The following table identifies the city’s comprehensive effort to reduce or eliminate potential losses from the hazards described in the Hazard Specific section of the website. This database includes existing, potential, and completed mitigation actions that will minimize the effects of a hazard event on New York City’s population, economy, property, building stock, and infrastructure. It is the result of a coordinated effort by 46 New York City agencies and partners to develop and implement a broad range of inventive and effective ways to mitigate hazards. The planning team identifies actions in the following categories as indicated in the schedule phase column:

  • Existing: Existing mitigation actions consist of programs, plans, projects, and policies currently under way to mitigate hazards. These actions are either already being implemented or have already been approved and appropriated the necessary funding for implementation.
  • Potential: Potential mitigation actions are programs, plans, projects, or policies that New York City proposes to implement to help reduce or eliminate the risk to human life and property from hazards.
  • Completed: completed mitigation actions are projects that are completed.

For more information on the process for identifying mitigation actions click here.

Prioritization: The Planning Team performed a qualitative analysis of the 157 potential mitigation actions using FEMA’s analytical tool — Social, Technical, Administrative, Political, Legal, Economic, and Environmental (STAPLEE) — which provides insight to the opportunities and constraints of implementing the potential mitigation actions. For more information about the prioritization process please click here. Existing mitigation actions did not receive a prioritization score because these projects already have funding.

Hazard AddressedMitigation Action TitleMitigation Action DescriptionLead AgencySchedule PhaseAction CategoryHMP IndexSupport AgencyFunding SourceCost EstimateOverall StartOverall FinishAdditional InfoGoals/ObjectivesPriorityWebsiteNotes
Coastal erosionMarsh Migration ModelingSLAMM modeling of how coastal wetlands may move or change under future sea level rise.New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityCompletedEducation and AwarenessCE.2018.001Ratepayers$480,000 1.1,4.1,5.2N/Ahttp://warrenpinnacle.com/prof/SLAMM/NYSERDA/http://slammview.org/ http://warrenpinnacle.com/prof/SLAMM/NYSERDA2015/index.html
Coastal erosionRenourishment of Orchard Beach, BronxPeriodically renourish Orchard Beach to prevent greater erosion and protect infrastructure. (USACE classifies this project as "Recreational" and not for flood damage reduction.)Department of Parks and Recreation,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionCE.P.003New York State Department of Environmental ConservationUSACE$1,000,000 1/4/2010Schedule TBD; 3 years;4.1,4.3,4.4N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Media/Fact-Sheets/Fact-Sheet-Article-View/Article/487413/fact-sheet-orchard-beachNourishment cycle dependent on project surveys and available funding
Coastal stormsNassau County Back Bays, NYNassau County Back Bays, NY - will investigate the feasibility of potential ways to reduce the risk to people and critical infrastructure caused by coastal storms. The study will investigate the feasibility of a number of measures, which includes but is not limited to storm surge barriers, bulkheads, floodwalls, levees, seawalls, shoreline stabilization, stormwater improvements, beach nourishment, living shorelines, wetland restoration, and the elevation, floodproofing, and/or relocation of structures.U.S. Army Corps of EngineersExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.0081/1/20161/1/2021Study is ongoing2.1,4.1,4.3N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Media/Fact-Sheets/Fact-Sheet-Article-View/Article/1098572/nassau-county-back-bay-csrm-study-nyProject is located in Queens, Nassau County, Suffok County
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Severe weatherEast Harlem Resiliency StudyStudy climate change impacts in East Harlem and develop integrated recommendations for reducing risk and increasing community resilience in the face of sea level rise, increased precipitation, storm surge, and extreme heat events. Department of Parks and RecreationExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.013DOT,Department of Environmental Protection,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG-DR$1,000,000 10/1/20172/1/20191.4,1.5,2.4,4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/planning/neighborhood-development/east-harlem-resiliency
Coastal storms,FloodingCloudburst Resiliency Planning StudyAssess risk, prioritize response, develop neighborhood-based solutions, and assign costs and benefits for managing extreme rain events, or "cloudbursts" using Southeast Queens as a focus area.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.014Department of Design and Construction,New York City Department of Transportation,New York City Housing Authority9/1/20152.7,4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4N/Ahttp://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/pdf/climate/nyc-cloudburst-study.pdf
Coastal stormsOakwood Beach (SI) levee and tidegateRepair the levee and tidegate. Will be replaced with new features associated with the CSRM South Shore Staten Island Study/ProjectU.S. Army Corps of EngineersCompletedInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.016Department of Environmental ProtectionUSACE$500,000 1/1/20001/1/2000Two months within 2000 (entered January 2000 for both due to data field requirements)2.7,2.9N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureEquipment integrityInspect 17 pad-mounted distribution switchgear located in PSEG's NYC territory within flood zones and make necessary fixes. Mitigation measures include installation of new labels, repositioning of barriers as necessary, removal and replacement of fuses, fuse holders, and lubrication of door latching mechanisms. This will also include preparation of inspection form depicting load break switch (LBS), load break fuse (LBF), and fuse size for newly installed fuses.Public Service Enterprise GroupCompletedProperty ProtectionMH.E.156Authority Capital,FEMA,Insurance Proceeds$40,000 2.1,2.3,2.7N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureNYC Substation Reconfigurations to Minimize Disruption of ServiceInstallation of storm hardened equipment and bypasses to allow maximum flexibility for options to bypass station if needed.Public Service Enterprise GroupCompletedProperty ProtectionMH.E.155Authority Capital,CDBG,FEMA$1,750,000 2.1,2.3N/A
Infrastructure FailurePurchase of mobile switchgearMitigate substation outage by developing specifications and purchasing mobile switchgear for use in event of switchgear disruption in or near substation.Public Service Enterprise GroupCompletedProperty ProtectionIF.P.020Authority Capital,CDBG,FEMA$2,000,000 2.1,2.3,3.3N/A
Infrastructure FailurePurchase of mobile substationMitigate substation outage by developing specifications and purchasing mobile substation equipment suitable for New York City applicability due to loss of key substation equipment.Public Service Enterprise GroupCompletedProperty ProtectionIF.P.019Authority Capital,CDBG,FEMA$2,900,000 2.1,2.3,3.3N/A
Infrastructure FailureBreezy Point storm damage restorationRebuild power-distribution infrastructure throughout the fire-damaged section of Breezy Point in the Rockaway Peninsula (~ 150 homes)Public Service Enterprise GroupCompletedProperty ProtectionIF.E.006Authority Capital,FEMA,Insurance Proceeds$630,000 2.1,2.3,2.9N/A
FloodingFlood sensorsInstall information-based sensors to aid transmission operations during a flood event.Public Service Enterprise GroupCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.102Authority Capital,CDBG,FEMA$120,000 2.10,2.3,5.2N/A
FloodingFlood study of Long Island floodplainPerform study and develop mitigation strategies based on findings.Public Service Enterprise GroupCompletedProperty ProtectionF.E.101NYPAAuthority Capital,CDBG,FEMA$125,000 5.2N/A
FloodingTemporary flood mitigation measuresProtect substations/equipment flooded during Sandy from future floods until permanent measures are completed.Public Service Enterprise GroupCompletedProperty ProtectionF.E.100Authority Capital,CDBG,FEMA$850,000 2.1,2.3,2.7N/A
FloodingJFK Airport runway upgradeRedesign and retrofit runways 4R and 22L including raising the grade, modifying existing drainage, and installing new lighting and asphalt overlay pavement.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyCompletedProperty ProtectionF.P.072Federal Aviation AdministrationPANYNJ$40,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingFlood protection of vital infrastructure at LaGuardia AirportConstruct a floodwall around the West Field Lighting Vault; protect West End Substation by installing dikes and re-grading; construct a new East Field Lighting Vault Building.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.P.066Federal Aviation AdministrationFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$3,550,000 3/24/20149/26/20172.1,2.7N/ACorresponds to CA02-486 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
FloodingStorm drainage rehabilitation at LaGuardia Airport, Phase IIIUpgrade existing storm drainage pipe system by replacing pipe or installing an inner lining system to eliminate leaks in the stormwater pipe system.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.098FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$3,831,000 12/15/20135/3/20182.1,2.3N/ACorresponds to CA02-486 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
FloodingDrainage improvement at JFK AirportInstall artificial turf at two locations at the intersection of runways 4L and 31L to increase permeable surfaces and enhance stormwater runoff capacity.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.095Federal Aviation AdministrationPANYNJ$29,000,000 8 Years2.1,2.3N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Severe weatherBrownfield climate change resiliencyLaunch audits and improve storm preparedness of brownfields.Office of Environmental RemediationCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.127Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCity Capital,City Expense$40,000 1/1/20142/28/20174.3N/A
Coastal stormsCleanup standards for waterfront brownfieldsExplore strengthened cleanup standards for waterfront brownfields.Office of Environmental RemediationCompletedPrevention and PolicyCS.P.029NYC Law DepartmentCity Expense$04/1/20131/1/20141.5,2.1,2.4,2.6,5.2N/A
CBRNEnvironmental Project Information Center (EPIC)Develop this online public environmental communication portal and cleanup project tracking database for developers, industry, and community to speed projects while also hosting a public document repository, information-sharing portal, bulletin boards, dialogue centers, and other community resources.Office of Environmental RemediationCompletedEducation and AwarenessCB.P.007Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCity Expense,Other$400,000 10/1/20165.1,5.2,5.3N/A
CBRNCleaning Up New York City community education video seriesEducate the public about environmental investigation, cleanup, and community protection and engagement during the cleanup process.Office of Environmental RemediationCompletedEducation and AwarenessCB.E.004Private$40,000 6/1/20124/22/20144.3,5.1N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingFlood Hazard Mapper The NYC Flood Hazard Mapper provides a comprehensive overview of the coastal flood hazards that threaten the city today, as well as how these hazards are likely to increase in the future with climate change. It is intended to enable more informed decision-making by residents, property and business owners, architects and engineers, and policy-makers. Department of City PlanningExistingEducation and AwarenessCS.2018.021Unknown6/1/2016This tool was publicly released in 2017, but will be updated on an ongoing basis to include latest climate change data and other improvements. 4.1,5.1,5.2,5.3N/Ahttp://dcp.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=1c37d271fba14163bbb520517153d6d5
Coastal storms,FloodingFlood Hazard MapperThe NYC Flood Hazard Mapper provides a comprehensive overview of the coastal flood hazards that threaten the city today, as well as how these hazards are likely to increase in the future with climate change. It is intended to enable more informed decision-making by residents, property and business owners, architects and engineers, and policy-makers.Department of City PlanningExistingEducation and AwarenessCS.2018.022Unknown6/1/2016This tool was publicly released in 2017, but will be updated on an ongoing basis to include latest climate change data and other improvements. 2.6,2.7,5.2,5.3N/Ahttp://dcp.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=1c37d271fba14163bbb520517153d6d5
Coastal storms,FloodingResilient Retail Study and Resilient Art SpacesStudies of a range of retail corridors and art-related businesses to identify building-scale resiliency strategies, and provide zoning recommendations.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.023CDBG1/1/20162.1,2.4,2.5,3.3,3.4,3.5N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/plans/resilient-retail/resilient-retail.page https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/planning/download/pdf/plans-studies/resilient-neighborhoods/west-chelsea/gallery-guide-102015.pdf
Coastal storms,FloodingWRP Policy 6.2 MaterialsThe Waterfront Revitalization Programs (WRP) Climate Change Adaptation Guidance Manual and Flood Elevation Worksheet were developed to assist applicants and agencies in reviewing projects for consistency with WRP Policy 6.2. Policy 6.2 requires integration of considerations of the latest New York City projections of climate change and sea level rise into the planning and design of all projects in the Citys Coastal Zone.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.025CDBG1/1/201712/31/20172.1,2.4,2.5,2.6,2.7,4.1,4.3N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/applicants/wrp/wrp.page
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsInformation trackingFollow formalized response to natural hazard-based incidents to identify repetitive loss locations or hazards. Use this information to inform the creation and implementation of future mitigation actions.New York City Department of TransportationCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.030New York City Emergency ManagementCity Capital,City Expense$150,000 2.1,5.2N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherContinuity of Operations sitesPrepare sites within each borough to support operations immediately following an event.New York City Department of TransportationCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.029Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Design and ConstructionCity Expense$0completed2.1,2.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure FailurePedestrian and bicycle facilitiesPlan for and install new facilities to improve connectivity to key transportation hubs.New York City Department of TransportationCompletedInfrastructure ProjectMH.C.028Department of Design and ConstructionFHWA$10,000,000 Ongoing2.1,4.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Severe WeatherTraffic signal and street light equipmentElevate equipment in flood zones.New York City Department of TransportationCompletedProperty ProtectionsMH.C.027FEMA-HMGP,FHWA$3,000,000 2.1,2.7N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureCentral Office Emergency Command Center (ECC) and alternate ECCDesignate and equip a new central office command center as well as an alternate central office command center.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.179CDBG,City Capital,FEMA-HMGP$300,000 1.1,2.1,2.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureBellevue Hospital/critical systems protectionInstall generators, electrical wiring, controls, and automatic transfer switches to support multiple HVAC systems throughout the Bellevue hospital campus.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.178CDBG,City Capital$2,250,000 1 year1.1,2.1,2.3,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureHenry J. Carter Hospital improvementsPurchase backup generator and make associated structural improvements.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.004CDBG,City Capital,FEMA-HMGP$920,000 12/1/20151.1,2.1,2.3,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureBellevue Hospital power quick connectsInstall quick connects for external generators for in-patient areas of Bellevue Hospital.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.003CDBG,City Capital,FEMA-HMGP$96,000 12/1/20153/1/20161.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherRedundant emergency generatorsInstall generators for trauma centers. Group 2, 3, and 4 general hospitals, D&TC centers, and nursing facilities.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.002Department of SanitationCity Capital$90,000,000 12/1/20151.1,2.1,2.3N/A
FloodingConey Island Hospital (Rent MRI and CT Units)Place equipment in custom trailers to provide higher level of service.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.129$2,200,000 5/1/20133/1/20222.8,2.9N/A
FloodingConey Island Hospital Main Bldg. Renovation (1st Fl)Design and building out of 1W50 and 1W48 on the 1stNYC Health + HospitalsCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.124FEMA,Unknown$5,400,000 3/1/20163/1/20182.8,2.9N/A
FloodingGouverner Hospital (Roberto Clemente Clinic)Install backwater valve in basment to prevent floodingNYC Health + HospitalsCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.123FEMA$54,000 12/1/20161/1/20172.8,2.9N/A
FloodingColer Hospital and Nursing Facility protectionHarden and elevate electrical equipment and switchgears to the 500-year expected flood elevation at Coler Hospital and Nursing Facility.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.121City Capital,FEMA-HMGP9/1/20136/1/20141.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingConey Island Hospital emergency department mitigationRelocate and elevate the emergency department and its critical systems (imaging and generators) above the base flood elevation.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.117CDBG,City Capital,FEMA,FEMA-HMGP$01.1,2.1,2.8N/A
FloodingFacility protectionInstall special waterproofing membrane in the basement of the Gouverneur Healthcare facility to prevent groundwater from entering the building's basement.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.C.002Department of SanitationCity Capital$425,000 1.1,2.1,2.7N/A
EarthquakesBuilding upgrades to seismic codesRetrofit MLK, Ron Brown, and Kountz pavilion superstructures at the Harlem Hospital campus to meet new seismic codes.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedPrevention and PolicyEQ.C.003Department of SanitationCity Capital$12,900,000 1.1,2.1,2.7N/A
EarthquakesGround stabilizationDensify soil beneath the new Patient Pavilion building at Harlem Hospital to reduce the impact of seismic activity.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedPrevention and PolicyEQ.C.002Department of SanitationCity Capital$8,500,000 Completed1.1,2.1,2.4,2.5,2.7N/A
EarthquakesGouverneur Healthcare Services upgradeRetrofit existing building to meet new seismic codes.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedPrevention and PolicyEQ.C.001Department of SanitationCity Capital$500,000 1.1,2.1,2.5,2.7N/A
DroughtGouverneur Healthcare Services facility water conservationReplace existing water fixtures with new code-compliant low-water-use fixtures.NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedPrevention and PolicyD.C.001Department of SanitationCity Capital$680,000 1.1,2.1,2.3,2.5,2.8N/A
Coastal stormsDock repair and hardening - Launch Repair ShopIncrease dock float heightNew York City Police DepartmentCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.012FEMA6/30/20132.1,2.8,2.9N/A
Coastal stormsDock repair and hardening - Harbor GeorgeIncrease dock float heightNew York City Police DepartmentCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.011FEMA$52,856 6/1/20132.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal stormsDock Repair and hardening of Harbor CharlieIncrease dock float heightNew York City Police DepartmentCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.010FEMA$51,840 6/30/20132.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingPier 76 - Elevated Platform MitigationElevated electrical equipmentNew York City Police DepartmentCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.2018.015FEMA$375,901 7/1/20122.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Severe WeatherNYPD precinct facility protection - 120th PctEnhance design of the 120th precinct facilities to withstand severe wind, rain, and flooding events.New York City Police DepartmentCompletedProperty ProtectionsMH.P.113FEMA$5,062,000 4/1/201712/19/20172.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingBuilding electrical protection - 60th PctRelocate existing electrical distribution within NYPD buildings to areas or floors above the 1 percent annual chance floodplain.New York City Police DepartmentCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.P.043FEMA$1,850,000 1/1/20138/1/20182.1,2.2,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresFull-backup power for NYCHA developmentsNYCHA is providing full back up power via stand-alone generators at all the buildings within the developments. Current developments include RedHook East and West, Ocean Bay (Bayside), Coney Island Site 8, O'Dwyer Gardens, and Surfside.New York City Housing AuthorityCompletedProperty ProtectionsMH.P.110Unknown$012/1/20162.1,2.2,2.3N/ANYCHA performed feasibility studies for Category 4 distributed power-generation at developments severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy to combine/centrally locate utility systems. They found no feasible opportunities for Cogen/Microgrid at those developments, however they are providing full-backup power for the developments.
Coastal storms,FloodingFlood Resilience PosterDocument created in order to disseminate information to the public about flood risk in New York City as well as related topics including flood insurance, flood resilient construction, and flood resilient zoning.Department of City PlanningCompletedEducation and AwarenessCS.2018.026CDBG4/1/20188/1/20184.1,5.1,5.2,5.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/assets/planning/download/pdf/plans-studies/flood-resiliency-update/poster.pdf
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Severe Weather,Winter StormsBuilding community capacityDevelop a community preparedness toolkit that offers guidance and information about how NYC communities can inclusively plan for emergencies. It will include information about Citywide emergency planning, resources, and best practices for community emergency planning. The guidance provided through the program will encourage communities to address barriers to access to resources and information often experienced by isolated communities such as people with limited English proficiency (LEP), people with access and functional needs, and lower income residents.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.E.236Mayor's Office of ResiliencyFEMA-HSGP$20,000 Ongoing1.6,5.1,5.3N/A
Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsNew York City mitigation guideEducate New Yorkers about hazard mitigation techniques that they can use to reduce long-term risks from natural hazards. Include a mitigation guide for homeowners and property managers; online training; flood-risk information; and CBO/NGO outreachall to be incorporated into NYCEM's website.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.E.235Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCity Expense,FEMA-HMGP$0Ongoing1.6,2.6,2.9,5.1,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsReady New York updateExpand guide for seniors and people with disabilities.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.E.231Department For The Aging,Mayor's Office for People with DisabilitiesCity Expense$0Ongoing1.1,1.6,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsNYC Post-Disaster Housing and Community Recovery PlanCreate a plan for Post-Disaster Housing and Community Recovery tailored to NYC that is based on the Regional Catastrophic Housing Recovery Plan and NYC lessons learned.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.226DHS,Housing Preservation and Development,NYC ARC,NYCEconomic Development Corporation,New York City Housing AuthorityCity Expense,FEMA$20,000 1.1,2.9N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Disease outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsPerformance specifications for Urban Post-Disaster HousingMitigate population loss after disaster by providing NYC with operational details for procuring manufactured housing that has stringent requirements for safety, environmental quality, durability, and universal design.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.125Department of Buildings,Department of Design and Construction,Department of Environmental Protection,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCity Expense,FEMA-HSGP,Private$20,000 12/1/20088/1/20161.1,2.10,2.5N/ARevisions are underway and should be complete by August 2016. Additional development of the project was conducted through the Rockefeller Foundations Bellagio Center.
CBRN,Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsReady New York Mobile AppDevelop \Mobile iPhone and Android application for the City's Ready New York preparedness program to help New Yorkers prepare for emergencies, build emergency plans, and utilize during emergencies.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.C.034Department of Health and Mental HygieneOther Federal$50,000 1.5,5.1,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Disease outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresUrban Post-Disaster Housing prototypeEvaluate phases of implementation of rapidly deployable solution that provides proof-of-concept for providing interim housing at the speed and scale NYC may need.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.033Department of Buildings,Department of Environmental Protection,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCity Expense,FEMA$50,000 ongoing1.6,2.10N/AComplete. Analysis of building systems is complete. The occupancy study in collaboration with NYU Tanner School of Engineering will be completed in March 2016. The prototype will remain on site at NYCEM through 2017.
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsUrban Post-Disaster Housing Prototype ProgramDevelop tools and public education programs that build capability to supply post-disaster housing that meets the unique needs of urban areas. Create an option for interim housing that will provide more suitable living spaces for New Yorkers displaced by disaster than existing federal interim housing solutions.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.C.032Department of Design and ConstructionCity Expense,FEMA$40,000 1.1,1.6N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Infrastructure FailureRegulatory actions on liquid fuel shortagesDevelopment of the Citywide Emergency Fuel Operations Plan to address all-hazards, notice and no-notice emergency fuel incidents that impact NYC.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.031Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCity Expense$02.3N/A
FloodingCritical facility relocationRelocate NYCEM supply warehouse to higher elevation, out of the 100-year floodplain and coastal storm surge zone.New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedProperty ProtectionF.C.023City Expense$20,000 2.1,2.2,2.3N/A
FloodingStormwater drainage improvementInstall 34 check valves at all direct connections to the Citys combined sewer/storm drainage system to prevent backflow into the NYCT drainage system.MTA New York City TransitCompletedProperty ProtectionF.C.022Department of Environmental ProtectionMTA$0completed2.1,2.3,2.7N/A
FloodingStormwater drainage improvementRaise vent grating and subway entrances at five locations.MTA New York City TransitCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.C.021Department of Environmental ProtectionMTA$0Completed2.1,2.7,2.8N/ACompleted
CBRN,Cyber Threats,Earthquakes,Infrastructure FailureOperations/communications redundancyUse secondary facility at North White Plains to create redundancy for the Operations Control Center, allowing for continued operational capability for the railroad.MTA Metro-North RailroadCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.026Unknown$30,000,000 TBD2.3N/A
Extreme TemperaturesProtection of system from heat-related damageProtect engines, increase pantograph inspections, and prepare for response to heat related incidents including increased switch, bridge, signal, catenary and track circuit failures, as well as heat kinks.MTA Metro-North RailroadCompletedProperty ProtectionET.E.010Unknown$0Complete2.1,2.3,2.7N/A
FloodingVentilation grate and tunnel pump room improvementsMitigation of the infiltration of rain and flood water into the Atlantic Tunnel by elevating the existing roadway ventilation grates located in the roadway median of Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn and Queens. In addition, the project will upgrade 14 pump rooms and replace/upgrade pumps throughout the length of the tunnel.MTA Long Island RailroadCompletedInfrastructure ProjectF.E.148New York City Department of TransportationFTA$9,900,000 10/30/20145/31/2018TBD2.1,2.7N/AIn recent years, the LIRR has made significant progress on this category with the completion of structural renewal on the Atlantic Avenue Viaduct.
