted hours.
Report snow or ice on a sidewalk.
Learn about snow shoveling assistance for property owners.
Get the status of an active street construction or sidewalk repair permit.
Report a street con game, such as three card Monte.
Make a complaint about a non-food vendor operating at a street fair.
Learn about markings on a street or sidewalk.
Report a street vendor or peddler who creates an obstruction or operates without a license or in a restricted area.
Report a problem with a streetlight.
Request streetlight installation or relocation.
Report loose syringes on a City street or sidewalk.
Get information or make a complaint about a telecommunication box or antenna on a street pole.
Report a problem with a pedestrian fence at a traffic median.
Report a problem with a traffic or Walk/Don't Walk signal.
Request a new traffic or Walk/Don't Walk signal.
Report someone placing trash in front of another location or with another person's trash.
Report trash or recycling stored or put out incorrectly.
Learn how to maintain City tree beds and keep them safe.
Report someone destroying City trees on a street or in a park.
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 City tree stump removals.
Apply for a permit to add, prune, decorate, or remove a curbside tree at the property owner's expense.
Learn about free repair for qualifying City sidewalks that are severely damaged by curbside tree roots. Request a sidewalk tree consultation.
Report inadequate ventilation inside a building or a ventilation or exhaust system that is illegal, installed improperly, or has an odor.
Report a problem with a Verizon telephone pole or wires.
Report water leaking on a street or sidewalk.
Report a possible water main break.
Report a defective water sampling station.
Learn about free public Wi-Fi and find places to connect to the Internet.