FloodingLIRR critical facilities protectionDefine flood elevation criteria required to standardize ongoing and future flood-protection projects throughout the network. Revise LIRR design standards, which would influence future construction projects.MTA Long Island RailroadCompletedProperty ProtectionF.E.030MTA$0TBD2.1,2.5,2.7N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsEmergency generatorsInstall at depots at JFK and LaGuardia Airports and Baisley Park to provide electrical power backup.MTA-BusesCompletedProperty ProtectionsMH.E.111Unknown$0TBD2.3N/A
FloodingJFK depot drainage improvementInclude on-site stormwater management improvements at new parking facilities to decrease flow to DEP treatment facilities during high-volume precipitation events.MTA-BusesCompletedInfrastructure ProjectF.E.037Department of Environmental Protection,Federal Transit Administration,New York State Department of Environmental ConservationMTA$3,000,000 2.1,2.4,2.5,2.8N/A
FloodingDewatering of oil-water separators at the Grand Avenue depotProvide additional capacity for incoming rainwater. Drain 200,000-gallon stormwater retention tank to accept incoming rainwater. (This tank is normally full and used for bus washing.)MTA-BusesCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.E.036Unknown$0Ongoing2.1,2.4,2.5N/A
FloodingBaisley Park depot drainage improvementImplement corrective actions to mitigate repetitive flooding caused by moderate to heavy rain.MTA-BusesCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.035Department of Environmental Protection,Federal Transit Administration,New York State Department of Environmental ConservationMTA$8,000,000 2.1,2.4,2.5,2.7,2.8N/A
Extreme TemperaturesCommunications Redundant SystemDevelop communications system with surge protection to allow uninterrupted operation during potential power surges due to rolling black-outs or electrical storms. Additional redundancies include steam generator back-up and "failsoft" computer based protection.MTA-BusesCompletedEmergency ServicesET.E.012Unknown$0TBD2.3N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresEngineering flood studies at non-tunnel facilitiesDetermine vulnerabilities and prepare conceptual designs for mitigation work.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.223MTA$07/1/201312/31/20141.1,2.1,2.7,2.8,2.9N/AMultiple B&T structures improvement projects are proposed in the 2015-19 Capital Program.
FloodingMarine Parkway Bridge protectionPerform substructure and underwater work to prevent damage from flooding, including scour.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.028City Capital,FEMA$14,000,000 11/1/20139/1/20152.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal stormsBackup generator at Governors IslandInstall a standby emergency generator at the Governors Island ventilation building for the Hugh L. Carey Tunnel to provide capacity for pumps and other equipment in case of power outage.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsCompletedEmergency ServicesCS.E.005FEMA,FEMA-HMGP$5,179,449 12/1/20154/30/20171.5 Years2.1,2.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureElectric vehiclesIncorporate resiliency into the design of City electric vehicle initiatives and pilot storage technologies.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.152Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureUtility demand response programsWork with utilities and regulators to expand such programs citywide.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.150Con Edison,Department of Citywide Administrative Services,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.3,3.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureUtility service restoration for mobile substationsWork with utilities and regulators to speed service restoration via pre-connections.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.147Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.1,2.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureUtility service restoration for critical customersWork with utilities and regulators to speed service restoration for critical customers via system configuration.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.146Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.3,3.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureSmart grid technologyWork with utilities and regulators to implement smart grid technology to assess system conditions in real time.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.145Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.10,2.3,3.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureMinimizing electric outagesWork with utilities and regulators to minimize outages in areas not directly affected by climate impacts.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.144Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,3.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsUtility system upgrade planWork with utilities and regulators to develop a cost-effective system upgrade plan to address climate risks.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.138Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$04/22/201612/31/2017TBD3.1,4.2,4.4N/A
Coastal Storms,Drought,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Severe Weather,Winter StormsStrategies to address climate change threatsCall on non-City agencies to implement strategies to address climate change threats.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.137Unknown$0TBD3.1,4.2,4.4N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherHardening gas stationsWork with New York State to provide incentives for hardening of gas stations to withstand extreme weather events.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.134Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,2.7N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherPipeline booster stationsWork with Buckeye and New York State to safely build pipeline booster stations in New York City to increase supply of liquid fuel and withstand extreme weather events.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.133Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,2.7N/A
Infrastructure FailureDistributed generation (DG) and micro-gridsWork with public and private partners to scale up DG and micro-grids.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyIF.P.018CDBG,FEMA-HMGP$5,000,000 TBD2.1,2.3N/A
Infrastructure FailurePost-emergency restoration for fuel infrastructureDevelop a reporting framework for fuel infrastructure operators to support restoration.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyIF.E.005Unknown$02.9N/A
Infrastructure FailureFuel infrastructure hardeningCall on the federal government to convene a regional working group to develop a fuel infrastructure hardening strategy.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyIF.E.004Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingConey Island Creek wetlands and tidal barrierDevelop an implementation plan and preliminary designs for new Coney Island Creek wetlands and tidal barrier.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedInfrastructure ProjectF.P.064Economic Development CorporationCDBG-DR$1,000,000 10/1/201312/16/20164.3,4.4N/AThis is a feasiblility study which is complete
FloodingNewtown Creek flood protectionCall on and work with the USACE to study and install local storm surge barriers at Newtown Creek.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedInfrastructure ProjectF.P.059Unknown$1,000,000,000 TBD1.1,2.1,4.3,4.4N/A
FloodingProtection of Farragut substationContinue to work with Con Ed to protect the substation.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedInfrastructure ProjectF.P.058Ratepayers$0TBD2.1,2.7,3.3N/A
FloodingOffshore breakwaters adjacent to and south of Great Kills HarborCall on and work with the USACE to study and install offshore breakwaters.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedInfrastructure ProjectF.P.053Unknown$250,000,000 TBD4.3,4.4N/A
FloodingHardening steam plants against floodingWork with plant operators and the PSC to harden steam plants.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.E.091Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,2.7,3.1N/A
FloodingResiliency of private cogeneration facilitiesStudy options to ensure resiliency of such facilities.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedEducation and AwarenessF.E.085Unknown$04/22/201612/31/2017TBD2.1,2.3,2.7N/A
FloodingFlood insurance engagement campaignLaunch an engagement campaign targeting insurers.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedEducation and AwarenessF.E.078Unknown$735,000 5/2/201412/31/2016TBD2.4,5.3N/A
FloodingFlood protection project standardsCall on and work with the USACE and FEMA to collaborate more closely on standards.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.E.065Unknown$02.1,2.4,2.5N/A
FloodingCommunication of flood risksWork with FEMA to improve the communication of current risks.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedEducation and AwarenessF.E.058CDBG,FEMA-HMGP$1,000,000 3.1,5.3N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingResiliency VideoThis video was created as part of an extensive public outreach campaign to share information on flood risk and flood resistant construction requirements. The goal of this video is to reach a broad audience and to help solicit input on how to modify these zoning rules to remove regulatory barriers to resiliency investments.Department of City PlanningCompletedEducation and AwarenessCS.2018.027CDBG8/1/20189/1/20182.6,4.1,4.2,5.1,5.2,5.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/plans/climate-resiliency/climate-resiliency.page
Coastal Storms,FloodingPublic education and outreach for landmarked buildingsProvide information on site and building preservation issues for locally designated landmarked structures in flood hazard areas.Landmarks Preservation CommissionCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.P.100Department of City PlanningCity Expense$0Unknown2.6,2.9,5.1,5.3N/A
Coastal Storms,FloodingHPD Design Guidelines for Multifamily New Construction & Senior HousingRevised guidelines to include resiliency such as flood resistant construction.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.P.016Other$80,000 N/A2.1,2.9N/A
Coastal StormsOutreach to residential building ownersDevelop a methodology and technology solution to provide pre- and post-disaster outreach and information to residential building owners. This includes the creation of a new online emergency notification contact system.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentCompletedEducation and AwarenessCS.P.015Other$5,000,000 1.6,2.10,2.6,2.9,5.1N/A
Coastal stormsFar Rockaway multi-family design competitionLaunch competition to enhance resiliency of planned Arverne East project.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.E.003Other$80,000 4/16/201310/23/20132.5,2.6,3.3N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingMarine 9 - Wave AttenuatorConstruct and install three new berthing monopiles with rubber fenders. This provides the most protection for the Fire Fighter II (FF II), Fire House, berthing of the FFII, ramps and decking.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.033FEMA$110,383 7/1/20146/30/20151.1,2.1,2.7,2.8,2.9N/A
CBRN,Cyber threats,Earthquakes,Severe weather,Winter stormsIT disaster recoveryCreate, distribute, and implement a recovery plan to ensure continuity of IT operations in the event of a disaster.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.098Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsOther$2,400,000 1/1/201412/31/20162.1,2.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Severe WeatherUrban search and rescue teamIncrease the number of trained officers and firefighters in New York Task Force 1 to meet the growing demands of a professional, trained, and proven search and rescue team.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.025US DHSCity Expense$500,000 1/1/201412/31/20161.1,2.1N/A
Disease OutbreaksCache of vaccinationsEnsure a sufficient supply of vaccines to inoculate all first responders.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.024Department of Health and Mental HygieneCity Expense$0TBD2.1N/AThe FDNY Emergency Medical Service maintains a cache of WMD antidote to treat upwards of 100,000 people and responders in the event of a WMD-type attack.
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsFire Department Operations Center (FDOC) cell phone coverageImprove cell phone coverage of FDOC, which FDNY staffs with additional personnel during major events, taxing the already overcrowded and sometimes unavailable cell network.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.023City Capital1/1/201412/31/20172.1,2.10N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsVoice-over IP (VOIP) architectureExplore feasibility of switching to more resilient voice-over IP architecture. VOIP is in service (provided by Verizon)at the backup FDOC in Staten IslandFire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.022City Capital$1,000,000 1/1/201512/31/20161.1,2.1,2.10,2.3N/AVOIP does not support FDNY firehouse Centrex lines or any centrex lines- VOIP is in service (provided by Verizon)at the backup FDOC in Staten Island
FloodingDewatering pumps at FDNY facilitiesPortable dewatering pumps have been purchased for field units. Auxiliary pumping unit can pump an estimated 3,000 gallons of water per minute.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedEmergency ServicesF.C.020DHSOther Federal$75,000 1/1/201412/31/20152.1N/APortable dewatering pumps have been purchased with DHS funds. Auxiliary pumping unit can pump an estimated 3,000 gallons of water per minute.
Coastal stormsEMS Station 43 / Coney Island ShopsRestore service to damaged building's electrical, floors, walls, sewage, etc.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedEmergency ServicesCS.E.026Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCity Expense$1,190,000 11/1/20122/1/2013TBD2.1,2.2N/A
Coastal stormsFDNY storehouse improvementExpand and create additional storehouses that would assist in ensuring continuity of basic agency operations as well as response operations.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.E.025Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCity Capital$1,000,000 1/1/201312/31/2015Ongoing2.1,2.3N/AStorehouse built in the Navy Yard and Foster Avenue.
Coastal stormsFDNY emergency servicesExpand FDNY capabilities to respond to natural hazards. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the FDNY identified initiatives that would enhance its capabilitiesincluding GPS for apparatus, additional boats for high-water rescue and pumping, and other all-weather vehiclesand ultimately allow the FDNY to act as the City's primary response agency.Fire Department of the City of New YorkCompletedEmergency ServicesCS.C.002DHSFEMA$1,000,000 1/1/201312/31/20152.1,2.3N/AThe FDNY used DHS funds to purchase high-volume pumping systems, dewatering equipment, high-pumping fireboats, small rapid response craft, swift water rescue boats, zodiac rescue boats, swift water rescue suits and PPE, personal flotation devices, and high-axle vehicles. Up to 10 swift water teams can be staffed and outfitted.
FloodingConey Island Hospital Main Bldg. Renovation (5th Fl)Design and build out of a space for outpatient imagingEconomic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.125FEMA$9,700,000 3/1/20163/1/20182.8,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingResiliency NewslettersThrough distributing newsletters focused on resiliency topics, DCP has been connecting with the public in order to address comments heard during our outreach process through 2017. Newsletters are distributed via e-mail, posted on our website, and mailed to each Community Board. Department of City PlanningExistingEducation and AwarenessCS.2018.028CDBG1/1/20181.5,4.2,5.1,5.2,5.3N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/plans/climate-resiliency/climate-resiliency.page?tab=2
Coastal storms,FloodingProject Open HouseRemoves architectural barriers in the homes of people with permanent disabilities. The program is designed to increase independence in the activities of the daily living, thus helping people with disabilities remain a part of their communities.Mayor's Office for People with DisabilitiesExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.030CDBGOngoing grant funded program. The grant depends on the city planning budget. 96,000 FY18, does not include on employee payroll.1.1,1.3,1.4,2.4,2.5,4.4N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/mopd/initiatives/project-open-house.page
Coastal erosion,FloodingStapleton waterfront flood mitigationConstruct a new tidal wetlands area at the Stapleton waterfront, between Canal and Water Streets, and a pilot stormwater management system in an adjacent public open space to capture stormwater before it reaches the bay.Economic Development CorporationCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.E.114Department of Parks and RecreationFEMA-HMGP$16,000,000 6/1/20168/1/20182.7,4.3,4.4N/AProject is completed. A portion of the wetlands were modified to be a mud flat due to erosion from tidal action.
FloodingHardening of EDC Emergency Operations CenterRaise the emergency generator at the Brooklyn Emergency Operations Center, and upgrade emergency backup systems related to MIS equipment at Brooklyn Emergency Operations Center and Manhattan Asset Management Emergency Operations Center.Economic Development CorporationCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.C.001City Expense$53,000 2.1,2.2,2.3,2.7N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Earthquakes,FloodingData Center Site BProvide consolidated Site B capability and capacity for applications not already hosted at DoITT's 2 MTC Data Center.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCompletedInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.056City Capital,Unknown$50,000,000 1/1/20132.1,2.10,2.2N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsNotification system for City employees (Everbridge)Develop an enhanced system for contacting City employees using a variety of communications media to notify, alert, and/or instruct City employees prior to and during emergencies.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.P.054New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$0Ongoing1.2,2.1,2.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Disease outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsInternet/DMZ managementSustain advanced bandwidth management devices to regulate appropriate usage of ISP links during emergencies.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.067City Capital$1,550,000 1/1/20146/2/2014TBD2.1,2.3N/A
Infrastructure failuresIP routing networkHarden the network, providing the City with required advanced bandwidth management devices to regulate appropriate use of ISP links during emergencies.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCompletedInfrastructure ProjectIF.P.009City Capital$2,900,000 10/3/201610/2/20171.2,2.1,2.10,2.2N/AThe network has been hardened with the industry leading BGP routing protocol and the Internet bandwidth is being upgraded to 40 Gbps.
Infrastructure failuresTelecommunications Planning and Resiliency OfficeCreate new unit in DoITT to study telecommunications risks and formulate and advocate for solutions.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCompletedInfrastructure ProjectIF.P.008Other Federal$1,200,000 1/1/201610/2/20162.1,2.3,3.3N/A
Infrastructure failuresCitywide VOIPAllow users to move to a different location with minimal reconfiguration and have regular phone numbers restored within hours if a City office building becomes inaccessible due to severe impact to both the PBX and Centrex lines.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCompletedPrevention and PolicyIF.E.002City Capital$10,000,000 9/1/20142.1,2.3N/A
Extreme TemperaturesConstruction Code revisionEncourage more "cool roofs" installations.Department of Buildings,Small Business ServicesCompletedPrevention and PolicyET.E.005City Expense$09-Jul1.3,2.5,4.3N/A
Winter StormsConstruction Code revisionApply the latest national standards for the determination of snow load, snow drift loads, and sliding snow loads.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyWS.C.001City Expense$02.5N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Severe weather,Winter stormsConstruction Code revisionRequire overflow drains to protect roof structures if primary roof drains fail. The structural load of accumulated rainwater will be accounted for in roof design.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.017City Expense$07/1/20091.3,2.4,2.5N/A
Coastal storms,Drought,Extreme temperatures,Severe weather,Winter stormsConstruction Code revisionProvide fee rebates to encourage construction of sustainable buildings.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.016City Expense$0Completed and in effect1.3,2.4,2.5N/A
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Severe weather,Winter stormsConstruction Code revisionIntroduce importance factors into the design of new critical facilities, power generating facilities, water treatment plants, and buildings where 300 people or more congregate in one area. Importance factors increase the design seismic, snow, and wind loads of a structure to prevent catastrophic collapse.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.015City Expense$07/1/20091.3,2.4,2.5,2.7N/A
Earthquakes,Flooding,Severe weatherConstruction Code revisionEnhance connectivity requirements for structural components. These changes will increase the structural integrity of new buildings, allowing them to better withstand an unanticipated event.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.014City Expense$07/1/20091.3,2.5N/A
Coastal storms,Severe weather,Winter stormsAdvanced warning systemProvide advanced warning of wind and other weather hazards to registered construction superintendents, site safety managers, and the media. This system will allow construction sites to take mitigating steps prior to the onset of hazardous weather.Department of BuildingsCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.013City Expense$0Completed and in effect1.2,1.3N/A
FloodingConstruction code revisionClarify current flooding regulations and adopt the latest national standards.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.E.014City Expense$014-Dec2.4,2.5N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Severe WeatherConstruction code updateAmended the NYC building code and electrical code to include legally required standby power systems in addition to emergency power and optional standby, and outlined equipment to be served. (1 RCNY 3606-04)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.016City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Severe WeatherConstruction code updateAmended the NYC building code and electrical code to include legally required standby power systems in addition to emergency power and optional standby, and outlined equipment to be served. (LL 111/13)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.015City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
FloodingConstruction code updateAmended the NYC building code to allow temporary flood shields, stairs and ramps as part of a flood emergency plan and related requirements. (LL 109/13)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.014City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
FloodingConstruction code updateAmended the NYC construction codes with regard to cable length and fuel oil storage in the special flood hazard area. (LL 99/13)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.013City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
FloodingConstruction code updateAmended the NYC building code to require elevations in NAVD and to use the the more stringent of either the 2007 FEMA FIRMs or the 2013 FEMA PFIRMs. (LL 96/13)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.012City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Severe WeatherConstruction code updateAmended the NYC building code to restrict patient care areas and patient sleeping spaces from being below DFE even with dry floodproofing. (LL 95/13)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.011City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
FloodingConstruction code updateAmended the NYC plumbing and building code in relation to backflow prevention. (LL 83/13)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.010City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Severe WeatherConstruction code updateExtended fee waiver for "eligible" Hurricane Sandy-damaged buildings to damaged "non-eligible" buildings, for work related to electrical and plumbing systems only. (LL 51/13)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.009City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Severe WeatherConstruction code updateAmended and added sections to the NYC Construction Codes governing the raising, lifting, elevating or moving the lowest above-grade floor or the lowest subgrade floor of a building. (LL 29/13)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.008City Expense$02.4,2.5N/A
FloodingConstruction Code RevisionRequire new critical facilities located in flood zones be raised higher than currently required.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.C.007City Expense$09-Jul1.3,2.1,2.5,2.7N/A
Extreme TemperaturesConstruction Code revisionRequire roof coverings or setbacks with a slope less than a 25% be white or a color rated by EnergyStar as highly reflective. This color shall cover at least 75% of the area of the roof or setback surface to better reflect heat.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyET.C.001City Expense$01.3,2.5N/A
EarthquakesBuilding code updateAdopt new seismic standards for risk-based requirements, and enhanced design requirements for liquefaction.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyEQ.E.008City Expense$011/1/2014Fall 20141.5,2.4,2.5,2.7N/ACurrent code revision cycle will review ASCE 7-10 and -16 versions
EarthquakesConstruction Code revisionUpdate seismic engineering requirements to current national standards. Take into account soil and foundation underpinning. Require seismic detailing and inspections to ensure compliance. This will make new buildings both stronger and more flexible in an earthquake.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyEQ.C.005City Expense$09-Jul1.3,2.1,2.3,2.5,2.7N/A
EarthquakesConstruction Code revisionRequire that new critical facilities, such as fire stations and hospitals, be designed with redundant structural systems. (The current code has no such requirement.)Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyEQ.C.004City Expense$09-Jul1.3,2.1,2.3,2.5,2.7N/A
DroughtConstruction Code revisionProvide standards to encourage water recycling.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyD.E.009City Expense$02.5,4.3N/A
DroughtConstruction Code revisionAllow the use of waterless urinals as part of an approved water conservation plan.Department of BuildingsCompletedPrevention and PolicyD.C.003City Expense$09-Jul1.3,2.10,2.3,2.5,4.3N/A
CBRNConstruction Code revisionAdopt improved fire protection standard and emergency egress standard for buildings over 420 feet from recent International Building Code.Department of BuildingsCompletedProperty ProtectionCB.P.001City Expense$0Completed as part of the 2014 Building Code1.5,2.5,2.7N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter storms59th Street MTS - Repair and Flood Hazard MitigationThe 59th St Marine Transfer Station required pier repairs, office repairs, conduit repair/replacement, and replacement of electrical equipment due to flood waters over four feet above the pier level, flooding one and one-half feet above office floors, and wind damage.Department of SanitationCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.020City Capital,FEMA$7,973,000 9/25/20144/11/2016TBD2.9N/AFloodproofing for pier electrical room, Emergency generator ablove FEMA flood elevation, submersable capstans
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherEmergency power generatorsProvide five large and 60 small emergency power generators to facilities during a hazard event.Department of SanitationCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.C.019City Expense$0Duration of emergency/immediate2.3N/APreliminary standard operating procedures for any forcasted event that threatens facilities.
FloodingProtection for the Manhattan 1,2,5 facilityDo new design planning for the Manhattan 1,2,5 facility under construction to provide for automated flood protection gates built into the sidewalks.Department of SanitationCompletedEmergency ServicesF.E.146City Capital$338,000 2/11/20136/30/20152.1,2.7,2.8N/AInsertion of water panels to mitigte sea level rise infiltration (original design). These are manually placed by hand. Not automated as originally requested.
FloodingSecondary feeders and wiring to BK1 and BK4Flood waters peaked at 2' submerging electrical supply cables with salt water resulting in total power outage to both facilities for several months post SANDY. Wires rendered non-functional and disconnected at the blockhouse.Department of SanitationCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.C.019FEMA$1,370,000 2/11/201312/1/20132.1,2.2,2.9N/AAll wiring and secondary feeders were replaced with marine grade to prevent destruction in the event this happens again. Facilites ran on limited power by generator until rectified.
FloodingRoof drains and guttersHave garage personnel do inspections and take action to clear roof drains and gutters to ensure facilities are protected from water intrusion.Department of SanitationCompletedEmergency ServicesF.C.018City Expense,Unknown$0Duration of emergency/immediate2.1,2.7N/APreliminary standard operating procedures for any forecasted event that threatens facilities.
FloodingSandbagging of all fuel fill ports and man-waysPrevent water intrusion, thereby ensuring fuel viability for continuity of operations.Department of SanitationCompletedEmergency ServicesF.C.017City Expense,Unknown$0Duration of emergency/ immediate2.1,2.3N/APreliminary standard operating procedures for any forecasted event that threatens facilities
Coastal storms,FloodingResiliency Innovations for a Stronger Economy (RISE) NYCRISE : NYC provides small businesses affected by Superstorm Sandy with free resiliency improvements to help them prepare for future storms and the impacts of climate change.Economic Development CorporationExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.046Mayor's Office of Resiliency,Office of Management and BudgetCDBG-DR$30,000,000 1/1/20141/30/20201.1,2.1,3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4N/Ahttps://www.nycedc.com/program/rise-nyc
Coastal storms,FloodingNorth 5th Street Bulkhead Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct the North 5th Street bulkhead in Brooklyn, which was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.049FEMA-406,Mayoral$1,771,000 10/1/20139/1/20182.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6156
Coastal storms,FloodingTiffany Street Pier Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct the fishing pier that was damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.050FEMA-406,Mayoral$1,915,000 8/1/20134/1/20182.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6119
Coastal storms,FloodingJoe Michael's Mile Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct the southern portion of Joe Michael's Mile.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.051Borough President,FEMA-406$1,445,000 6/1/20148/1/20182.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6257
Coastal storms,FloodingNew Brighton Comfort Station ReconstructionThe installation of a modular comfort station to replace the previous New Brighton comfort station, which was damaged beyond repair by Super Storm Sandy and subsequently demolishedDepartment of Parks and RecreationCompletedInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.048FEMA-406$2,000,000 6/1/20182.8,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingSandpiper Playground ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct Sandpiper Playground.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.052Borough President,City Council,FEMA-406,Mayoral$5,860,000 1/1/20156/1/20192.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6478
Coastal storms,FloodingMannahatta Fountain ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct the fountain and lighting damaged by Hurricane Sandy in Mannahatta Park.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.053FEMA-406,Mayoral6/1/20164/1/2020Between $1 million and $3 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6275
Coastal storms,FloodingNew Dorp Center Interior Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct the first floor of the New Dorp Center in Staten Island due to damage from Hurricane Sandy.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.054FEMA-406,Mayoral$2,127,000 4/1/20149/1/20192.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6318
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingEmergency Protective Measures on Staten Island (M)Emergency construction of temporary protective measures at FDR Beach and Boardwalk (R046) from Ocean Avenue South to Ocean Breeze Park, and New Dorp, Oakwood and Cedar Grove Beaches from New Dorp Avenue to Fox Lane, in Great Kills Park (R016) on Staten Island, Borough of Staten Island.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.032City Capital,FEMA$5,940,000 4/29/201312/12/20134.3N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingWorld's Fair Marina ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct the deteriorated fixed piers, floating docks, bulkhead, and related components, including Sandy-damaged elements.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.055FEMA-406,Mayoral$2,782,000 8/1/20174/1/20192.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/8551
Coastal storms,FloodingBayside Marina ReconstructionThis contract will replace electrical equipment, conduits and cable damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Bayside Marina.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.056FEMA-406,Mayoral$411,000 7/1/201412/1/20182.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6652
Coastal storms,FloodingBeach 24th/25th RampsThis project will construct a ramp to the Rockaway Beach Boardwalk at Beach 24th-25th Streets.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.057FEMA-4064/1/201810/1/2019Between $1 milllion an d$3 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/8972
Coastal storms,FloodingBeach 88th Street Park Construction (Baybreeze Park)This project will construct Bay Breeze Park.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.058FEMA-4064/1/201810/1/2019Between $5 million and $10 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/8970
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,FloodingGreen Infrastructure in ParkslandsIn 2015, NYC Parks' Green Infrastructure Unit conducted on a comprehensive study of opportunities for green infrastructure in parkland and identified sites for green infrastructure development. Over the next five years, the Green Infrastructure Unit anticipates constructing green infrastructure practices within approximately 160 parks with a construction budget of $30 million.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.078Department of Environmental ProtectionOther$30,000,000 1/1/20151/1/20171.5,2.1,4.3N/A
Extreme Temperatures,FloodingConversion of asphalt fields to natural or synthetic turf fieldsConvert 24 fields from asphalt to natural or synthetic turf with new drainage systems. Both scenarios would result in improved drainage and possible reduction of the urban heat island effect in large park areas.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedProperty ProtectionMH.C.035Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,NYC Health + HospitalsCity Capital$32,500,000 2.1,4.3N/A
Coastal stormsPlumb Beach groins and breakwaterComplete work to protect Belt Parkway.U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCompletedInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.017Department of Parks and RecreationCity Capital,USACE$6,000,000 1/1/20091/1/20133 months2.7N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Media/Fact-Sheets/Fact-Sheet-Article-View/Article/487400/fact-sheet-plumb-beach
Flooding,Severe weatherTidegate upgrade in Flushing Meadow Corona ParkUpdate and upgrade tidegates in the floodwater flow control structure under the north fascia of the Purpose Bridge. Install automated system that can be opened and closed based on tides, replacing the current gate system, which is manually controlled and difficult to operate.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedEmergency ServicesF.P.017Department of Environmental ProtectionCity Capital,FEMA-HMGP$5,000,000 4/1/20153/20/2015TBD2.1,2.3,2.7N/A
Coastal Erosion,Coastal StormsBeach restorationReconstruct dunes and shoreline protection in DPR beaches damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionCE.C.001$52,000,000 2.1,2.7,4.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureEnhanced emergency response communication operations at DOHMH headquartersEquip 2 Gotham with enhanced Motorola 800Mhz radio capacity to allow DOHMH response operations and communication to continue even if IT and phone networks are down.Department of Health and Mental HygieneCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.P.049New York City Emergency Management,New York State Department of HealthOther Federal$1,050,000 2 Years1.2,2.3N/AAll work complete and tested
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureMental health system IT record redundancyConvert paper records to electronic formats to prevent damage and loss in the event of a disaster and facilitate remote accessibility of client records. Include off-site backup capacity.Department of Health and Mental HygieneCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.062City Expense$6,000,000 One year to implement1.1,1.5,2.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherRiverside clinic upgradeEquip the new back-up Department of Emergency Operations Center (DEOC) with the appropriate infrastructure and technology to support DOHMH public health response to a citywide emergency.Department of Health and Mental HygieneCompletedProperty ProtectionsMH.C.018Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Design and ConstructionCity Capital,Other Federal$447,000 2/1/20142.3N/AAll work completed and tested.
Drought,Infrastructure FailureInterconnection between the Catskill and Delaware AqueductsConstruct the Shaft 4 connection, a new engineered connection between the Catskill and Delaware Aqueducts at the Delaware Aqueduct's Shaft 4 location, where the two aqueducts cross. This connection will allow DEP to divert Delaware system water into the Catskill Aqueduct, thereby allowing DEP to reduce the flow of water from Ashokan Reservoir when turbidity is elevated while still maintaining sufficient flow to provide service to outside communities and meet overall demand. This increases operational flexibility, reduces turbidity levels entering Kensico, and improves water quality for outside communities.Department of Environmental ProtectionCompletedInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.023City Capital$21,000,000 4/4/20131/1/20151.5,2.3,4.3N/A
FloodingCroton Falls pump station rehabilitationProvide additional redundancy for water supply operations by allowing DEP to move water between the Croton and Catskill/Delaware systems to supplement the local distribution system. Upgrade pumps stations to provide 87 million additional gallons per day into distribution if there is an emergency service disruption in the Catskill or Delaware system.Department of Environmental ProtectionCompletedInfrastructure ProjectF.E.140City Capital$41,000,000 6/1/201312/1/20182.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingValve installation/plumbing improvements through enhanced outreach and educationEncourage appropriate installation of check valves and other property protection systems to mitigate flooding risk.Department of Environmental ProtectionCompletedProperty ProtectionsF.E.006Department of BuildingsCity Expense$0Ongoing2.1,2.3,2.7,2.8,5.3N/ADEP issued a Homeowner's Guide to Flood Preparedness in 2014 and a new version is in development for 2016. The Department uses this as a tool to help homeowners identify where their properties could be vulnerable. As part of the South East Queens program and inland flooding conversations with communities and elected officials, the guide is presented to homeowners who are experiencing flooding due to heavy rains. DEP BWSO funded the development and printing of the homeowner's guide.
Coastal stormsCoastal Storm Risk Management Study and Pre-engineered Design for South Shore of Staten IslandCompleted Phase 1 (Ft. Wadsworth to Oakwood Beach). Report approved December 2016. Design under way. Measures include levees, flood walls, and bulkheads.U.S. Army Corps of EngineersExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.018Department of Parks and Recreation,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCity Capital,Other State,USACE$615,000,000 1/1/20178/31/20232.7,5.2N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Projects-in-New-York/South-Shore-of-Staten-IslandDesign underway; construction estimated start date is 2019, upon execution of construction agreement.
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsCrisis Management Tool DevelopmentDevelopment of GIS based emergency alert tracking and management tool.Department of EducationCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.P.170Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCity Capital,City Expense$500,000 1/1/20131/1/20141.1,1.2,1.4N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsEmergency preparedness plans and training for DOE StaffDevelop site-specific plans for all buildings, and engage consultants to do training.Department of EducationCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.209Department of Citywide Administrative Services,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$20,000 1/1/2017Ongoing1.1,1.4,2.1N/A
Flooding,Severe weather,Winter stormsFleet Relocation PlanDevelop a fleet relocation plan to protect vehicles and assets from damage caused by costal storms, flooding, severe wind events, or winter storms.Department of EducationCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.205City Expense$01/1/20151/1/2016Ongoing2.2,2.7N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsDepartment Emergency Operations CenterComplete build out of DOE Emergency Operations Center and Watch Command to facilitate DOE emergency planning, response, and recovery.Department of EducationCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.202Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,External Partners,SCACity Expense1/1/20151/1/20162.1,2.7,2.8,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Infrastructure failures,Winter stormsRedundant communicationsEstablish a redundant emergency communications system.Department of EducationCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.046New York City Emergency ManagementOther$5,000,000 1/1/20141/1/20162.3N/A
CBRNPathogen Plan developmentDevelopment of a DOE Pathogen Plan to aid in the response to a wide range of environmental incidents including chemical, biological, and pathogen borne illnesses.Department of EducationCompletedPrevention and PolicyCB.E.006Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$012/1/20171.1,1.4N/A
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Infrastructure failuresEmergency Operations Center improvementsUpgrade Emergency Operations Center building infrastructure and communications.Department of CorrectionCompletedProperty ProtectionsMH.P.029City Capital$2,000,000 10/1/201510/1/2017TBD1.1,1.2,2.1N/A
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Infrastructure failuresEmergency power upgrades and replacementsInstall emergency generator ports to allow immediate portable generator installation. Purchase 10 900KW portable generators.Department of CorrectionCompletedProperty ProtectionsMH.E.045City Capital$15,000,000 1/1/20131/1/2015TBD1.1,2.3,2.7N/A
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Infrastructure failuresCogeneration plantInstall cogeneration plant to reduce reliance on Con Ed power while complying with the GreeNYC Plan for DOB.Department of CorrectionCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.044City Capital$125,000,000 1/1/20131/1/20151.1,2.10,2.3,4.3N/A
Infrastructure failuresUtilities on Buono BridgeBuild redundancy, including additional water and gas mains and upgraded generators, to protect against bridge collapse.Department of CorrectionCompletedProperty ProtectionsIF.P.003City Capital$211,000,000 1/1/19931/1/2006TBD1.1,2.1,2.3N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresInter-agency fuelingSupport inter-agency fueling citywide through fuel-management system. DCAS is currently implementing the EJ Ward fuel-tracking system citywide. Agencies will have the ability to fuel at other agency locations and track fuel reserves electronically.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.010City Capital$6,750,000 6/30/20142.1,3.1N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresCity fueling during emergenciesHarden municipal fueling stations and enhance mobile fueling capability to support City government and critical fleets. DCAS is increasing its mobile fueling fleet, negotiating with fuel suppliers and the NY National Guard to enhance emergency fueling operations, and negotiating with the NYPD to prioritize fueling of City vehicles at select retail fueling locations. A new Fuel Operations Playbook was finalized and submitted to the City Council by NYCEM as required by law.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.009Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and Recreation,Department of Sanitation,Mayor's Office of Resiliency,New York City Department of Transportation,New York City Emergency Management,New York City Police DepartmentCity Capital$8,750,000 1/1/201512/31/20162.1N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherProtection of City's fuel supplyProcure additional mobile fueling trucks, generators, light towers, forklifts, and water pumps to permit the City to harden its own fuel supply infrastructure and put in place emergency fueling operations immediately following a disruption in the supply chain. Light towers have been delivered.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCompletedEmergency ServicesMH.E.007Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and Recreation,Department of Sanitation,New York City Department of Transportation,New York City Emergency Management,New York City Police DepartmentCity Capital,City Expense$25,800,000 1/1/20156/1/2016Fuel trucks, forklifts, generators and water pumps are in the specification process.2.1,2.3,2.9N/A
Extreme temperaturesPeak load management programConserve power during summer peak demand hours, usually noon to 6:00 PM, on days designated by NYPA.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCompletedPrevention and PolicyET.E.002Department of Design and ConstructionCity Expense$07/1/20136/30/2022Ongoing (implemented seasonally)2.1,2.3,4.3N/A
Extreme temperaturesPower conservationInstall energy-saving light fixtures in 55 City-owned buildings.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCompletedPrevention and PolicyET.E.001City Capital,City Expense$10,000,000 7/1/2015Five years2.10,2.3,4.3N/APlan is to double this in the next five years
Coastal stormsFlooding preventionAvoid occupying space near or in SLOSH zones A and B, even if the HRA-General Support Services program can accept the space from DCAS.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCompletedPrevention and PolicyCS.P.001Department of Social ServicesCity Expense$01/1/2017There is a new lease in place and this is part of the landlord's responsibilities.2.1,2.2N/A
Extreme temperaturesAC upgrade for senior centersContinue to monitor status of AC systems at senior centers to help mitigate the effects of heat. Provide for repair or replacement as required.Department For The AgingCompletedEmergency ServicesET.2018.013New York City Housing AuthorityAuthority Expense6/30/20181.1,1.4,2.2,2.3N/A
Coastal stormsEmergency generator at Manhattan senior centerDesign and install item to make property more resilient.Department For The AgingCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.C.006$01/1/201512/30/20161.1,2.2,2.3,2.7N/A
Coastal stormsFlood barriers, sump pumps Queens JASADesign and install items to make property more resilient.Department For The AgingCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.C.005$01/1/201512/30/20161.1,2.2,2.7N/A
Coastal stormsFlood protection measures at Brooklyn JASAEmergency generator, flood barriers, relocation of electrical services, meters and panels: Design and install items to make property more resilient.Department For The AgingCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.C.004$01/1/201512/30/20161.1,2.2,2.7N/A
Coastal stormsResilient flood protection at senior centersEmergency generator, flood barriers, sump pumps at five locations. Design and install items to make property more resilient.Department For The AgingCompletedProperty ProtectionsCS.C.003$01/1/201512/30/20161.1,2.1,2.7N/A
Coastal StormsResilient neighborhoods planning studiesIdentify and address vulnerabilities specific to communities in flood zones, as designated by new federal flood maps, and those neighborhoods severely affected by Hurricane Sandy. Goals include reducing risk from natural hazards such as flooding and coastal storms, fostering economically and socially vibrant communities that are able to adapt to changing conditions, coordinating land use planning with rebuilding activities and infrastructure investment, and including a robust stakeholder-engagement process.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyCS.E.019Department of Buildings,Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and Recreation,Housing Preservation and Development,Mayor's Office of Resiliency,New York City Department of Transportation,New York City Emergency ManagementCDBG$012/1/20125/1/2017Studies completed in 2017. Implementation of recommnded zoning changes ongoing, planned certification with Flood Text II in mid-2019. Ongoing1.1,1.6,2.4,2.5,3.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/plans/resilient-neighborhoods.page
Coastal StormsDCP planning support and technical assistance for Sandy disaster recoverySupport a variety of rebuilding and resilience activities with data analysis and mapping, coastal resilience planning, legal and technical support, community outreach and coordination, demographic analysis, tracking of housing permit activity, NYCHA resilience and replacement housing, and open space and Bluebelt planning.Department of City PlanningExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.E.020Department of Buildings,Department of Design and Construction,Housing Preservation and Development,Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery Operations,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG$01/1/20137/1/2019Flood Resiliency Zoning Text Amendment was approved by the City Council in Oct. 2013 on a temporary basis. Throughout 2017 and into 2018, DCP engaged with communities to the floodplain learn from their experiences and is currently in the process of developing a proposal for a permanent Flood Resiliency Zoning Text Amendment.2.1,2.5,3.1,5.2N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/plans/flood-resilience-zoning-text-update/flood-resilience-zoning-text-update.page
Coastal erosion,Coastal stormsSunset Cove Parks sustainable shoreline at Broad Channel, Jamaica BayConstruct saltwater marsh and upland forest to help stabilize shoreline. Project includes berm which reduces flood risk from surge events for the upland Broad Channel community.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionCS.E.024Department of InvestigationDOI$12,744,000 3/20/20141/20/20192.8,4.3,4.4N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/7132
Coastal stormsNY & NJ Habor and Tributaries Coastal Storm Risk Management Feasibility StudyCoastal Storm Risk Management Study on the New York Harbor and tributaries. Measures being evaluated include levees, flood walls, bulkheads, and storm surge barriers. U.S. Army Corps of EngineersExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionCS.E.032Mayor's Office of ResiliencyOther,Other State,USACE7/15/20161/7/2022end date unknown at this time.4.1,4.2N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Media/Fact-Sheets/Fact-Sheet-Article-View/Article/644997/fact-sheet-new-yorknew-jersey-harbor-tributaries-focus-area-feasibility-study
DroughtCroton filtration facilityActivate new filtration facility for Croton system. Historically, 10% of the city's average daily water demand has been provided by the Croton system, although in times of drought it may supply significantly more water. The Croton system has been offline since 2008 while the City constructs a water treatment plant to filter the Croton Reservoir. The new filtration facility will allow the system to resume its supply of water to New York City.Department of Environmental ProtectionCompletedInfrastructure ProjectD.C.002Department of Parks and RecreationCity Capital$3,200,000,000 1/23/20045/1/20152.2,2.3N/Ahttp://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/html/news/croton.shtml
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureBuilding Identification Numbers (BINs)Assign BIN numbers to buildings that currently do not have them and to structures (such as bridges, tunnels, subway stations, monuments, and temporary structures) to allow the FDNY to better inspect these buildings and structures as part of its Risk Based Inspection System (RBIS).Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.198Unknown$200,000 Ongoing2.1,2.5,5.2N/A
Coastal Storms,FloodingRetail resiliency studyThe Resilient Retail initiative will consider the unique characteristics of commercial retail corridors located within New York Citys floodplain and the specific risks and opportunities each faces in order to manage flood risk and strengthen the vitality of retail corridors and the neighborhoods they serve. The study will also identify options to ensure that critical goods and services are available locally for all communities in the floodplain.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.197CDBG$01/1/201312/1/20163.3N/A
Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,FloodingCoastal Zone ManagementThe Waterfront Revitalization Program is the city's coastal zone management tool that provides review of discretionary actions located within the coastal zone to ensure alignement with city policies and goals.In 2012, DCP proposed a set of revisions that advances sustainability and climate resilience planning along the waterfronts, making New York City one of the first major cities in the U.S. to incorporate climate change considerations into its Coastal Zone Management Program. The revisions will also promote a range of ecological objectives and strategies, facilitate interagency review of permitting to preserve and enhance maritime infrastructure, and support a sustainable working waterfront.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.020Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and RecreationUnknown$01992, 2009, and 2012 revisions pending approval from NYS and NOAA2.2,4.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresOpen Industrial Uses StudyPromote a more sustainable and resilient working waterfront by assessing cost-effective, pollution-prevention controls for unenclosed industrial facilities. The study also recommends stronger safeguards for open activities and the storage of hazardous and non-hazardous materials along the waterfront and in flood zones.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.013Department of Buildings,Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Sanitation,Mayor's Office of Resiliency,Office of Environmental RemediationUnknown$01/1/2014Draft issued in 20142.4,4.3N/ADraft report issued in 2014
Coastal Storms,Extreme TemperaturesStreet tree requirementsRequire planting of one street tree for every 25 feet of street frontage of the zoning lot for new developments, major enlargements, and certain use conversions. Each lot is subject to a minimum of one street tree. This zoning resolution establishes requirements for sidewalk planting strips in lower-density residential districts. These zoning regulations, adopted into law on April 30, 2008, support PlaNYC goals for increased street tree canopy, air quality improvement, and stormwater management. They also help reduce the urban heat island effect.Department of City PlanningCompletedCoastal/Natural Resource ProtectionMH.C.011Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and RecreationUnknown$02.3,4.3,4.4N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,FloodingFront yard planning requirementsPrevent excessive paving of front yards. Require a minimum percentage of all front yards be landscaped, prohibit steeply pitched driveways in front yards, and encourage rear-yard garages to maximize planting area in the front yard. This package of regulations mitigates stormwater run-off, reduces surrounding temperatures, and enhances the attractiveness of neighborhood streets while furthering PlaNYC sustainability goals.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.010Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and RecreationUnknown$02.3,4.3,4.4N/A
Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,FloodingWaterfront Revitalization Program consistencyReview discretionary projects for consistency with the Citys Waterfront Revitalization Program (WRP). Policy 6 of the WRP establishes a goal of minimizing loss of life, structures and natural resources caused by flooding and [coastal] erosion," and impacts decisions regarding all discretionary review of development on the waterfront and in the 100-year floodplain. Policy 5 protects water quality in coastal areas by ensuring wetlands and natural areas, which are critical buffers against flood hazards, receive sufficient quantities of water to sustain or improve their functioning. The WRP revisions proactively advance resiliency by incorporating climate change and emergency preparedness considerations into its Coastal Zone Management Program.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.009Unknown$0WRP - 2002 and 2012 revisions; 2016 revisions2.1,2.2,4.3N/A
Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,FloodingWaterfront open spacePromote the preservation and development of waterfront open space. Pursuant to Policy 8 of the Waterfront Revitalization Program (WRP), the development of public open space along the waterfront is promoted through public and private initiatives. This effort increases biodiversity and natural assets while supporting flood resiliency efforts by mitigating the impact of sea level rise, erosion, subsidence, and other flood risks.Department of City PlanningCompletedCoastal/Natural Resource ProtectionMH.C.008Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and RecreationUnknown$02.2,4.3N/A
Coastal Storms,FloodingHazard mitigation planning and zoningExamine ways to incorporate hazard mitigation goals into City-sponsored rezoning initiatives. A number of rezonings with waterfront and floodplain components have been adopted, including Greenpoint/Williamsburg, Coney Island, Hunter's Point, East Shore of Staten Island, and Hamilton Beach and Broad Channel. These rezonings incorporate goals established in the Waterfront Revitalization Program (WRP), increase open space along the waterfront, and encourage flood resilient construction in new development.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.007Unknown$09/7/2017WRP - 2002 and 2012 revisions, HMP 2009, revisions 20162.2,2.7,4.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureParking lot stormwater managementPromote the greening of new and expanded commercial parking lots of more than 18 spaces, or 6,000 square feet, by requiring landscaping, perimeter screening, street tree planting, minimum percentage of planting in front yards, and maneuverability standards based on the lot size. In keeping with PlaNYC sustainability goals, the new regulations, approved in 2007, will assist in effectively managing stormwater runoff, cooling the air, reducing the heat island effect, improving vehicular circulation, and enhancing the public realm by visually improving unsightly expanses of pavement.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.006Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and RecreationUnknown$020082.3,4.3,4.4N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherGreen zoning regulationsRemove impediments to the construction and retrofit of green buildings and promote sustainable and resilient stormwater management through green and blue roofs, the use of permeable pavement, residential streetscape preservation, yard and open space enhancements, and green standards for parking lots. Additionally, regulations allow greater flexibility for location of boilers and cogeneration facilities on rooftops, increasing a building's resiliency during a disaster.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.C.005Department of BuildingsUnknown$04/30/201220112.1,2.3,2.4,4.3N/A
DroughtWater Demand Management Plan and water shortage rulesAdopt new Plan to conserve 20 million gallons of water per day citywide ahead of the 2022 Delaware Aqueduct shutdown, and promulgate revisions to existing water shortage rules to impose use restrictions, if necessary, during drought and water shortage emergencies.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingPrevention and PolicyD.E.004Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Education,Department of Parks and Recreation,Fire Deparment of the City of New York,NYC Health + Hospitals,New York City Housing Authority,The City University of New YorkCity Capital,City Expense10/1/201210/1/2022Rule revisions to be promulgated prior to 2022, Water Demand Management Plan implemented by 20222.1,2.3,4.3N/Ahttp://nyc.gov/dep/conservation
Coastal storms,FloodingFlood Resilient Building Design ManualProvide guidance for planning and design of new construction and retrofit of existing buildings in areas subject to flooding. Guidance will mitigate property damage and life safety dangers posed by structurally and superficially damaged buildings.Department of City PlanningCompletedEducation and AwarenessF.C.006Department of BuildingsFEMA-HMGP$05/1/201310/1/20142.10,2.4,2.5,2.6,2.7,2.8N/AReport was released in Oct. 2014, Available here: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcp/html/retrofitting/index.shtml
FloodingDesigning for Flood Risk reportIdentify key principles to guide the design of new buildings in flood zones to promote construction that can not only withstand coastal flood events, but also supports the vibrancy of the public realm. Recognizing the distinct character and needs of higher-density urban environments, such as New York City, the report provides recommendations for how regulations and individual project design can incorporate resilient design principles.Department of City PlanningCompletedEducation and AwarenessF.C.005Department of BuildingsUnknown$06/1/201320132.2,2.4,2.5,2.6N/AProject was completed in 2013.
Disease outbreaksStarLIMSInvest in state-of-the-art Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) essential to maintaining and strengthening DOHMH's ability to rapidly perform the laboratory testing required to detect and manage disease outbreaks of significant public health concern. This investment will provide the labs the ability to test for new emerging diseases, provide for OCME integration (electronic interface with the Chief Medical Examiner), and allow more tests to be performed during a biological or terrorist event where mass causalities may occur.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingPrevention and PolicyDO.E.003FEMA-HSGP,Unknown$0Ongoing need1.2,1.5N/Ahttp://otda.ny.gov/policy/directives/2017/LCM/17-LCM-14-Attachment-4.pdfhttp://www1.nyc.gov/assets/orr/pdf/Cool_Neighborhoods_NYC_Report_FINAL.pdf
Coastal StormsUrban Waterfront Adaptive Strategies reportProvide a systematic assessment of the coastal flood hazards that face New York City, a thorough survey of coastal protection and adaptation strategies that may be suitable for different shoreline and neighborhood types, and a framework for evaluating coastal protection alternatives. The report is intended to serve as a resource for planners, policymakers, and communities within New York City, the region, and elsewhere in the coastal United States.Department of City PlanningCompletedEducation and AwarenessCS.C.001Department of Buildings,Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and RecreationUnknown$06/1/20132.7,4.2,4.4N/AProject was completed in 2013.
Cyber threatsProtection of City's data, systems and services from cyber attackUtilized FFY13 UASI grant funding to install appliances for advanced persistent threat (APT) detection on the City's Outbound Internet path.Cyber 3CompletedProperty ProtectionsCY.E.001FEMA-HSGP$4,300,000 2/1/201311/30/20152.1,2.3N/AProposing to sustain the investment with FFY18 UASI funding through August 2021 (see NEW tab).
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureStorm-hardening of critical facilitiesThe Company has implemented current FEMA 100-year flood levels plus three feet in our storm hardening designs. The storm hardening efforts were implemented at critical facilities by installing sheet pile walls, flood barriers, gates and doors, concrete reinforced walls and pumping stations. Where feasible, Con Edison implemented a defense-in-depth approach by additionally raising critical equipment and installing platforms for new structures. All at-risk, critical Con Edison facilities have been protected up to this design level, and the flood design specification ensures that any future modifications to these facilities account for flood protection and best available flood data.Con EdisonCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.196Authority Expense$400,000,000 2.2,2.7,3.3N/A
Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsUnderground electric system improvementsFortify the underground system by installing submersible equipment in flood-prone areas and applying sectionalizing strategies to minimize number of customers impacted by flooding.Con EdisonCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.194Authority Expense$200,000,000 1/22/20131/22/20162.7,3.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsOverhead electric system improvementsFortify the overhead system from wind and tree damage by reducing circuits into smaller segments, isolating open wire spurs from feeder main runs, improving auto-loop reliability, and selective undergrounding of overhead infrastructure.Con EdisonCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.193Authority Expense$250,000,000 2.7,3.3N/A
Infrastructure failuresVerizon Network Transformation (copper to fiber migration)Verizon was authorized to migrate 65 wire centers in NYC from copper to fiber. Verizon is working with DoITT to migrate agencies using services from the 65 wire centers.VerizonExistingInfrastructure ProjectIF.2018.004Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsVendor1/1/201712/31/20232.2,2.8,2.9,3.2,3.3N/AThis action replaces the item IF.E.013. Cost Estimate TBD
Extreme temperaturesCool Neighborhoods StudyImplement recommendations from the Cool Neighorhoods Study to protect communities from rising temperatures due to climate change. Projects include promoting the CoolRoofs program, planting trees in targeted neighborhoods, researching cool pavements, expanding green infrastructure, creating a pilot community-based resilience program, and training home health aides. Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.002Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,Department of Parks and Recreation,New York City Department of Transportation,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$106,000,000 6/1/2017ongoing4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/assets/orr/pdf/Cool_Neighborhoods_NYC_Report_FINAL.pdf
FloodingDesign and Construction Excellence 2.0 -- Guiding PrinciplesGuiding Principles is a publication that outlines shared aims that ensure equity, sustainability, resiliency, and healthy living are integral to the design and construction process. This publication directly supports Design and Construction Excellence 2.0 (DCE 2.0), our program that, through partnerships with renowned design and construction professionals, delivers innovative and enduring public buildings and infrastructure.Department of Design and ConstructionCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.2018.001City Expense11/2/20159/15/20162.4,2.5,2.6N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/ddc/about/guiding-principles.page
FloodingSilver Jackets ProgramSilver Jackets Program - The New York Silver Jackets team is an interagency team dedicated to working collaboratively within the state of New York with appropriate stakeholders in developing and implementing solutions to flood hazards by identifying agency resources, funding programs and technical expertise. The teams focus areas are improved outreach and coordination and developing an interagency approach to flood risk management. U.S. Army Corps of EngineersExistingEducation and AwarenessF.2018.005$100,000 1/1/2007Ongoing3.1N/Ahttp://silverjackets.nfrmp.us/State-Teams/New-YorkSilver Jackets Program is a program that receives continuous funding and operates year round
FloodingAsser Levy Boiler and Pool Dehumidifier RepairReconstructed the boiler after Hurricane Sandy damageDepartment of Parks and RecreationCompletedInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.030FEMA-406,Mayoral$1,381,000 10/1/20125/1/20172.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6134
FloodingRockaway Beach Shorefront Parkway Handball Court ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct the handball courts at Rockaway Beach.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.031City Capital,FEMA-40611/1/20155/1/2019Between $1 million and $3 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6852
FloodingRockaway Beach Skate Park ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct the skate park at Rockaway Beach.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.032Borough President,FEMA-406,MayoralBetween $1 million and $3 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/3358
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsRisk assessments and GrantsThrough the Business Preparedness and Resiliency Program (Business PREP), SBS will offer on-site assessments to businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The assessment will include an operation and physical risk evaluation, as well as a review of the business' insurance coverage. After the assessment, businesses will have access to a grant of $3,000 to purchase specific items that will improve their resiliency.Small Business ServicesExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.P.162New York City Emergency ManagementCDBG$4,370,000 1/4/201712/31/2019Will be considering options to extend this service (specifically assessments)3.2,3.3,3.4,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsHazard mitigation education for businessesThrough the Business Preparedness and Resiliency Program (Business PREP), SBS offers workshops and webinars for small businesses across NYC. The workshops focus on business continuity planning and emergency preparedness, and are in collaboration with NYCEM. Businesses receive planning materials and resources, and are made aware of the other services that SBS offers (including: financing, legal assistance, business education, etc.)Small Business ServicesExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.P.161New York City Emergency ManagementCDBG,CDBG-NY Rising$100,000 11/2/201512/31/2019Will be considering options to extend this service.3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5,5.1,5.2,5.3N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingSmall business outreachThrough the Business Preparedness and Resiliency Program (Business PREP), SBS will lead an awareness campaign to inform businesses of how to best prepare for emergencies. This will also feed in to the Business PREP workshops, assessments & grants, and SBS online resources.Small Business ServicesExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.P.160New York City Emergency ManagementCDBG$500,000 3/1/201712/31/2019Will be considering options to extend this service.3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5,5.1,5.2,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsSBS Digital OutreachUpdate SBS website with information on emergency preparedness and mitigation best practices (including business emergency planning and continuity plan templates, personal preparedness materials, insurance information, etc.), and conduct online outreach (including email and social media) to business and neighborhood organization customers to inform them of mitigation best practices and how to prepare for an upcoming hazard. Disseminate NYCEM information through website and social media channels in the event of an emergency.Small Business ServicesExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.P.158CDBG-DR$1,000,000 1/9/201712/31/2020Ongoing3.3,3.4,5.1,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherSBS Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)SBS maintains a plan to ensure critical agency functions and services are available in the event of an emergency.Small Business ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.158New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$0Ongoing2.3,3.2N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherEmergency response unitSBS has a support team of business counselors who assist businesses in recovering and reopening in the wake of a disaster or emergency. This outreach team can provide information on mitigation practices and connect to various SBS services.Small Business ServicesExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.157New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$0Ongoing3.2,3.4N/A
Severe WeatherIncreased line clearance tree trim programExpand line clearance tree trim program to institute a 4 year tree trim cycle and increase removal of hazardous trees outside normal trim zones.Public Service Enterprise GroupExistingProperty ProtectionSW.P.005Authority Capital,CDBG$150,000,000 2.1,2.7,3.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsStorm damage mitigationPlace overhead distribution lines underground in high-risk areas with extreme exposure to falling trees. Install automated sectionaling switches to reduce/isolate outage areas.Public Service Enterprise GroupExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.157Authority Capital,FEMA$3,500,000 ongoing2.1,2.2,2.7,3.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureOverhead electric infrastructureRaise/relocate the overhead electric infrastructure to mitigate proximity violations as a result of homes being raised to comply with FEMA guidelines.Public Service Enterprise GroupExistingProperty ProtectionMH.P.156CDBG,FEMA,Insurance Proceeds$500,000 Ongoing and as required1.1,2.1,2.2,3.3N/A
FloodingSubstation mitigationRaise replacement equipment in Sandy-flooded substations to protect against another storm of similar magnitude.Public Service Enterprise GroupExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.075Authority Capital,CDBG,FEMA,Insurance Proceeds$28,500,000 2.1,2.2,3.3N/A
FloodingEmergency generators for contingency support to flood-damaged substationsInstall mobile generators and secure additional capacity to ensure customers in the Rockaways do not experience long power outages should flood-damaged substation equipment fail before it can be replaced.Public Service Enterprise GroupExistingProperty ProtectionF.E.103Authority Capital,FEMA$3,500,000 2.3N/A
Disease OutbreaksPandemic planProvide guidance in the event of a pandemic outbreak in PSEG's service territory. This plan addresses prevention, response, and recovery due to a pandemic outbreak.Public Service Enterprise GroupExistingEmergency ServicesDO.E.004NYS DHSES,Nassau County OEM,New York City Emergency Management,Suffolk County OEMAuthority Capital,Unknown$0Ongoing5.3N/A
Coastal StormsAnnual Hurricane Tabletop ExerciseChallenge the participating agencies to respond to various hurricane scenarios. Response includes restoration, planning, logistics, and communications.Public Service Enterprise GroupExistingEducation and AwarenessCS.E.015NYS DHSES,Nassau County OEM,New York City Emergency Management,Suffolk County OEMAuthority Expense$25,000 On-going1.4N/A
FloodingJFK Airport runway upgradeRedesign and retrofit runways 13R and 31L including raising the grade, modifying existing drainage, and installing new lighting and concrete pavement.Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (Aviation)ExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.073Federal Aviation AdministrationPANYNJ$47,900,000 4 Years2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingDrainage improvements for Pump House # 4 and # 6 at LaGuardia AirportUpgrade pumps and electrical power supply, and modify structural walks and platform decks.Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (Aviation)ExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.093FEMA,FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$8,100,000 11/30/201411/24/20182.1,2.7N/ACorresponds to CA02-488 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
FloodingVietnam Veterans Plaza Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy) (M046-114M)This project will reconstruct lighting and electrical components damaged by Hurricane Sandy at Vietnam Veterans Plaza.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.033FEMA-406,MayoralBetween $1 million and $3 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6176
FloodingInwood Hill Nature Center Post-Sandy ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct the Inwood Hill Nature Center at Inwood Hill Park due to damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.035City Council,FEMA-406,MayoralBetween $1 million and $3 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/7365
FloodingTappen and South BeachThis project will reconstruct the electrical and mechanical components of fountains damaged during Hurricane Sandy at Tappen Park and South Beach.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.036FEMA-406,Mayoral6/1/2020Less than $1 Million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6171
FloodingBuono Beach Fountain RepairThis project will reconstruct the electrical and mechanical components of the fountain at Buono Beach in Alice Austen Park.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.037FEMA-406,Mayoral7/1/20156/1/2020Less than $1 Million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/7154
FloodingTribute Park Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct Tribute Park due to damage from Hurricane Sandy.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.038FEMA-406,Mayoral$2,288,000 6/1/201512/1/20192.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6618
FloodingFairview Park Multi-Purpose Field and Landscape ConstructionThis project will construct a multi-purpose field, baseball field, tennis courts, pickleball courts, adult fitness equipment, picnic area, parking area, bio-retention areas, paths, and landscape elements at Fairview ParkDepartment of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.039FEMA-406,Mayoral6/1/20154/1/2020Greater than $10 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/8779
FloodingWolfe's Pond Park Playground Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct the basketball courts, paths, fencing, landscape and park amenities at Wolfe's Pond Park.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.040Borough President,City Council,FEMA-406$1,000,000 9/1/201710/1/20172.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/8884
FloodingMidland Beach Landscape and Drainage ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct Hurricane Sandy-damaged drain inlets, catch basins and lines, timber barrier rail fencing, vehicular barrier gates (and concrete island) and electrical utility boxes at Midland Beach.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.041FEMA-406$425,000 4/1/20156/1/20192.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/8682
FloodingBuono Beach and Alice Austen Reconstruction due to Hurricane SandyThis project will reconstruct the landscape elements at Alice Austen House including picket fences and paths due to damage sustained during Hurricane Sandy. The project will also include the installation of security lighting.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.042FEMA-406,Mayoral$609,000 9/1/20147/1/20192.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6625
Coastal storms,FloodingZoning for flood-resistant construction, Phase I and IIMake text amendments to modify zoning to encourage flood-resistant construction. The regulations would be consistent with updated flood area construction practices and the need for greater resilience in the larger flood zones established by FEMA.Department of City PlanningExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.139Department of Buildings,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG$01/1/2013Ongoing2.4,2.5N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/plans/flood-resilience-zoning-text-update/flood-resilience-zoning-text-update.pageFlood Resiliency Zoning Text Amendment was approved by the City Council in Oct. 2013 on a temporary basis. Throughout 2017 and into 2018, DCP engaged with communities to the floodplain learn from their experiences and is currently in the process of developing a proposal for a permanent Flood Resiliency Zoning Text Amendment.
Coastal Storms,FloodingResilient IndustryThe Resilient Industry initiative will assess vulnerability to flooding in industrial areas of New York City and propose strategies that individual businesses and the City can pursue to make industrial areas and surrounding communities more resilient. The study will consider both physical changes to protect industrial facilities and operational strategies to prepare for future storms.Department of City PlanningCompletedPrevention and PolicyF.E.141Department of Environmental Protection,Mayor's Office of Resiliency,New York City Emergency ManagementFEMA-HMGP$01/1/20153/14/2018Project was released in March 2018.1.1,2.1,2.6,2.7N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/plans/resilient-industry/resilient-industry.page
Flooding,Severe weatherOlmsted Center ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct the existing Olmsted Center in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. The scope includes flood mitigation measures to reduce flood risk.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.016Mayoral$15,190,000 5/1/20159/20/20202.1,2.2,2.7N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/5504
FloodingSafeguarding NYCHA cellar equipmentAt 219 buildings within the 33 NYCHA developments with Sandy damage, install duplex sump pumps for dewatering and additional floor drains; raise switchgear where possible; use watertight seals on electrical panels subject to flooding; and install elevated platforms for vital equipment. New York City Housing AuthorityExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.038FEMA,Insurance Proceeds$26,000,000 8/18/20155/4/20222.2,2.7,2.8N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/nycha/about/recovery-resiliency.page
FloodingNYCHA floodgates and barriersInstall floodgates and barrier mechanisms to control the rate of water infiltration into building areas prone to flooding at 219 buildings within the 33 NYCHA developments with Sandy damage.New York City Housing AuthorityExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.040FEMA,Insurance Proceeds$318,000,000 8/18/20155/4/20222.1,2.7,2.8N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/nycha/about/recovery-resiliency.page
FloodingNYCHA boiler rooms and electrical equipmentRelocate low-lying boiler rooms and electrical switchgear panels submerged during Hurricane Sandy to areas within existing structures, new extensions, or stand-alone facilities at higher elevations at 219 buildings in 33 developments with Sandy damage.New York City Housing AuthorityExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.041FEMA-HMGP,Insurance Proceeds$198,000,000 8/18/20155/4/20221.1,2.1,2.2N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/nycha/about/recovery-resiliency.page
FloodingHunts Point Resiliency StudyHunts Point Resiliency Study: Project to assess feasibility and develop conceptual design for pilot resiliency project for Food Distribution Center and Hunts Point neighborhood.Economic Development CorporationExistingPrevention and PolicyF.P.054Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG-Rebuild By Design,City Capital$71,000,000 6/2/201611/1/20221.1,2.1,4.3,4.4N/Ahttp://huntspointresiliency.nyc
Coastal storms,FloodingLower Manhattan Coastal ResiliencyInstall an integrated flood protection system in Lower Manhattan, including the Two Bridges area.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.056CDBG-DR$203,000,000 9/30/20221.1N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/assets/lmcr/downloads/pdf/180718_FINAL_Two%20Bridges_CB3%20workshop%20R4.pdf
Coastal storms,FloodingIntegrated flood protection system for Red HookDesign and construct a flexible integrated flood protection system for Red Hook that is composed of elements such as terraced berms, benches, park walls, flood-proofed buildings, or bridge abutments; drainage improvements; and temporary features such as deployable floodwalls that can be erected in advance of an extreme weather event.Economic Development CorporationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.057Department of Design and Construction,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCity Capital,FEMA-HMGP$100,000,000 8/1/2018TBD1.1,2.1,2.7N/Ahttps://www.nycedc.com/sites/default/files/filemanager/Projects/rh_ifps/Public_Meeting_4/RH_IFPS_Summary_Brochure_June_2017.pdfA design RFP is currnetly being prepard.
Coastal storms,FloodingLower Manhattan Coastal Resilency - South of Brooklyn BridgeCreate an implementation plan and design for an integrated flood protection system for remaining southern Manhattan areas.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.P.065City Capital$1,000,000 4/22/2016TBD2.1,4.4N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/assets/lmcr/downloads/pdf/LMCRCB1Briefing4.17.184PM.PDFOneNYC 2018 PR: Complete Conceptual Design for the South Street Seaport and the Battery OneNYC 2018 PR: Investigate feasibility of IFPM in the Seaport OneNYC 2018 PR: Advance schematic design for Two Bridges OneNYC 2018 PR: Release RFP and begin final design for Two Bridges OneNYC 2018 PR: Complete Long-Term Strategy Plan for LMCR
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsLaGuardia Airport central electric substationRehabilitate the supervisory controls and data acquisition of the Central Electric and West End substation SCADA system to enhance the airport's ability to manage and recover from emergencies.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingEmergency ServicesMH.P.142FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$1,500,000 4 Years2.1,2.10,2.7N/A
FloodingFlood protection of vital infrastructure at JFK AirportRestore capacity to handle stormwater runoff captured in catch basins and conveyed into outfalls 1 and 2 through storm drainage system.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.067Federal Aviation AdministrationFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$5,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingWorld Trade Center resiliency improvementsMake mitigation improvements to the WTC site, including flood panels and site-wide ejector pumping, to enhance the existing surcharged storm drain system.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.099FEMA,FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$150,065,000 1/1/20141/1/20212.1,2.3N/ASee CW11-028 and CW11-029 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
FloodingFacility upgrade at JFK AirportRedesign and retrofit runways 13L-31R, including raising existing grade, modifying existing drainage, and installing new lighting and concrete pavement.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.097Federal Aviation AdministrationPANYNJ$218,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.3N/ADesign is complete and bidding is expected by close of Q4 2018
FloodingDrainage improvement at JFK AirportRetrofit and/or rebuild stormwater outfalls, including replacing terminating section of concrete triple box culvert, to enhance drainage capacity.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.096FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$43,900,000 5/8/20152/28/20212.1,2.3N/ASee CA03-783 and CA03-766 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
FloodingBackflow preventers at PANYNJ-controlled buildings at JFK AirportInstall backflow prevention devices and water meter upgrades in accordance with the New York State sanitary code and City regulations. Perform water meter upgrades as required.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.094FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$38,200,000 3/17/20172/28/20212.1,2.3N/ACorresponds to CA03-783 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
CBRNProgressive Urban Resource Exchange (PURE)The PURESoil NYC program improves the quality of degraded soil in NYC communities and makes these communities more resilient to the effects of climate change. The program provides pristine soil from deep excavations to community-based organizations for projects to improve soil quality at the local level and to public sector earthworks projects to protect against sea level rise and flooding from storm surge caused by climate change.Office of Environmental RemediationExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionCB.2018.001City Expense6/22/20181.3,3.1N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Coastal stormsNYC Clean Soil BankLaunch full operation of the soil bank for use in elevating grades or creating natural barriers to mitigate impacts of storm surge or sea level rise.Office of Environmental RemediationExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.012City Expense$08/1/2012Ongoing4.3N/A
CBRNBrownfieldWORKS!Support placement of green job trainees on brownfield cleanup sites throughout New York City.Office of Environmental RemediationExistingEducation and AwarenessCB.P.006NYC Law Department,Office of Management and BudgetCity Expense$0Ongoing2.1,2.4N/A
CBRNEnvironmental research- SPEED 2.0SPEED 2.0 will identify the following environmental concerns in city flood plains and hurricane evacuation zones: properties in city cleanup programs managed by the Mayors Office of Environmental Remediation and properties in state cleanup programs, including the state Brownfield Cleanup Program, the state Superfund program, petroleum spill sites, and petroleum and chemical bulk storage sites. Office of Environmental RemediationExistingPrevention and PolicyCB.P.005Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCDBG$200,000 1/1/20185.1,5.2,5.3N/A
CBRNBrownfield cleanup in the 100-year floodplainEstablish bonus cleanup grant for projects in flood zones to accelerate cleanup to prevent release of pollutants during floods.Office of Environmental RemediationExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionCB.P.004Economic Development Corporation,NYS Economic Development Corporation,Office of Management and BudgetCity Expense$0Ongoing2.1,2.4N/A
CBRNNYC Green Property CertificationIncrease public understanding and awareness of cleanup sites by recognizing that cleanup properties are the "safest places in NYC to live and work."Office of Environmental RemediationExistingEducation and AwarenessCB.E.005Economic Development CorporationCity Expense,Private$75,000 1/1/20123/1/20144.3,5.1N/A
CBRNNYC Brownfield Incentive Grant (BIG) programProvide financial assistance to property owners seeking to investigate and clean up contaminated properties.Office of Environmental RemediationExistingProperty ProtectionsCB.E.003Economic Development Corporation,US EPACity Expense,Other Federal$1,600,000 1/1/2011Ongoing4.3N/A
CBRNNYC Voluntary Cleanup ProgramClean up contaminated properties throughout New York City. Includes installation of vapor mitigation systems, protection of building inhabitants in the event of hazardous materials release; installation of cover systems, providing containment in the event of hazardous materials releases/spills; and groundwater remediation. This will improve groundwater quality for potential use during drought.Office of Environmental RemediationExistingPrevention and PolicyCB.E.002City Expense$01/1/2011Ongoing1.1,2.3,4.3N/A
CBRNPro-bono environmental servicesProvide expert services through the NYC Brownfield Partnership.Office of Environmental RemediationExistingEducation and AwarenessCB.E.001City Expense$04/22/2015ongoing4.3N/A
Infrastructure failuresEmergency generators in NYCHA propertiesInstall natural gas-powered, emergency generators at 208 buildings within 33 developments with Sandy damage to ensure building corridors and stairwells remain lit and provide power for vital domestic water pumps (high-rise buildings) and boilers for hot water and heating during utility outages. The generators have been sized to also provide full power to the entire building including all residential apartments. The generator can isolate these NYCHA buildings from the public power grid during peak demands or when conditions warrant.New York City Housing AuthorityExistingEmergency ServicesIF.P.010CDBG,FEMA-HMGP$613,000,000 8/18/20155/4/20221.1,2.1,2.3N/Ahttp://www1.nyc.gov/site/nycha/about/recovery-resiliency.page
Coastal storms,Flooding,Winter stormsAgency Vehicle ReplacementThis project includes the replacement and update of OCME Fleet to ensure the continuity of essential functions during inclement weather (i.e. snow). As vehicles are due for replacement, OCME has prioritized the purchase of 4-wheel drive vehicles to ensure functionality and safety in hazardous conditions. In addition, the purchase of vehicles with special features anf/or retrofitted designs allow for the multi-use of vehicles for remains storage, transport and movement of personnel and materials as needed during an incident.Office of Chief Medical ExaminerExistingEmergency ServicesMH.2018.069Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCity Capital$10,000,000 Ongoing2.1,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresOCME Unified Agency Operations CenterRelocation and centralization of all critical agency operations/functions into one unified workspace on emergency generator power. This project was partially completed with limited funding; however, would require additional funding to retrofit the space to meet the specific needs of a high-functioning agency operation center. Office of Chief Medical ExaminerExistingEmergency ServicesMH.P.116Department of Design and ConstructionFEMA-HSGP$2,270,000 2.1,2.10N/A
Coastal stormsOpen-Source Tropical Cyclone Risk Modeling for NYSDevelop and implement an open-source model for estimating New York State tropical-cyclone risk under present and future climate conditionsNew York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityExistingEducation and AwarenessCS.2018.007Other State$300,000 12/31/20194.1,5.1,5.2,5.3N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal stormsProtocol for Monitoring Nature-Based ShorelinesDevelop a coherent framework for monitoring and evaluating the performance of coastal green infrastructure projects throughout New York States diverse coastal environment based on a strong scientific and technical foundation and with broad buy-in from agencies, practitioners, and civic groups, to support adaptive coastal management across the state.New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.022Ratepayers$285,000 12/31/20191.1,1.4,4.1,4.3,5.2N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsClimate Change Vulnerabilities of and Adaptation Strategies for NYS's Future Electric SystemAssess the vulnerability of NYSs future electric system to a changing climate and analyze the role of various adaptation strategies, taking into account the transition to a de-carbonized electric grid and other socioeconomic drivers.New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.015Other State$300,000 12/31/20191.1,4.1,5.2N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsEffects of Climate Change on Renewable Energy Distribution in NYSDevelop a quantified, probability-based study of the redistribution of the wind, solar, and hydropower resources across the state under future climate change.New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.014Other State$320,000 7/1/20191.1,4.1,5.2N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsBuilding-Resilience Assessment for NYCHAConduct a climate change building resiliency assessment for the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) using the B-READY building resiliency assessment tool. The project will develop the proof of concept for residential buildings, initial case studies, and an improved assessment tool that aligns with New York State interests based on the partnership with NYCHA.New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.013New York City Housing AuthorityOther State$178,000 1/1/20191.1,5.2N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsAmplifying Disability Specific Emergency MessagingDuring emergencies MOPD supports the City by amplifying disability specific emergency information and alerts to the disability community. MOPD amplifies messages in many different ways including disseminating NYC Advance Warning System (AWS) messages via email blasts and posting emergency information on its website and social media. MOPD also answers constituent calls and correspondents from the public regarding emergencies and its impact on people with disabilities.Mayor's Office for People with DisabilitiesExistingEmergency ServicesMH.2018.006Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$0Ongoing1.2,1.5,5.1,5.2,5.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/mopd/resources/emergency-preparedness.page
Coastal stormsBackup generators for gas stations and terminalsNew York State Energy Research and Development Authority created the Portable Emergency Energy Program to ensure the installation of generator quick-connects at select critical gas stations throughout NY State and NYC. They provide generators for these gas stations via private sector vendors.New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityExistingEmergency ServicesIF.E.011New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown1/1/2013ongoing2.1,2.3,3.3N/AAs part of the FuelNY program, NYC now has over 200 gas station with either quick-connect for generators or permanent generators installed to ensure fueling capabilities when there are widespread power outages.
Severe weatherProtection of NYCDOT facilities from high windsFocus on locations including trailer yards and roofs.New York City Department of TransportationExistingProperty ProtectionsSW.E.003Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Design and ConstructionCity CapitalOngoing2.1,2.7N/ANYCDOT continues to upgrade the bracing of trailers as trailers are replaced. The agency is also upgrading roofs of buildings at the Dubois Yard, Hamilton Plant, 25 14th Street, 32-11 Harper Street.
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherStaten Island Ferry vessel improvementInstall high-lift rudders on vessels.New York City Department of TransportationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.064City Capital$5,000,000 7/1/20177/1/2021TBD2.1,2.7N/ADOT plans to retrofit the Molinari Class with high lift rudders. These will offer more maneuverability for this class, which will assist in periods of high winds. Design is underway and installation will occur during vessel drydock periods.
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherStaten Island Ferry fleet upgradePurchase new vessels to replace the Barberi class vessels, thereby improving the capability of the fleet.New York City Department of TransportationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.224City Capital,FTA$250,900,000 9/1/20142/1/2021Design began September 2014 and completed October 2015. Construction began March 2017. Completion scheduled and delivery of third vessel is Februray 2021.2.1,2.7N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresBus Priority StrategiesExpand Select Bus Service and other bus priority strategies.New York City Department of TransportationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.077Department of Design and Construction,MTA-BusesFHWA,FTA$100,000,000 Ongoing2.1N/AThe City and the MTA continue to expand Select Bus Service (SBS), there are currently 12 SBS routes in operation. The City will continue planning, design, community outreach, and implementation to meet its goal of implementing 20 SBS routes by 2020. Beyond SBS, 125 bus countdown clocks were installed in 2016, with 225 additional units scheduled to be in place by the end of 2017.
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresEmergency traffic managementThe agency maintains plans to operate the street network in the event of natural disasters and other emergencies.New York City Department of TransportationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.075MTA-Buses,New York City Police DepartmentFEMA-HMGP$10,000,000 Ongoing2.1N/AThe City has developed and regularly updates plans for traffic and transit management strategies in the wake of major system disruptions, including storms, blizzards, a maritime emergency and a transit strike. The City regularly holds tabletop preparedness exercises. NYC DOT conducts annual updates of its Coastal Storm, Snow, and Conntinutiy of Operations plans. NYCDOT maintains a highway ITS capability, including trafic camera, electronic messag boards, and joint operation (along with NYPD and NYSDOT) of the NYC Joint Transportation Management Center.
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresFerry use during emergenciesDeploy the Staten Island Ferry's Austen Class vessels on the East River Ferry route during transportation disruptions.New York City Department of TransportationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.073City Expense$0As necessary2.1N/ANote that all modifications to landings are EDC responsibility. NYCDOT Austen Class vessels are ready to be deployed if warranted. Could be combined with MH.E.173. NYCEDC, in coordination with NYCDOT, is in the process of procuring a design consultant for several FTA Sandy Resilience-funded landing upgrade projects along the Citys East River Ferry route and other ferry facilities to better support Staten Island Ferry vessels and other ferries. These landing facility upgrades will be at Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, East 34th Street and Hunters Point South.
Coastal storms,Flooding,Severe weatherProtection of ferry terminalsProtect terminals from flooding and storm damage.New York City Department of TransportationExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.072City Capital,City Expense,FTA$25,000,000 7/1/20163/1/20215 Years2.1,2.7N/AFTA and City-funded resiliency project to mitigate against future flooding damage to Whitehall and St. George ferry terminals continues. Design started March 18, 2018. Anticipated design completion in July 2019.
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Drought,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsResiliency in DOT planningIntegrate resiliency data, programs, practice and design in planning and project development.New York City Department of TransportationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.071Department of Design and ConstructionCity Expense,FEMA-HMGPongoing2.7N/AAs indicated in MH.E.70 and MH.E.71, NYCDOT continues to integrate resiliency into its planning process for capital projects using the Street Design Manual and the New York City Climate Resiliency Design Guidelines.Cost estimate TBD.
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsIncorporation of climate resiliency features in DOT capital projectsApply the City's Climate Resiliency Design Guidelines into the prescopoing process for capital roadway projects in high-risk areas. As solutions and features are refined and their effectiveness and cost-effectiveness are demonstrated, evaluate feasibility for inclusion in design phase future NYCDOT capital projects.Examples include:FEMA 406-funded work at various roadway locations (see PW#'s including 4393, 3666, and 3957)New York City Department of TransportationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.069Department of Design and ConstructionCity Capital,City Expense,FEMA-HMGP,FHWAongoing2.10,2.8,5.2N/ANYCDOT incorporated resiliency/ climate adaptation in the new and revised Street Design Manual 3.0 in 2018. The roadway reconstruction scoping process from NYCDOT to DDC now includes flood risk and sea level rise as design consideration for DDC. Toolbox elements will be further incorporated as they are developed. This is unchanged. This work is ongoing.Cost estimate TBD.
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherProtection of New York City bridges from hazardsExamples include implementing measures such as:seismic retrofits, structural hardening, inspections, and retrofits to protect moveable bridge machinery and four NYC East River BridgesFEMA406-funded work at Carrol Street Bridge (see PW 706)New York City Department of TransportationExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.068City Capital,FHWA$1,000,000,000 ongoing2.1,2.7,2.8N/AThe movable bridge contract is underway and several of the City's movable bridges have been returned to full service. Work is scheduled to be complete by the end 2018.
FloodingPermeable pavementPilot permeable pavement in the ROW, where appropriate and where an entity agrees to maintain, to detain and infiltrate stormwater to mitigate localized flooding of streets and reduce loads on sewage treatment plants and consequent combined sewer overflows.New York City Department of TransportationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.149Department of Design and Construction,Department of Environmental ProtectionCity Expense$1,200,000 ongoing2.1,2.7,2.8,2.9N/ADue to schedule delays owing to various factors including unacceptable soil conditions at tested locations, NYCDOT was no longer eligible for the previously awarded NYS GIGP grants. NYCDOT is proceeding with the permeable sidewalk pilot project using NYCDOT Expense funding for design; the project is in the geotechnical analysis stage. NYCDEP is now doing the permeable pavement roadway pilot project.Cost listed above refers to pilot installation.
FloodingProtection of NYCDOT tunnels in Lower Manhattan (Battery Park Underpass + West Side Underpass) from floodingInstall permanent structures to mitigate against future flooding of the tunnels and damage to its electrical and mechanical systems.New York City Department of TransportationExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.018MTA-Bridges and TunnelsFHWA$18,500,000 5 Years2.1,2.7N/ANYCDOT has purchased and tested inflatable water dams to protect the Battery and Lower Manhattan underpass in case of flood risk. The agency is also in the process of contracting for upgrades to electric, mechanical, and fire suppression. system. Planning is also underway to procure design services for permanent betterments.
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsProtection of NYCDOT facilities from flood impactsExamples include: Reconstruct bulkhead at Harper Street facilities;elevate mechanical equipment in flood-prone areas whenever possible;use mold-resistant building materials whenever possible at sites in flood zones; improve stormwater management through measures such as containment systems and green infrastructure FEMA 406-funded work at various facility locations (see PW# 3602) FEMA 406-funded conduit work at various locations (see PW# 4397)New York City Department of TransportationExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.017Department of Design and Construction,Department of Environmental ProtectionCity Capital,FEMAHarper Bulkhead Reconstruction is Complete, other examples Ongoing2.1,2.7N/AHarper Street bulkhead reconstruction achieved substantial completion in 2016. NYCDOT is working with NYCEM and the Interim Flood Protection Measures Program are implementing temporary flood protection measures at several DOT owned facilities. DOT is engaged in planning activities for the Harper Street fleet facility that will includie identifying long term resiliency options.Cost estimate examples include: $24,000,000 (Harper Street bulkhead reconstruction) $13,500,000 (PW# 3602) $14,555,000 (PW# 4397)
CBRNSecure HAZMAT at DOT facilitiesExamples include:Prevent release, in the event of hazard event, of herbicides at Arterials yards; combustible materials at sites such as Webster Fleet Services Shop; fuel from above-ground tanks at sites such as Conner Street Yard.New York City Department of TransportationExistingProperty ProtectionsCB.E.008Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Design and ConstructionCity CapitalOngoing2.1,2.2N/Aaint storage facility completed at Wythe Yard; trush wash stations and spill containment equipment; on-going HAZMAT compliance work across the agency.
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureMetropolitan Hospital quick connectsInstall quick connects for external generators, temp boilers, and temp chillers.NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.177City Capital12/1/201510/1/20191 year1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingConey Island Hospital critical system protectionElevate or harden generator and essential electrical components; elevate switchgear; harden fuel tanks; harden fuel pumping stations; and elevate or harden domestic water pumps.NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.118City Capital,FEMA-HMGP$50,000,000 1.1,2.1,2.2,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingConey Island Hospital flood-proofingInstall flood-proofing in Coney Island Hospital basement as part of the Phase II modernization.NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.116FEMA-HMGP$13,300,000 2/1/20163/1/2022ongoing1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Erie BasinElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Erie BasinNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.029FEMA$10,326,489 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA Funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for 100 PctElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for 100 PctNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.028FEMA$378,987 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA Funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Transit District 23Electrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Transit District 23New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.027FEMA$852,585 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA Funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Harbor GeorgeElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Harbor GeorgeNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.026FEMA$747,752 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA Funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for PSA 4Electrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for PSA 4New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.025FEMA$2,190,048 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA Funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Pier 36Electrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Pier 36New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.024FEMA$950,636 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Pier 76Electrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Pier 76New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.023FEMA$2,201,557 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Rodman's NeckElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Bomb Squad Rodman's NeckNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.022FEMA$5,379,582 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Transit D 34Electrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Transit D 34New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.021FEMA$1,057,156 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA Funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for QMS WarehouseElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for QMS WarehouseNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.020FEMA$271,759 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA Funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Harbor CharlieElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Harbor CharlieNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.019FEMA$5,711,505 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Floyd BennettElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for Floyd BennettNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.018FEMA$57,400 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA funded
FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded - PSA 1Electrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded for PSA 1New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.017FEMA$320,727 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA Funded
Coastal storms,FloodingElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded - 60th PctElectrical Conduit Replaced and Upgraded 60th PCTNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.042New York City Police DepartmentFEMA$422,473 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A90% FEMA funded
FloodingElectrical Upgrade for QMS 23fd St WarehouseElectrical replacement and elevationNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.016FEMA$79,396 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,Severe weatherWindow Replacement at PSA 1Replace existing windows with stormproof windowsNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.2018.070FEMA$79,396 TBD1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingElevated Equipment Storage - Bomb SquadStore critical bomb squad equipment above the base flood elevationNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.014FEMA-406$1,278,818 10/1/20182.7,2.8N/AIncluded in the design of Rodman's Neck Rebuild
Coastal storms,FloodingElectrical upgrades for Police MuseumElevate critical electrical equipment.New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.041FEMA$2,701,212 7/1/2012Conduit repairs pending2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsBackup Generators - 5th Pct & 25th PctProcure and install backup generators and automatic transfer switches at the 5th Pct & 25th PctNew York City Police DepartmentExistingEmergency ServicesMH.2018.044City Capital$4,389,513 6/30/20157/24/20181.1,2.1,2.8,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsBack-up generator - 60th PctProcure and install backup generators and automatic transfer switches at 60th PctNew York City Police DepartmentExistingEmergency ServicesMH.2018.042FEMA$1,850,000 1/1/20181.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingBoiler Protection - 100 PctRaise boilers to areas above the one percent annual chance floodplainNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.012FEMA$450,778 7/1/20182.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingBoiler Protection - Floyd BennetRaise boilers to areas above the one percent annual chance floodplain.New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.011FEMA$1,236,895 7/1/20172.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingBuilding Electrical Equipment - PSA 1Relocate electrical equipment to areas or floors above the 1 percent annual chance floodplain.New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.010City Capital,FEMA$525,541 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingBuilding Electrical Equipment - Floyd BennettRelocate existing electrical equipment to floors above the 1 percent annual chance floodplain.New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.009FEMA$829,819 1/1/20162.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingBuilding Electrical Equipment - Eerie BasinRelocate existing electrical equipment in NYPD facility to floors above the 1 percent annual chance floodplain.New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.008FEMA$1,823,560 5/31/20182.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBuilding Electrical Protections 100 PctRelocate existing electrical distribution in NYPD buildings to floors above the 1 percent annual floodplain.New York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.038FEMA$1,256,998 1/25/20152.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsBackup generator for 100th PctProcure and install backup generators and automatic transfer switches at 100th PCT.New York City Police DepartmentExistingEmergency ServicesIF.P.012FEMA$6,508,628 1/25/20182.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingBoiler protection - Property ClerkRaise boilers in buildings to locations above 1 percent annual chance floodplainNew York City Police DepartmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.044FEMA$633,359 7/1/20162.1,2.2,2.7,2.8N/A
CBRN,Extreme temperatures,Infrastructure failuresNYCHA AC system improvementsStudy the feasibility of centrally-managed AC systems including networked window AC systems and Air Source Heat Pump systems.New York City Housing AuthorityExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.P.112Mayor's Office of Sustainability,NYPAUnknown$0TBD1.1,2.1N/ANYCHA is piloting "smart" A/C system at Meltzer Tower, a senior building in Manhattan
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,FloodingNYCHA grounds, pavements, and drainage improvementsInstall planting for soil stabilization and to create buffer zones. Strengthen anchorage/footings for play equipment and pole lighting in nine developments (91 buildings).New York City Housing AuthorityExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.P.109City Capital$9,390,000 TBD2.1,2.7N/ANYCHA has a long-term agreement with DEP to construct green infrastructure at NYCHA developments. One site is under construction and 19 are in design/assessment.
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Severe weatherCoppingRemove all loose and damaged brick, stucco, and copping to reduce flying debris during wind storms, coastal storms, and tornadoes. Install new brick and copping in 34 developments (313 buildings) citywide.New York City Housing AuthorityExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.115City Capital$237,000,000 2 Years1.1,2.5,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,Severe weatherWindow protectionInstall new shatter-resistant operable windows and frames and repair lintels and sills in nine developments (62 buildings) citywide. Remove existing windows and conduct asbestos abatement.New York City Housing AuthorityExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.114Department of Education,SCACity Capital$143,000,000 2 Years1.1,2.10,2.5,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weatherProtective roofingInstall new flashing and four-ply torch-applied modified bitumen roofing with high-reflective coating over polyisocyanurate tapered insulation in 46 developments (524 buildings) citywide. This project, which will involve removal of existing roofing and insulation and asbestos abatement, will increase storm resiliency and reduce the impacts of extreme heat events.New York City Housing AuthorityExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.113City Capital$126,000,000 1 Year1.1,2.10,2.5,2.7,2.8N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsMOPD Disaster Resilience and Resource NetworkMOPD leads the Disaster Resilience and Resource Network which aims to share inclusive planning and preparedness information across government and non-government organizations with the aim of equal access to resources and services during emergencies. The network meets quarterly or as otherwise needed. For more information visit nyc.gov/dafn.Office of Chief Medical ExaminerExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.007Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,Mayor's Office of Resiliency,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$2,000 Ongoing- Quarterly meetings1.1,2.6,3.4,4.1,4.2,5.1,5.2,5.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/mopd/resources/mopd-disaster-resilience-and-resource-network.pageCost is for ASL interpreter and CART services - about $500 per meeting.
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsAccessible TransportationMOPD provides consultation and subject matter expertise to various transportation agencies, including TLC, DOT, MTA/Access-A-Ride, NYC Ferry Mayor's Office for People with DisabilitiesExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.2018.008Economic Development Corporation,MTA Long Island Railroad,MTA Metro-North Railroad,MTA New York City Transit,MTA-Bridges and Tunnels,MTA-Buses,New York City Department of TransportationCity Expense$0Ongoing1.1,1.4,1.5,3.1,4.2,4.4N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/mopd/resources/transportation.page
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsInclusive Design Guidelines (IDG) 2nd EditionThe IDG is a voluntary technical guidance helping designers produce multisensory enhanced environments that accommodate a wide range of physical and mental ability for people of all ages.Mayor's Office for People with DisabilitiesCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.2018.009Department of Buildings,Department of Design and ConstructionCity Expense1/1/20141/1/20161.1,1.4,2.6,5.1,5.2,5.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/mopd/initiatives/inclusive-design-guidelines.page
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsClimAID AssessmentStatewide vulnerability and adaptation assessment. Included projections for 7 regions of the state, climate impacts to multiple sectors, and potential adaptation strategiesNew York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.010Ratepayers$1,000,000 1.1,1.4,4.1,5.2N/Ahttps://www.nyserda.ny.gov/climaid
Coastal storms,FloodingInterim Flood Protection MeasuresDeploy semi-permanent flood protection measures (HESCO barriers, Tiger Dams, and flood logs) in low-laying neighborhoods and critical facilities.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEmergency ServicesCS.2018.043Department of Design and Construction,Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and Recreation,Economic Development Corporation,NYC Law Department,New York City Department of TransportationCity Expense$22,000,000 6/1/20166/30/20211.1,2.1,2.7N/A
Coastal storms,Disease outbreaks,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherUrban post-disaster housing site identification in New York CityPrepare communities and agencies for deployment of post-disaster housing units by identifying potential sites and evaluating feasibility for use in terms of constructability and livability.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.P.136Department of Buildings,Department of Environmental Protection,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCity Expense,FEMA$100,000 7/3/20171 Year1.1,2.1,2.5N/AThis information will be published in the forthcoming A Guide to Using Deployable Housing for Urban Post-Disaster Housing Recovery.
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureNYCEM warehouse and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) backup siteBuild out a new NYCEM warehouse (the current warehouse is not large enough to accommodate the existing stockpile of supplies to support New York City during an emergency). Include adequate spacing for all citywide operational needs, storage, and functioning. Build out a new backup EOC to include room and capability for all citywide operations.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEmergency ServicesMH.P.132Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCity Capital$85,000,000 1/1/20181/1/20232.1,2.2,2.3,2.7N/AFinalizing construction plans
Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherRequest for proposal for urban post-disaster housingPrepare RFP to procure deployable housing to help people soon after a disaster. This is a time-of-event document for the USACE to select housing manufacturers who can meet the City's criteria for urban deployable housing.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.238Department of Design and Construction,Federal Emergency Management Agency,U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,US HUDCity Expense,FEMA$10,000 1.1,2.5,2.9N/ACombined with other actions
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Wildfires,Winter stormsMitigation public outreachDeveloped a Ready New York (RNY) Reduce Your Risk Presentation for homeowners and property managers on risk reduction before and after a hazard event, and work with community-based organizations and non-governmental organizations to engage the community in advance of an emergency.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.234Department of Buildings,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCity Expense,FEMA-HMGP$0Ongoing1.6,2.6,2.9,5.1,5.3N/AHazard Mitigation and External Affairs unit worked on a RNY Reduce Your Risk presentation and have given several over the past year (2015)
CBRN,Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsPublic/private mitigation initiativesSupport the resiliency of New York City's private sector through information sharing, partnership building, and education on mitigation principles and the City's HMP. This includes hosting webinars on hazard mitigation best practices to the Partners in Preparedness network and outreach to businesses on preparedness and mitigation throught the Ready New York for Business Guide.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.232FEMA-HSGP$0Ongoing3.1,3.3,3.4,3.5N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsNYS Climate Change Science ClearinghouseObjective, user-friendly, Web-based repository of data and literature for climate change science.New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.011Ratepayers1.1,4.1,4.2,5.1,5.2,5.3N/Awww.nyclimatescience.org
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsHazard History and Consequence ToolCreate a natural hazard event database to capture description, severity, location, impact, and potential loss/damage estimates from events. Use data to update the hazard analysis and mitigation actions for New York City.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.229Con Edison,Department of Buildings,Department of Education,Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and Recreation,MTA Long Island Railroad,MTA Metro-North Railroad,MTA New York City Transit,MTA-Bridges and Tunnels,MTA-BusesFEMA-HMGP$20,000 5/1/2015Ongoing5.1,5.2N/ADeveloping a public facing version of the tool. Added all hazards events in the 2014 HMP.
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsClimate Change Impacts on NYS's Buildings SectorProject to investigate the impacts of climate change on the buildings sector in NYS, as well as explore potential adaptation strategiesNew York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.012Ratepayers$275,000 12/31/20181.1,5.2N/Ahttp://ap.buffalo.edu/adapting-buildings
Coastal erosion,Coastal stormsComplete Short-term Beach Nourishment, Dune Construction, and Shoreline Protection on Staten Island (M)Shoreline protection and reinforced dunes have been installed between South Beach and Conference House Park. On Staten Island, the berm projects, along with NPS dune restoration at Miller Field, will create a continuous line of emergency protection from Ocean Ave at South Beach to Fox Lane at Oakwood Beach. Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.023City Capital,FEMA$11,760,000 10/31/20144.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/sirr/report/report.page
CBRN,Coastal storms,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsNotify NYC Mobile ApplicationThis application gives the public up-to-the-minute information about emergency situations and/or planned events in New York City. By enabling location services, the public will be informed about emergency activity around you wherever you are in the city. The public is able to enroll in Notify NYC and receive messages via e-mail, phone calls, and text message, by subscribing to the RSS feed or by downloading the application to iOS and Android operating systems. Depending on the severity of the emergency, Wireless Emergency Alerts and Emergency Alert System can be activated to broaden the audience that receives the notification.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.117Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCity Expense,FEMA-HSGP$2,000,000 Ongoing1.1,1.2N/ANYC.gov/notifynyc
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsContinuity of Operations (COOP)Ensure City agencies can provide essential services to the public during emergencies while maintaining internal critical functions. Develop plans that build contingencies around essential services, mitigate the impact of disruptions to services, and enhance the ability to provide CIMS operations, social services, and government operations.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.116Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsFEMA-HSGP$1,500,000 Ongoing2.1,2.3N/A
Infrastructure FailureGenerator assessment and installation of quick-connects for critical infrastructureExpand the Prime Power Assessment Program citywide to include a generator quick-connect and/or generator installation in addition to the survey.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEmergency ServicesIF.P.015Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Federal Emergency Management Agency,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCity Capital$50,000,000 6/1/20202.1,2.3,2.7N/AThe surveys have been completed at the 44 Evacuation Centers as of June 2018. NYCEM is surveying additional standalone shelters and expect to have another 45 surveys complete by June 2020.
FloodingStorm surge/tidal gauge real-time monitoring systemInstall tidal gauges to act as an early warning system in Staten IslandNew York City Emergency ManagementExistingEmergency ServicesCS.P.026USGSUSGS$35,000 12/1/2015TBD5.2N/A
Coastal stormsAccessible Hurricane Evacuation CentersUpgrade key elements of hurricane evacuation centers to ensure full physical and programmatic access by those with disabilities and other access and functional needs.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.E.031Department of Education,Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities,SCACity Expense5/1/20154/15/20191.1,2.10,2.7N/A
Winter StormsInfrastructure and equipment protection for subway trainsStore trains underground when forecast calls for temperatures 10 degrees below zero, ice storms, icing conditions, or greater than five inches of snow.MTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsWS.E.002MTA$0Ongoing2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingWater infiltration studyStudy flood-prone areas to determine ways to prevent water from entering system. This study will involve analyzing inflow and outflow capacity, storage, etc.; identify funding. Implement drainage master plan, if recommended by study.MTA New York City TransitExistingEmergency ServicesF.P.034Department of Environmental ProtectionFEMA,MTA$05 years (study)2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingFlood Mitigation of Critical Support FacilitiesCentral Warehouse, Zerega Bus Maintenance Facility, MTA Revenue FacilityMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.113Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$44,862,263 12/31/201812/31/20103 Years2.1,2.4,2.5,2.9N/AProjects in design
FloodingEmergency Communications EnhancementsUpgraded Emergency Broadcast Communication System, Backup Power Control Center, upgrades to Backup Rail Control CenterMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.112Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$74,665,281 12/31/201812/31/20213 Years1.2,2.3N/AProjects in design
FloodingRockaway Line Flood MitigationProtection of vulnerable stations, Hammels Wye, and right of wayMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.111Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$221,714,995 1/31/201812/31/20192.1,2.9N/AProjects in design
FloodingInternal Station HardeningSeal critical rooms within vulnerable stationsMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.110Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$03.5 Years2.3,2.4,2.9N/AProjects in design/construction
FloodingRight-of-Way Equipment HardeningHarden pump rooms, signal rooms and circuit breaker housesMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.109Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$03.5 Years2.4,2.5,2.9N/AProjects in design/construction
FloodingPumping System ImprovementsProcure 2 new pump cars, 10 mobile generators, and install annex pumps at vulnerable locationsMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.108Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$02 Years2.1,2.4,2.5,2.9N/AProjects in design
FloodingYard Flood MitigationPerimeter and/or asset protection and pumping/drainage improvements at 3 yardsMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.107Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$04 Years2.1,2.9N/AProjects in design
FloodingSubstation HardeningHarden SLOSH 2 vulnerable substations and provide 4 mobile substationsMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.106Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$149,000,000 2 Years2.1,2.3N/AProjects in design
FloodingTunnel SealingSeal key tunnel portals and install internal tunnel barriers at critical locationsMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.105Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$04 Years2.4,2.5,2.9N/AProjects in design
FloodingSeal Street OpeningsSeal all street level openings in SLOSH 2 Flood ZoneMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.104Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$02.5 Years2.1,2.9N/A
FloodingIncremental Standards MitigationContinue upgrade of design standards to improve resilience to seismic activity, wind, and fire events, and apply to new and existing facilities as capital work is performed.MTA New York City TransitExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.050MTA New York City TransitMTA$0Ongoing2.1,2.4,2.5,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingStaten Island Railway flood mitigationMitigate flooding at St. George Terminal; construct new, resilient Clifton maintenance shopMTA New York City TransitExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.049Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$268,477,715 9/30/201412/31/20206 1/4 Years2.1,2.7N/AProjects in design/construction
FloodingDEP/NYCT station inspection and cleaning programImplement program featuring cleaning of catch basins, sewers, and siphons at locations in flood-prone areas.MTA New York City TransitExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.040Department of Environmental ProtectionMTA$0Ongoing2.1,2.8N/A
FloodingFlood planFinalize plan, including mapping of critical areas, mitigation plan, and contingency plan.MTA New York City TransitExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.039Department of Environmental ProtectionMTA$0Ongoing5.2N/A
FloodingNYCT Hurricane PlanPerform pre-storm flood mitigation actions in pre-identified flood-prone areas. Actions include checking drains, vents, and installed pumps as well as deploying covers and sandbags to pre-identified sites to cover vents and protect subway entrances.MTA New York City TransitExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.038NJ Transit,Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PATH)Unknown$0Ongoing2.1,2.7N/A
CBRN,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherPenn Station accessAdd resiliency to the Metro-North system to enable the New Haven Line service to access Manhattan in a catastrophic event. There are three points of failure for Metro-North Service into Manhattan: Mott Haven Junction, the Harlem River Lift Bridge, and GCT and its viaduct and tunnel approaches. A catastrophic event at any of these points would cut off Metro-North service to midtown Manhattan, affecting over 700 trains and over 220,000 commuters daily. In addition, there is a risk of terrorist attack, a ship or large construction barge with a crane hitting the bridge, or fire. Resiliency improvements would protect service into midtown Manhattan.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.106MTA Long Island RailroadFTA$695,000,000 Design completion 3-4 years2.1,2.2,2.8N/AThis project is currently in early design.
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsHazards/threats planningDevelop comprehensive planning guidance and contingency/response plans for all hazards/threats.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.P.104MTA$500,000 2.1,5.2N/A
CBRN,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherHarlem-125 Street Station improvementsMake improvements to the Harlem-125 Street Station to allow Metro-North to maintain service to and from Manhattan should a catastrophic event disrupt service at Grand Central Terminal.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.221MTA$2,000,000 TBD2.1,2.2,2.8N/A
Coastal Storms,Severe WeatherMNR advance warningMonitor forecasts of wind speed to issue speed restrictions or operations/construction procedures prior to major wind impact. Implemented through the Costal Storm Plan and Operating Plan.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.107Unknown$0Complete1.2,2.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureStorm surge/flooding mapping/design guidelines/standardsConduct study which will provide planning tool to aid the response to future storms by identifying and cataloging key infrastructure and right of way vulnerabilities. Study will provide guidelines for a recommended minimum design elevation for new construction projects and a suggested method to analyze risk to help guide implementation of new standard/guidelines.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.106Unknown$150,000 Complete2.2,2.4,2.5N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherSummer operations manualDevelop manual which describes summer preparation activities including carrying bottled water on rolling stock, continued maintenance of HVAC systems, development and implementation of Rules and Procedures for stranded train events, continued training of train crews and employees.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.105Unknown$0Complete1.4,2.1N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Earthquakes,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherHarlem River lift bridgeDevelop threat scenario report, threat vulnerability and risk assessment, and prioritized list of security projects. This single point of failure for all MNR traffic into/out of the CBD is vulnerable to a broad spectrum of threats.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.103FEMA-TSGP$2,600,000 5.2N/A
Coastal Storms,Severe Weather,Winter StormsMNR tree pruningReduce probability of downed trees or limbs due to tornadoes, windstorms, and coastal storms along active rail lines through preventive tree pruning.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingCoastal/Natural Resource ProtectionMH.E.102FTA,MTA$1,600,000 2.1N/A
FloodingTrack drainage on the Harlem LineInstall drainage improvements at the Mott Haven Interlocking, located near 149th and 159th Streets in the Bronx, to improve drainage and reduce impact of flooding in this area.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.034MTA$9,000,000 2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal StormsWater-level monitoring/alarm systems>Flood protection for the Hudson Line, including flood proofing of 8 DC traction power substations power and 1 signal substation, using swing gate doors and perimeter wall reinforcement. Water level monitoring systems system will be installed at 3 of the substations that are located below FEMA flood elevation standards to provide Metro-North management with information to facilitate power shutoff to avoid equipment damage and risks to customer and employee safety.>Flood mitigation measures at railyard buildings for Croton-Harmon Yard and Highbridge Yard. Flood protection measures are to include water resistant flood doors, and flexible flood barriers, sealing of foundations, and concrete curbing for yard electrical equipment.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingEmergency ServicesCS.P.019Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$25,000,000 2.1,2.10N/A
Coastal stormsPower and communications/signal infrastructure mitigationElevate power supply components including sectionalizing switches, snowmelters, and bond boxes; explore making equipment watertight; raise critical substation equipment at key locations; and elevate central instrument locators, signal boxes, and other on-ground signal apparatus to minimize equipment susceptibility to flooding.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.E.027Federal Transit AdministrationFTA$25,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.2N/AMultiple communication and signal infrastructure projects continue.
Coastal stormsPower and C&S infrastructure improvementsReplace critical power and C&S components damaged by Sandy and protect as feasible. (Preliminary design to be awarded through Sandy ER program with design-build to follow.)MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.E.009FTA$300,076,255 5/31/20153/30/20216 Years2.1,2.3,2.7,2.9N/AProposed 2015-2019 Capital Program - $101 million. The proposed 2015-2019 Capital Program allocates $101 million, or approximately 4 percent of the total capital program budget, to power projects.
Coastal stormsHudson Line substations (including Riverdale location)Replace and raise substations damaged by Hurricane Sandy to protect from flooding. (Design under way through Sandy ER Program with construction to follow.)MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.E.008FTA$44,362,600 1/31/20169/30/20182.75 Years2.1,2.3,2.7,2.9N/AUpper Hudson and Harlem Line Stations Priority Repairs - $40 million. Priority component repairs at stations along the Upper Hudson and Upper Harlem Line will improve the condition of the stations and provide an enhanced customer experience. In addition, potential intermodal improvements at White Plains based on an upcoming City of White Plains led study to be undertaken in conjunction with the MTA and other stakeholders.
Coastal stormsHarlem River lift bridgeReplace facility houses and circuit break houses at higher elevations to protect from flooding. (Design under way through Sandy ER Program with construction to follow.)MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.E.007FTA,MTA$7,663,410 4/30/20161/31/20192.5 Years2.1,2.4,2.5,2.7N/AHarlem River Lift Bridge - $10 million. This project continues a rehabilitation program initiated in the 2010-2014 Capital Program. The work includes repairs to cracked piers that support the critical moveable bridge which provides the only access into Manhattan for all Metro-North trains traveling to and from Grand Central Terminal.
CBRNHarlem River lift bridgeDesign and build security and hardening measures including fencing, lighting, access control and Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), structural hardening, stand-off measures, alternate alignment plans, alternate operations plans, and consequence management plans for this single point of failure for all MNR traffic into/out of the central business district.MTA Metro-North RailroadExistingInfrastructure ProjectCB.E.007MTA$10,000,000 12.52.1,2.2,2.3N/AHarlem River Lift Bridge - $10 million. This project continues a rehabilitation program initiated in the 2010-2014 Capital Program. The work includes repairs to cracked piers that support the critical moveable bridge which provides the only access into Manhattan for all Metro-North trains traveling to and from Grand Central Terminal.
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresEmergency management equipmentPurchase mobile vehicle fueling equipment, install East End fueling station, make communication upgrades to trucks and mobile command center, and purchase mobile substations that can be mounted on trailers and emergency generators.MTA Long Island RailroadExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.P.108FTA$20,000,000 4/30/201510/30/2020Ongoing2.1,2.3,2.7N/AThe following emergency management equipment has been delivered and/or installed: 4 tow behind generators, 8 portable radio kits, 25 portable generators, mobile generator for Nassau Tower, permanent generators for Farmingdale and Divide Tower. Purchase Orders have been issued for permanent generators for Upper Holban Yard, Babylon Tower and Queens Tower. Mobile substation for Brentwood is in final design. Ronkonkoma fuel station should be constructed in late 2017.
Coastal Storms,Severe Weather,Winter StormsLIRR tree pruningReduce probability of downed trees or limbs due to tornadoes, windstorms, and coastal storms along active rail lines through preventive tree pruning.MTA Long Island RailroadExistingCoastal/Natural Resource ProtectionMH.E.101MTA$0Ongoing2.1N/A
FloodingLong Island City Yard protectionImplement protection measures for the Yard, which include installation of retention manholes, sump pumps, drainage systems, and flood wall; and electrification of yard tracks.MTA Long Island RailroadExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.037FTA$17,938,972 12/31/20173/31/2021ongoing2.1,2.7N/AThe first phase of the Long Island City yard project will start construction in 4th quarter 2017 for removal & restoration of tracks 9-12, soil remediation, and tracks 7 & 8 third rail safety interlock. The second phase consisting of construction of flood wall gates, pumping system and restoration of track 11 & 12 will start after completion of the first phase.
FloodingDrainage mitigation in LIRR track systemProject includes rehabilitation of retaining walls which hold back embankments to protect the track bed, along with work to address drainage and culvert deficiencies along the right-of-way, such as replacing concrete sluiceways, installation of drainage basins and some drainpipe replacement.MTA Long Island RailroadExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.033MTA$0Ongoing2.1,2.3,2.8N/ARight-of-Way (ROW) Improvements - $12 million. LIRR will also make various right-of-way improvements, including work to address drainage and culvert deficiencies. This project also includes a project to repair or replace retaining walls along the ROW, which will further protect the track structure.
FloodingPortal floodgates for the East River tunnelsInstall flood barriers in lieu of extensive tunneling dewatering improvements.MTA Long Island RailroadExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.032AmtrakFTA$0ongoing2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingElectrification of Tracks 7 and 8 in Long Island City YardAllow LIRR to divert more trains to Hunterspoint Avenue station when there is a service disruption at Penn Station/East River tunnels. This allows Manhattan-bound LIRR customers access to Hunterspoint Avenue to connect with #7 subway to Manhattan. Project also restores damaged assets and improves drainage in the yard.MTA Long Island RailroadExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.031FTA$24,268,787 1/31/20179/30/2020Ongoing2.3,2.9N/A
FloodingPerimeter protection/drainage improvements and flood barriers for West Side Yard and East River tunnelsImplement improvements for flood protection at these critical facilities.MTA Long Island RailroadExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.029AmtrakFTA$94,530,000 ongoing2.1,2.4,2.5,2.7,2.8N/A
Extreme TemperaturesProtection of engines from heat-related damageProtect engines and prepare for response to heat-related incidents including increased switch, bridge, signal, catenary (MNR only), and track circuit failures, as well as heat kinks.MTA Long Island RailroadExistingProperty ProtectionET.E.009MTA$0ongoing2.1,2.7N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsContingency bus fleetEstablish fleet of up to 50 buses to support emergencies.MTA-BusesExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.110MTA$0TBD2.1N/A
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsBus command center and radio systemReplace obsolete facility and system with state-of-the-art command center and radio communication system.MTA-BusesExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.109Unknown$245,498,363 2/28/2012TBD2.1,2.3N/AThese are two separate projects funded in both the NYCT and MTA Bus core capital programs. Each project has separate start and finish dates and distinct budgets. Dates represent the outlying parameters and the budget is combined.
Extreme TemperaturesSummer operations manualWrite guide on how to perform pre-trip bus inspections to confirm windows and hatches are closed and the air conditioning system is working properly. Provide bus operators with summer uniforms and information about heat stress.MTA-BusesExistingPrevention and PolicyET.E.011New York City Emergency ManagementMTA$0TBD2.1,5.2N/A
Coastal stormsFlood mitigation at Far Rockaway depotRelocate equipment to higher elevation; install backflow preventers (10 feet above BFE).MTA-BusesExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.E.011Unknown$15,000,000 8/31/20168/31/2018TBD2.1,2.4,2.5,2.7N/A
Coastal stormsFlood mitigation at MJ Quill, Castleton, Yukon, Casey Stengel, Ulmer Park depotsRelocate equipment to higher levels; install backflow preventers and high-capacity permanent pumps; reinforce/harden openings/entrances and other water-penetration points.MTA-BusesExistingProperty ProtectionCS.E.010Unknown$59,700,000 1/31/2018TBD2.1,2.7N/AMultiple contracts to address needs. This project will provide flood mitigation measures to protect the Casey Stengel, Castleton, Michael J. Quill, and Yukon Depots.
Severe WeatherBridge reinforcementStudy and design bridge features that mitigate the effects of high-wind events.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsExistingInfrastructure ProjectSW.E.002MTA$0TBD2.1,2.7,2.8,2.9N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherMarine Parkway/Cross Bay Bridge mitigation master planCompare various long-term capital investment strategies to rehabilitate/reconstruct the crossings while building resiliency and robustness into the structures.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.222FEMA,MTA$0TBD2.1,2.7,2.8,2.9N/A
EarthquakesSeismic studies and retrofitIdentify and incorporate seismic requirements in bridge and tunnel restoration projects.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsExistingProperty ProtectionEQ.E.007Unknown$0ongoing2.5,2.7,2.9N/A
Coastal stormsRaising Governors Island seawall for Hugh L. Carey TunnelRaise the seawall around the artificial island on which the Governors Island ventilation building is located to prevent storm water from entering the tunnel through the vents.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.029FEMA$30,876,047 12/28/201612/31/20182 Years2.1,2.2,2.9N/AScoping Study kicked off December 2014. Initial report submitted March, 2015. Scoping study to be completed December, 2015. Next Steps: complete scoping study (end of 2015); Perform inspection of existing timber piles; planned project execution via Design-build contract; Construction planned to start in 2017.
Coastal stormsFlood-hardening of vital communications, substations, transformers, mechanical equipment, revenue equipment, and other electronic systems at all MTA Bridges and Tunnels facilitiesPerform work to harden those areas that are required to maintain Bridges and Tunnels operations and relocate electronic systems to less vulnerable locations at the respective service buildings. Facilities will be elevated above ABFE + 1 foot.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsExistingProperty ProtectionCS.E.028FEMA$02.5 Years2.1,2.10,2.2N/AMultiple flood hardening projects are outlined in the 2015-19 Capital Plan
Coastal stormsMitigation of Hugh L. Carey and Queens Midtown TunnelsInstall flood gates at tunnel portals; extend plaza retaining walls; install deployable barriers across roadways as needed to create protected perimeters around tunnel plazas; protect vulnerable ingress locations and building openings; and perform other associated mitigation work. Measures to protect to FEMA 500 year flood elevation.MTA-Bridges and TunnelsExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.006FEMA$65,503,957 12/18/201612/31/20182 Years2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingEast Side Coastal ResiliencyThe ESCR Project is an integrated coastal protection system that will reduce the risk of flooding and facilitate access to the waterfront, creating improved public spaces and enhanced natural areas. Stretching from Montgomery Street to East 23rd Street, the ESCR Project will strengthen 2.2 miles of urban floodplain against floods and rising sea levels, while providing social and environmental benefits to the community the other ninety-nine percent of the time. The project is broken down into two Project Areas due their distinct technical conditions. Project Area 1 extends from Montgomery Street to East 14th Street, while Project 2 runs from East 14th Street to East 23rd Street.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.029CDBG-DR,City Capital$1,450,000,000 5/22/20149/30/20231.1,2.8,2.9,4.3N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal stormsIncrease Growth of Local Plant Material for Restoration WorkPlant beach grass along new sand in the Rockaways and or the existing dunes in Staten Island.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.024Unknown$15,000,000 12/31/20154.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/sirr/report/report.page
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingSpring Creek ParkSpring Creek Park, NY - 47 Acre portion of Spring Creek Park located adjaent to the banks of Spring Creek and Ralph's Creek in Northern Jamaica Bay. Project would restore 35 acres of habitat including 13 acres of inter-tidal salt marsh, 22.1 acres of maritime upland habitat. U.S. Army Corps of EngineersExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.0251/1/20024/4/2018Study Complete April 2018, PPA signed in August 2018, Construction to Start in 2018/20194.3N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Spring-Creek-Park
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Winter stormsBuilding energy efficiencyWork with government and private sector partners to expand building energy efficiency.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.151Department of BuildingsUnknown$0TBD3.1,4.3,4.4N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureGas transmission and distribution systemWork with utilities and regulators to strengthen the in-city system.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.149Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.3,3.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureResiliency plan for the electric distribution systemWork with Con Ed and the PSC to develop a long-term resiliency plan.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.143Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,2.7,3.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureNew York City power supplyWork with industry partners, New York State, and regulators to strengthen the city's power supply.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.141Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,2.7,3.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureUtility system design and equipmentWork with utilities and regulators to reflect climate risks in design and equipment standards.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.139Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD3.1,4.2,4.4N/A
Coastal storms,Drought,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weatherBuilding Code amendmentsAmend the Building Code to address the impacts of climate change.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.128Department of BuildingsUnknown$012/31/20198 Years2.5,4.4N/AThe city amended the building code in 2014 with a number of provisions addressing the citys risks from climate change. The city has established a 3 year update cycle where our construction codes undergo a significant review and amendment process to ensure their currency and responsiveness to risks to safety and health including the impacts of climate change. We are in the midst of an update, with expected enactment and implementation in 2019.
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingHudson Raritan Esturary (HRE) NY and NJ Ecosystem Restoration ProgramHudson Raritan Esturary (HRE) NY and NJ Ecosystem Restoration Program - The study purpose is to identify and document water resource related problems, existing conditions and factors contributing to environmental degradation within the estuary in order to develop potential solutions aimed at ecosystem restoration, while building upon existing restoration efforts and management plans (e.g., Harbor Estuary Program [HEP] Comprehensive Conservation Management Plan). U.S. Army Corps of EngineersExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.026$46,000,000 2/1/19961/1/2021Study is ongoing4.1,4.2,4.3N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Media/Fact-Sheets/Fact-Sheet-Article-View/Article/647240/hudson-raritan-estuary-hre-ny-and-nj-ecosystem-restoration-programLocation information: 25 Mile Radius of the Statue of Liberty National Monument
FloodingFloodgate at Mill CreekCall on and work with the USACE to study the construction of a floodgate at Mill Creek.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.062Unknown$0TBD4.3,4.4N/A
FloodingPrevention of drainage pipe floodingEvaluate the city's vulnerability to drainage pipe flooding and identify appropriate solutions to minimize those risks.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.P.061Unknown$13,000,000 TBD2.1,4.3,5.2N/A
FloodingFlood protection researchEvaluate soft infrastructure as flood protection and study innovative coastal protection techniques.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.P.060Unknown$4,000,000 TBD4.3,4.4N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingHunters Point SouthThe entire 11 acre Hunters Point South Park is designed with resilient materials that can be completely inundated with water and drained during a large storm event. The phase II park features over an acre of tidal wetlands that protects the housing parcels behind them.Economic Development CorporationCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.028DOT,Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and Recreation,Housing Preservation and DevelopmentCity Capital$105,000,000 8/1/201412/31/20182.1,2.2,2.7,2.8N/Ahttps://www.nycedc.com/press-release/city-opens-sprawling-55-acre-waterfront-park-hunters-point-south-long-island-city
FloodingPlan for flood protection along the Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Long Island City coastlinesCreate an implementation plan for comprehensive improvements on public and private property.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.050Department of City Planning,Department of Parks and Recreation,New York City Department of TransportationUnknown$1,000,000 TBD4.3,4.4N/A
FloodingLocal storm surge barrier for Gowanus CanalCall on and work with the USACE to develop an implementation plan and preliminary designs for a surge barrier.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.049Unknown$2,000,000 TBD4.3,4.4N/A
FloodingHardening the natural gas system against floodingWork with utilities, regulators, and gas pipeline operators to harden the natural gas system.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.090Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,2.7,3.1N/A
FloodingHardening electric transmission and distribution infrastructureWork with utilities and the PSC to harden key infrastructure against flooding.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.089Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,2.7,3.1N/A
FloodingHardening power generators against floodingWork with power suppliers and regulators to harden key power generators.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.088Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$0TBD2.1,2.3,2.7,3.1N/A
FloodingFlood protection standards for telecommunications equipmentDevelop standards for placement of telecommunications equipment in buildings.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.087Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.3N/A
FloodingReinforcement of Belt Parkway edge protectionsCall for the USACE to develop an implementation plan for the reinforcement of existing Belt Parkway edge protections.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.086Department of Parks and Recreation,New York City Department of TransportationUnknown$0TBD2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingCUNY study and pilot of new technologies for high-rise buildingsSupport CUNY launch of study and pilot.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.084Unknown$0TBD2.1N/A
FloodingStudy of mitigation of inundation risks through Rockaway InletCall for USACE to develop an implementation plan to mitigate inundation risks through Rockaway Inlet in southern Brooklyn and south Queens, exploring a surge barrier and alternative measures.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.083Department of Environmental ProtectionUnknown$0TBD2.2,2.7N/A
FloodingManhattan Beach oceanfront protectionsCall on and work with the USACE to study protections for the Manhattan Beach oceanfront.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.082Unknown$0TBD2.2,2.7N/A
FloodingConey Island/Brighton Beach nourishmentContinue to work with the USACE to study strengthening the beach nourishment.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.081Department of Parks and RecreationUnknown$0TBD2.2,2.7N/A
FloodingSea Gate oceanfront protectionsCall on and work with the USACE to study additional protections in Sea Gate.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.080Unknown$0TBD2.2,2.7N/A
FloodingDunes on the Rockaway PeninsulaComplete short-term dune improvements.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.079FEMA$9,000,000 TBD2.7,2.9N/A
FloodingFlood insurance policy awarenessCall on New York State to improve flood insurance policyholder awareness at the point of sale or renewal.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.077Unknown$0ongoing2.4,5.3N/A
FloodingHigher deductibles for residential policyholdersCall on FEMA to allow flood insurance policyholders to select higher deductibles.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.076Department of Buildings,Department of City PlanningUnknown$0ongoing2.4N/A As of the Homeowner Insurance Affordability Act of 2014, maximum deductible for single and two-to-four family residences increased to $10,000.This is an advocacy/outreach project.
FloodingMitigation creditsCall on FEMA to develop mitigation credits for resiliency measures.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.075Department of Buildings,Department of City PlanningUnknown$1,000,000 12/31/2019TBD2.7N/AOneNYC 2018 PR: Subject to FEMAs release of the second phase of the guidance for buildings that cannot be elevated, the City will advocate for mitigation credits
FloodingMixed-use buildings as a building categoryCall on FEMA to recognize such buildings as a distinct building category in relation to flood insurance.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.074Department of Buildings,Department of City PlanningUnknown$04/22/201612/31/2019TBD2.5N/AOneNYC 2018 PR: Urge Congress to reauthorize the NFIP with NYCs key concerns, including the recognition of mixed-use buildings as a distinct category
FloodingFlood protection standards and certificationsDevelop FEMA-endorsed standards and certifications for existing urban buildings.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.073Department of Buildings,Department of City PlanningUnknown$04/22/201612/31/2019TBD2.4N/AOneNYC 2018 PR: Subject to FEMAs release of the second phase of the guidance for buildings that cannot be elevated, the City will review and disseminate information
FloodingAffordability issues related to reform of the NFIPSupport federal efforts to address NFIP affordability issues.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.072Department of City PlanningCDBG$1,100,000 2/6/201512/31/2018TBD2.4N/AOneNYC 2018 PR: Urge Congress to reauthorize the NFIP with NYCs key concerns, including affordability and mitigation credits
FloodingExisting adult care facilities in the 100-year floodplainRequire existing adult care facilities in the 100-year floodplain to elevate or protect their electrical equipment to the 100-year flood elevation, in accordance with the specifications applicable to new buildings in the Construction Codes.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingProperty ProtectionF.E.071FEMA$1,000,000 1.1,1.3,2.4,2.5N/A
FloodingExisting nursing homes in the 100-year floodplainRequire the retrofitting of existing adult care facilities in the 100-year floodplain to meet standards for the protection of electrical equipment, emergency power systems, and domestic water pumps (if applicable) retroactively pursuant to changes in the Construction Codes.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingProperty ProtectionF.E.070FEMA$91,000,000 1.1,1.3,2.4,2.5N/A
FloodingExisting hospitals in the 500-year floodplainRequire the retrofitting of hospitals in the 500-year floodplain to meet a subset of the amended Construction Code standards.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingProperty ProtectionF.E.068CDBG,FEMA,FEMA-HMGP,Other Federal$785,000,000 1.1,1.3,2.4,2.5N/A
FloodingHospital Row flood protectionInstall an integrated flood protection system.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.062CDBG$60,300,000 TBD1.1,2.1N/A
FloodingFlood protection in Coney IslandInstall armor stone shoreline protection (revetments).Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.060CDBG$32,000,000 TBD2.1,2.5N/A
FloodingFuture flood mappingExplore improved approaches for mapping future flood risks, incorporating sea level rise.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.059FEMA4/22/201612/31/2019TBD4.1,5.2N/AOneNYC 2018 PR: Continue to work with FEMA, the NPCC, and relevant stakeholders to develop approaches for mapping future flood risks, incorporating sea level rise
FloodingFEMA flood mappingWork with FEMA to improve the flood-mapping process.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.057Department of BuildingsCDBG-DR,City Expense$242,224 7/23/201312/31/2022TBD3.1,5.2N/AWork with FEMA on the Coastal Restudy is underway. Arcadis has been brought on board as the Citys consultant.
Coastal storms,Severe weatherBuilding Code update for wind resiliency in existing buildingsAmend Building Code to improve wind resiliency for existing buildings and complete studies of potential retrofits.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.P.031Unknown$5,000,000 4/22/201612/31/2019TBD1.3,2.4,2.5,5.2N/ALocal Law 31 of 2013 requires the procurement of a study of the effects of wind on the citys existing built environment and a review of the current science on the frequency and severity of potential future wind events. This study will be completed in November 2018 and the findings will be taken into account in the next code update cycle in the next 3 years.
Coastal stormsBuilding Code update for wind resiliency in new buildingsAmend the Building Code and complete studies to improve wind resiliency for new and substantially improved buildings.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.P.030Unknown$04/22/201612/31/2019TBD1.3,2.4,2.5,5.2N/AThe building code was amended in 2014 in response to Sandy augmenting a number of provisions related to building design requirements to resist wind forces. The latest engineering and scientific data and experience are factored into our subsequent code updates which happen on a 3 year cycle. The current update process is expected to be completed by the end of 2018 and the updated code implemented in 2019.
Coastal StormsOverhead utility linesWork with utilities and the PSC to harden vulnerable lines against winds.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.E.014Con Edison,New York State Department of Public ServiceUnknown$04/22/2016TBD2.1,2.3,2.7,3.1N/AOneNYC 2017 PR: Develop a plan to address any remaining sites that require hardening
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingMARSHES Mitigation Banking Pilot (Saw Mill Creek)Constructing a wetland that will serve as NYC's first wetland mitigation bank.Economic Development CorporationExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.029Department of Parks and RecreationCity Capital$13,000,000 3/1/20126/30/20194.3N/Ahttps://www.nycedc.com/project/marshes-initiative
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingDesign and Planning for Flood Resiliency: Guideline for NYC ParksThe document, for NYC Parks designers as well as others in the greater Northeast, outlines NYC Parks goals for resilient waterfront parks, lays a foundation to understand concepts that influence flood zone policy, describes some of the major risks waterfront parks face, and presents some broad strategies that seek to address those risks.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.2018.03111/11/20172.2,2.4,4.1,4.3N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/planning/resiliency-plans/flood-resiliency
Coastal stormsTraining Program for ADA Coordinators in the Shelter Command CenterThe Disability, Access and Functional Needs Administrator (DAFN Admin) is a technical specialists position developed in 2017 by the New York City Mayors Office for People (MOPD) with Disabilities, New York City Emergency Management (NYCEM) and Department of Social Services (DSS). The DAFN Admin will work in the Shelter Command Center to oversee the implementation of physical accessibility modifications as well as programmatic accommodations throughout the coastal storm shelter system. By working with Fulfillment Officers and Branch Directors as they call down to specific evacuation centers and hurricane shelters the DAFN Admin will track the staffing of DAFN Coordinators throughout the system, the completion of general and site specific accessibility checklists at each facility, as well as the provisioning of specific accommodations such as sign language interpretation. The DAFN Admin will also be a resource for ADA accommodation issues escalated up from the shelters and evacuation centers. NYCEM in collaboration with MOPD provide DAFN Admin training during the summer. The primary audience of the training is the citys Disability Service Facilitators (DSFs). DSFs are appointed to each city agency and coordinate efforts to comply with and carry out its responsibilities under the ADA and other laws and regulations concerning accessibility for people with disabilities. These individuals are liaisons to New Yorkers with disabilities, connecting people with disabilities to city government.Mayor's Office for People with DisabilitiesExistingEmergency ServicesCS.2018.006New York City Emergency ManagementCity ExpenseOngoing1.1,1.4,1.5,3.1,4.2,4.4N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingCreate a Strategic Plan for Public Recreational Land, including the Beachfront Recreation Areas and Open SpaceParks led a conceptual planning process for Staten Island in 2014Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.033$415,000 4.3N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/planning/conceptual-plans/east-shore-shoreline-parks-plan
Coastal storms,FloodingBuild It Back - Storm Repair and RehabilitationAssist single family homeowners with repair and rehabilitation of Hurricane Sandy damaged homes.Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.015CDBG-DR1/1/20131/1/20192.2,2.6,2.7,2.9N/A
Coastal stormsBuild It Back - home elevationsAssist single-family owners with elevating homes after damage from Hurricane SandyMayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.003Department of Design and Construction,Housing Preservation and DevelopmentCDBG1/1/20131/31/20191.1,2.4,2.9N/A
Coastal stormsArverne East Open Space Coastal ProtectionEnhanced shoreline protection, dune features to protect Edgemere, Arverne, and Seagirt Community.Housing Preservation and Development,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.P.033Department of Parks and Recreation,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyUSACE$100,000,000 1/1/20151/31/20222.1,2.4,2.5N/A
Coastal stormsAssistance for Damaged Properties (Build it Back Program)Work with private property owners (of small homes and multi-family housing) to secure funds to address storm damage and allow for resiliency upgrades including system and material enhancements or replacements.Housing Preservation and Development,Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.E.004Housing Preservation and Development,Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsOther$2,200,000,000 1/1/201312/31/20184 Years After Storm1.1,2.4,2.5,2.9,3.1N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsDisplacement ProtectionDisplacement protection for residents of affordable housing.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.2018.002City Capital7/1/20196/30/2020Although tenant protections are in place (and expanding) this area should be expanded even further to prevent termporary or permanent resdient displacement.1.1,2.1N/A
Coastal stormsLand AquisitionsBuying damaged properties and using property to rebuild homes, create affordable housing, expand wetlands, and/or expand yard space for adjacent properties. Housing Preservation and DevelopmentExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.004Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery Operations,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG$650,000,000 7/1/20196/29/2029This should be ongoing. Estimation reflects the costs for land acquisition, legal fees, and HPD hours over a ten-year period.2.1,2.4N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal stormsResilient EdgemereDevelop uniform flood mitigation and drainage system on waterfront parcels.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.240Department of Parks and Recreation,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyOther$481,000,000 1/1/20163/1/20222.1,2.4,2.5N/A
FloodingFlood-resistant construction and materials for HPD-assisted projectsRevise construction specifics for substantial rehabilitation and new construction projects.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.026City Expense$20,000 1/1/20131/1/20142.4,2.5N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingEMS 4 Flood Protectionraise utilities, wet floodproof building, raise generator on platform.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.034FEMA$2,500,000 6/1/201812/31/20201.1,2.1,2.7,2.8,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingMarine Company 6 - Facility and Fire BoatReplace damaged wire with "wet rating" wire, which is water-resistant and approved for damp and wet locations.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.032FEMA$3,218 7/1/201912/31/20201.1,2.1,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingMarine Company 1 Wave ScreensConduct feasibility study of repair/mitigation or replacing the structureFire Department of the City of New YorkExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.031FEMA$75,705 7/1/201912/31/20201.1,2.1,2.7,2.8,2.9N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsHome-work plansExplore feasibility of telecommuting options for non-emergency personnel who support critical operations during disasters.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.220City Expense$250,000 1/1/201612/31/2019Ongoing2.1,2.10N/APersonnel now have laptops and wifi cards.
Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureSpare radiosAcquire additional portable radios to facilitate more widespread use of FDNY trunking system during cell carrier outages.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.219FEMA-HMGP$1,000,000 1/1/201612/31/20191.1,2.1,2.10N/AFDNY Radio shops is in the process of purchasing the Motorola APX 8000 model, they will all be trunked capable.
Coastal Storms,FloodingFDNY facilities surveyConduct a survey of FDNY facilities and facility components (e.g., roofs, doors, windows) in the revised FEMA flood zones, and schedule upgrades.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.218City Expense$2,500,000 1/1/2013ongoing2.1,2.7N/APartially completed. Haggerty surveyed the facilities damaged by Sandy.
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherBackup communications carrierResearch the feasibility of using a commercial carrier to back up NYCWiN until NYCWiN can be hardened and made more resilient. FDNY cable network: Upgrade FDNY's cable network, which connects dispatch centers with firehouses to relay 911 calls, to fiber to improve resiliency and reduce outages.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.216Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsFEMA$160,000,000 1/1/20171/1/201920192.1,2.10,2.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsEmergency action plansRequire non-fire emergency plans for office buildings.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.097Other$1,400,000 1/1/201312/31/20192.1,2.5N/A
CBRN,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsContinuity of Operations Plan (COOP)Create, distribute, and implement a COOP plan to ensure continuity of all FDNY operations in the event of a disaster.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.096New York City Emergency ManagementOther$810,000 1/1/2008TBD2.1,2.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,FloodingEnterprise Asset Management SystemDevelop and implement the system for equipment tracking and digital inventorying.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.095Unknown$250,000 10/1/201512/31/20195 units running since 20142.1N/AFive (5) units are up and running. More to follow.
Drought,EarthquakesWater supply redundancyIncrease water drafting capabilities citywide. Drafting, which entails the suction of water from a body of water to a fire apparatus, can decrease the demand on the water supply system and provide redundant fire suppression water in the event of a drought or earthquake-induced water supply disruption.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.094Department of Environmental Protection,US EPAOther$250,000 1/1/20166/1/20182.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherPower redundancy at FDNY facilitiesInstall backup electrical power generators in all FDNY facilities.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.093Department of Design and Construction,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Capital$300,000 1/1/200212/31/2025Ongoing2.3N/A70% have back up generators that can power the entire building. (72 hour fuel supply)
FloodingFlood effects reduction programInstall electronic check valves at the street level to prevent sewer and stormwater backflow at firehouses and other locations prone to flooding and damage associated with storms.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingProperty ProtectionF.P.023Department of Design and ConstructionFEMA$125,000 TBD2.1,2.10N/A
FloodingNew construction Existing Building flood mitigationRaise newly built and in-construction structures Raise electrical equipment in firehouses and EMS stations located in several feet in the designated flood zone(s), according to FEMA standards.Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.147Department of Design and ConstructionFEMA$65,000 7/16/201612/1/20191.1,2.1,2.2N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBellevue Hospital/Flood MitigationConstruct a flood wall, raise electrical service, install new elevators, relocate critical parts of the campus to the 500 year flood level.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionMH.E.192FEMA$445,000,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBellevue Hospital/Parking Lot LiftsThe parking lifts in the viaduct under the FDR drive and the other parking lot across the street from Bellevue access road will be replaced. All necessary infrastructure upgrades and adjustments as well as any electrical design, mechanical design, and architectural / structural design as related to the improvements will be incorporated.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.191FEMA$1,200,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBellevue Hospital/Resurfacing loading dockThe basement loading dock roadways and drainage systems will be replaced and repaired. All necessary infrastructure upgrades and adjustments as well as any electrical design, mechanical design, and architectural / structural design as related to the improvements will be incorporated.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.190FEMA$3,000,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBellevue Hospital/Basemment & Fire Alarm RestorationComplete remaining restoration work in various areas throughout the basement totaling ~25,000SF. Areas will require new floors, walls, ceilings, lighting, electrical and low voltage wiring, patching and painting. Restoration of basement Fire alarm systems including smoke detection, horns, speakers and strobes and illuminated exit signs in the locker rooms and old OCME morgue area. - Scope to also include Basement Flood Stats (@ Ambulatory Building)Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.189FEMA$3,000,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBellevue Hospital/Pipe InsulationDesign and installation of insulation for steam lines, condensate lines, valves, cold water lines, heat exchangers, condensate flash tanks, return tanks, domestic hot water lines in the basement.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.188FEMA$2,600,000 1.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBellevue Hospital/Medical GasDesign an emergency interconnection between the H building's 13th floor medical air and medical vaccuum pump systems and the ground floor emergency department, providing 24/7 continuous supply of medical air and medical vaccuumEconomic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.186FEMA$3,200,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureBellevue Hospital/Domestic water systemHospital's primary domestic water system is served by 4 pumps and associated equip. in the cellar level. The specific infrastructure system in this project is the DCW system which needs a redendant set of DCP pumps at a level above the FEMA .2% Advisory Base Flood Elevation.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.185NYC Health + HospitalsFEMA$2,160,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBellevue Hospital/ Vertical TransportationAssessing (E) vertical transporation system within the Hospital Building for current operation and performance time. 18/22 elevators serve basement level which were all flooded during Sandy.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.184FEMA$16,200,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBellevue Hospital/Generator ReplacementReplacement of 1,500 KW, diesel fuel powered generatorEconomic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.183FEMA$12,900,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureColer Hospital and Nursing/ Security and Critical EquipmentReconstruction will be completed for portions of the existing security systems and critical equipment. This project also includes all necessary electrical design, mechanical design, and architectural / structural design related to the installation, setup of the reconstructed equipment.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.181NYC Health + HospitalsFEMA$13,000,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureColer Hospital and Nursing/AuditoriumReconstruction of the auditorium space which will include revised layout of the space, installation of new MEP equipment, and associated furniture, finishes and equipment. Reconstruction will also be completed in various areas on the first floor and basement HVAC as required to correct damages.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionMH.E.180FEMA$11,400,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingColer Hospital and Nursing/ MitigationMitigation design and construction for a flood wall that will protect critical parts of the campus to the 500 year flood level, pumping system, etc.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionF.E.138FEMA$97,000,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingColer Hospital and Nursing/ Fire pump reconstructionThe Fire pump which is currently located in the basement will be removed and reconstructed or replaced on the second floor. This project also includes all necessary electrical design, mechanical design, and architectural / structural design related to the installation, setup of the relocated fire pump.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesF.E.137FEMA$150,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingColer Hospital and Nursing/ Electric Panel ReplacementReplacement of temporary electrical panels by permanent electrical panels on the 1st floor to service electrical loads in the basement permanently.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesF.E.136FEMA$487,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingColer Hospital and Nursing/Basment Crawl SpaceDesign and installation of new lighting, wiring, and power receptacles throughout the entire basement and crawl spaces.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.135FEMA$1,500,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingColer Hospital and Nursing Facility/ Quick Connects and ACGenerator quick connects for AC Units / Cook Chill UnitsEconomic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesF.E.134$01.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingColer Hospital and Nursing Facility/Permanent Emergency GeneratorExisting Emerg. Power Gen. was located in the basement and destroyed by Sandy. Hospital requires a design and replacement of the damaged 1,000 kw emergency power generator, including all electrical, mechanical, architectural, and structural design related to installation, setup, and location of the new generator.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionF.E.133FEMA$7,200,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingMetropolitan Hospital/Mitigation Perimeter Flood ProtectionMitigation design and construction for a flood wall that will protect critical infrastructure on the campus to the 500 year flood level, pumping system, etc.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionF.E.132FEMA$108,000,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingMetropolitan Hospital/Cable Duct RelocationDesign and installation of new service entrance conductors for services A and B originating from the Con Edison demarcation point routed into the hospital via a new concrete ductbank.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingEmergency ServicesF.E.131FEMA$3,800,000 1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingConey Island Hospital (New Clinnical Service Bldg.)Design and construction of a new resilient critical services building that will house an ED on the second fl, plus critical medical services as well as a mitigation design and construction for a flood wall to protect the critical services to a 100 year flood level, along with a pumping system, and other resiliency mitigation elements. Action includes protecting the HVAC system.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.128FEMA$650,000,000 12/1/20153/1/20222.8,2.9N/A
FloodingConey Island Hospital (Off Site Parking)Utility relocations and alterations for temporary off site and on-site parking requirements. All necessary infrastructure upgrades and adjustments as well as any electrical design, mechanical design, and architectural / structural design as related to the improvements. Demolition of existing buildings on the campus may be required to facilitate parking modifications.Economic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionF.E.127FEMA$500,000 10/1/20182.8,2.9N/A
FloodingConey Island Hospital BasementRemoval of abandoned switchgear and replace temporary lightingEconomic Development Corporation,NYC Health + HospitalsExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.126FEMA$250,000 11/1/201711/1/20182.8,2.9N/A
FloodingRaised Shorelines CitywideRaise bulkheads in low-lying neighborhoods across the city to minimize inland tidal flooding.Economic Development Corporation,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.061CDBG,City Capital$65,000,000 8/1/201712/31/20212.1,2.5N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingConey Island Creek Raised ShorelineWork includes bulkhead repair and the creation of a living shoreline along Coney Island Creek.Economic Development CorporationExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.030Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG-Rebuild By Design,City Capital$47,000,000 11/1/20189/1/20221.1,2.1,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingLower Manhattan Coastal Resiliency - BatteryInstall an integrated flood protection system in Lower Manhattan, including the battery.Economic Development CorporationExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionCS.2018.047Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG-Rebuild By Design,City Capital$8,000,000 TBD1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingRiverside Park and Fort Washington Park Pathway Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct paths, pavements, and general site work in Riverside Park South, Riverside Park and Fort Washington Park in Manhattan, which were damaged by Hurricane Sandy.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.034FEMA-406,MayoralBetween $1 million and $3 million2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6178
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingRalph Demarco Park Shoreline Reconstruction (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct the shoreline damaged by Hurricane Sandy in Ralph Demarco Park.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.035FEMA-406,Mayoral7/1/20165/1/2019Between $3 million and $5 million2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/6170
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,FloodingUse of the Staten Island Ferry's Austen Class vessels for East River Ferry service during weather-related disruptionsSupplement East River Ferry capacity during transit service disruptions that cause large numbers of commuters to use ferry services by retrofitting existing ferry landings to accommodate the Austen Class vessels.Economic Development CorporationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.173New York City Department of TransportationCity Capital$012/1/20192.1,2.7N/AWork to be performed as part of City wide ferry service and to be complete by 2019. Additionally design will support DOT's next generation Staten Island Ferry vessel
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,FloodingMobile ferry ticketing machinesProcure up to 15 mobile ticketing machines to provide a flexible ticketing solution that can be moved to ferry landings experiencing high-volume ridership in post-storm periods to reduce wait times and enable a more efficient flow of passengers to final destinations.Economic Development CorporationExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.172Economic Development CorporationAuthority Capital$01/1/20191.1,2.1N/AWork to be performed as part of City wide ferry service and to be complete by 2019
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,FloodingConstruction of new ferry landings to support private ferry servicesExpand the network of ferry landings available for both regular and emergency use. Design and procure two new ferry landing barges that are outfitted with the required equipment for providing basic ferry service, including self-contained generators.Economic Development CorporationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.171New York City Department of TransportationFTA$15,000,000 1/1/20191.1,2.1N/AWork to be performed as part of City wide ferry service and to be complete by 2019
Coastal Storms,FloodingHardening Staten Island Ferry and private ferry terminals from climate change-related threatsConstruct physical improvements to the floating infrastructure, loading gangways, pilings, and piers, as well as develop a stock of spare parts to be stored in a secure upland location.Economic Development CorporationExistingProperty ProtectionMH.E.170New York City Department of TransportationFTA$15,000,000 1.2,2.1,2.3,4.4N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherIndustrial property upgradesImplement planned upgrades to vulnerable City-owned industrial properties.Economic Development CorporationExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.169FEMA-HMGP$10,000,000 2.7,4.3N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingInfrastructure upgrade Arthur KillUpgrade Arthur Kill lift bridge including possible construction of new bulkheads/pier.Economic Development CorporationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.090City Capital$7,700,000 2.1,2.7N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherInfrastructure upgrade Ferry LandingsProvide technical assistance to inform the design and installation of passenger ferry landings. EDC has experience with regard to the mooring, anchoring, and stabilization mechanisms available for ferry landings that are able to withstand the effects of various natural hazard events.Economic Development CorporationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.089New York City Department of TransportationCity Capital,Other$55,000,000 2.1,2.7N/A$55M City wide ferry service is under construction adding more than 20 ferry landings and expected to be fully operational in 2018
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,FloodingExpansion of ferry landings available for regular and emergency use.Design and procure two new ferry landing barges that are outfitted with the required equipment for providing basic ferry service, including self-contained generators. These barges will be stored in a secure and protected location. When the need arises, they will be deployed within 24 to 48 hours as temporary landings, allowing for the rapid establishment of interim service. Deploy four new permanent ferry landings at strategic locations selected based on the results of the ongoing Citywide Ferry Study. The landings will be designed to be mobile so that, in an extreme situation, they can be temporarily relocated to provide alternative transit services where needed.Economic Development CorporationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.088New York City Department of TransportationFTA$15,000,000 5 years2.1,2.2N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherEDC emergency power generatorsProvide emergency power generators to facilities during a natural hazard event.Economic Development CorporationExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.087Unknown$0Ongoing2.3N/AEstimate complete for Hunts Point Food distrobution center. Funding source TBD
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,FloodingGreen roofsInstall green roofs on facilities where appropriate to reduce the volume of stormwater runoff by absorbing or storing water and help reduce the urban heat island effect.Economic Development CorporationExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.086Department of Environmental ProtectionUnknown$0TBD2.10,2.8,4.3,4.4N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Severe weatherWolfe's Pond Park Landscape ReconstructionThis project will reconstruct the berm and restore the landscape in Wolfe's Pond Park.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.037FEMA-406,Mayoral$2,778,000 3/1/20139/1/20192.8,2.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/5963
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weather,Winter stormsClimate Resiliency Design GuidelinesDeveloped a consistent methodology for incorporating climate data into the design of the City's infrastructure and buildings.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.2018.047Department of Environmental Protection,New York City Department of Transportation,New York City Emergency Management,Port Authority of New York & New Jersey4/28/2017ongoing2.4,2.5,2.6N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/assets/orr/pdf/NYC_Climate_Resiliency_Design_Guidelines_v2-0.pdf
FloodingMetropolitan Hospital/Electrical Switchgear upgradeDesign of relocation and replacement of the existing normal power main distribution service entrance switchgear from the basement to the 1st floor to prevent future storm damage.Economic Development CorporationExistingEmergency ServicesF.E.130FEMA$3,700,000 2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingBrooklyn Army Terminal passive flood barrier systemInstall 550 linear feet of passive flood barriers at Building A to prevent future flood damage.Economic Development CorporationExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.115FEMA$1,240,000 6/1/20172.1,2.7N/AProject was awarded to Dewberry - Project was awarded to Dewberry in June 2017- Project is currently in design - projecting Construction Documents to be completed by Spring 2019.
FloodingFlushing Airport wetlands restorationImplement Flushing Airport Wetlands Mitigation Project in College Point, Queens.Economic Development CorporationExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionF.E.024New York State Department of Environmental ConservationCity Capital,Other State$9,000,000 12/1/20186/30/20194.3N/A
FloodingWetlands restorationInclude wetlands restoration as part of waterfront development projects to comply with aesthetic permitting or stormwater management requirements.Economic Development CorporationExistingCoastal/Natural Resource ProtectionF.E.023New York State Department of Environmental ConservationCity Capital,Other State$0TBD4.3,4.4N/A
CBRNRadio SOPDevelop a plan for the ownership, maintenance, and use of radios.Department of Social ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesCB.2018.002New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$0ongoing3.2N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingBorden Avenue Veterans' Residence Flood MitigationConstruction of a flood wall/barrier system to prevent floodwaters from entering the facility.Department of Social ServicesExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.037New York City Emergency ManagementFEMA-HMGP$2,279,025 1.1,2.1,2.7N/A
FloodingFlood Mitigation for HRA VehiclesDevelop a plan to ensure driver responsibility of HRA vehicles during an emergency and identify alternate locations for vehicles that are not at risk to flooding.Department of Social ServicesExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.007Department of Citywide Administrative Services,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknownTBD2.1,2.3,3.2N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter storms15 MetroTech 12th Floor for Backup SiteSecure space for a backup site, take inventory of its seating and equipment capacity, and test its capabilities. Department of Social ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesMH.2018.016Department of Education,Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown3.2N/A
Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsSupplementation of Emergency Communications EquipmentPurchase/obtain (through DOITT) 600 radios to provide redundant 800 MHz communications to support agency and citywide emergency communications and develop pre-event radio operations training program.Department of Social ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.032Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$600,000 Ongoing1.1,1.2,2.3N/A
Cyber threats,Infrastructure failuresSupplementation of IT securityDevelop plan to potentially utilize a future DoITT backup facility and/or identify cloud services that satisfy security concerns.Department of Social ServicesExistingPrevention and PolicyCY.P.001Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$02 Years1.1,2.1N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter Storms311 upgradeSupport future high-call-volume events including re-architecture of the 311 platform, provide production environment for call center-specific version of applications, and implement cloud-based mapping.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.064City Capital$29,000,000 18 Months2.1,2.3,2.8N/A
Infrastructure failuresNY City Telecommunications Services (DoITT MSA)DoITT has been working to negotiate new Master Service Agreements (MSA) with multiple telecommunication vendors. The MSAs when completed will provide Municipal and Eligible Entities with a choice of new telecommunication vendors and service options and aggressive pricing and terms for Voice, Data, Wireless and Managed services and Wireless services.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsExistingInfrastructure ProjectIF.E.012City Expense$05/1/201512/31/20172.3,2.8N/AAdded additional services
Earthquakes,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsStaff trainingAll DOB staff and private sector structural engineers attends yearly 1-day training (COOP) on rapid assessment for emergency response.Department of Buildings,Fire Department of the City of New YorkExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.200$02.6N/AImplemented/Ongoing
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherDOB vehiclesProcure 25 SUVs and 75 hybrid vehicles outfitted with "emergency packages" for disaster use to expedite inspector response and guarantee service levels, and to address the addition of nearly 40 inspectors.Department of BuildingsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.P.025Unknown$2,750,000 TBD2.3N/ADOB has 19 vehicles with emergency light packages
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresDOB backup generatorsProcure backup generators for 280 Broadway to sufficiently meet the needs of DOB to operate the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) and power the central servers, which house data for all five boroughs, among other core functions.Department of BuildingsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.P.023Unknown$0Back-up generator with limited power for building operations2.1,2.3N/ABack-up generator with limited power for building operations at 280 Broadway.
Coastal Storms,FloodingMobile command stationsProcure three permanently available mobile command stations for flood zones in Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.Department of BuildingsExistingEmergency ServicesMH.P.022Unknown$150,000 TBD2.3N/A
Earthquakes,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsStaff trainingAll DOB staff and private sector structural engineers attends yearly 1-day training (COOP) on rapid assessment for emergency response.Department of BuildingsExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.201$02.6N/AImplemented/Ongoing
Drought,Extreme temperaturesConstruction Code revisionDevelop Construction Code amendments to reduce energy demand and reliance on fossil fuels as part of PlaNYC. These amendments will apply to existing and new buildings and in some cases may result in energy reductions beyond the requirements of the Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State. Review literature on how climate change will impact New York City, and review provisions developed by other jurisdictions to mitigate the anticipated effects of climate change.Department of BuildingsExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.038Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCity Expense$5,800,000 2 Years2.4,2.5,4.1,4.3N/AKicked off at the beginning of 2016. Committees are currently reviewing proposed changes.
Coastal storms,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsDOB trainingSend staff to national training sessions and seminars on hazards and mitigation practices.Department of BuildingsExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.037City Expense$25,000 Ongoing2.6N/A
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Severe weather,Winter stormsDOB staff developmentParticipate in natural hazard mitigation code and standards development by sending staff to national events and training sessions that focus on seismic, wind, and flood codes.Department of BuildingsExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.036City Expense$25,000 Ongoing2.6N/A
Coastal storms,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsInteragency coordinationParticipate in regular interagency coordination with NYCEM to discuss natural hazard mitigation.Department of BuildingsExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.035New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$0Ongoing3.1N/A
Coastal storms,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsExisting building code revisionDevelop an existing building code to simplify and streamline upgrades and alterations in existing buildings, which includes analysis of potential provisions aimed at resiliency improvements and hazard mitigation measures.Department of BuildingsExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.034City Expense$475,000 12/1/2016TBD2.4,2.5N/A
FloodingData system upgradeComputerize data system to assist in post-storm inspections.Department of BuildingsExistingEmergency ServicesF.E.143City Expense$011/1/20142.3,2.5N/AOngoing
FloodingFlood ManualCreate a manual describing flood construction and protection standards applicable in New York City, including: material and structural requirements, equipment modification techniques, and strategies for existing structures. (LL 82/13)Department of BuildingsExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.142City Expense$0N/A1.1,2.6,5.2N/AIn progress
Winter stormsImproved snow and ice meltResearch and, if appropriate, test and monitor the effectiveness of paving techniques to speed snowmelt and icemelt on streets. The goal is to clear paved areas more quickly, thereby reducing vehicular crashes and improving emergency access post-snowstorm.Department of SanitationExistingInfrastructure ProjectWS.E.003City Capital,City Expense,FEMA-HMGP$250,000,000 1 year (consultant study)2.1,2.7,2.8,2.9,5.2N/ADepartment of Sanitation is exploring pre-treatment options that would result in decreased wear and tear on pavement surface after snow events. DSNY is testing the use of a beet juice / brine liquid product to pre-treat roadways and test its effectiveness in thwarting accumulations.
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsPier 36 - Repair and Flood Hazard MitigationFlooding inundated the Pier 36 facility which houses Manhattan 3, 3A, and 4A Sanitation garages. Floodwaters damages transformers, underground fuel storage tanks and their contents, office finishes, water heaters, fire suppression system, compressors, air dryers, electrical equipment, and gas booster pump.Department of SanitationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.P.177City Capital,FEMATBD- In design2.2,2.9N/ATBD- In design; Immediate work was completed. Ongoing mitigation study; protection is being considered for the office, underground tanks, fire pump room, and garage areas
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsGreenpoint Warehouse - Repair and Flood Hazard MitigationFlooding at the Greenpoint Warehouse destroyed an electrical transformer and damaged hot water heaters, boilers, and interior floors, walls and finishes beyond repair.Department of SanitationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.P.176City Capital,FEMA$896,000 TBD- In design2.2,2.9N/ATBD- In design; immediate work was completed. Design underway to construct an exterior electrical platform to elevate the transformer and switchgear. Construct an interior mezzanine to elevate the boiler, fire suppression equipment, and some electrical equipment.
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsBronx 12 - Repair and Flood Hazard MitigationRepair and mitigation after mechanical equipment was damaged and destroyed by flooding at Bronx 12 Garage.Department of SanitationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.P.175City Capital,FEMATBD- In design2.2,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter storms44 Beaver Street - Repair and Flood Hazard MitigationRepair and mitigation related to building infrastructure and equipment.Department of SanitationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.P.174City Capital,FEMATBD- in design2.2,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsManhattan Borough Shop - 26th Street - Repair and Flood Hazard MitigationRepairs and mitigation are needed at the Manhattan Borough Shop at 26th Street after flooding caused damage in office, repair bay, and utility areas.Department of SanitationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.P.173City Capital,FEMA$7,679,000 TBD2.2,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsCOOP trailer compoundPurchase trailers (minimum 7 trailers) to form a compound to operate daily district operations while affected permanent facilities are repaired.Department of SanitationExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.215City Capital$400,000 TBD2.1,2.3N/AA portion of the COOP trailers have been acquired.
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsQueens 14 - Repair and Flood Hazard MitigationStorm water damaged conduit and manholes at the Queens 14 garage and salt shed.Department of SanitationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.C.021City Capital,FEMA$2,728,307 8/1/20167/31/2018TBD- in construction phase2.2,2.9N/AElevated switchgear and transformer
FloodingModifications to MTS facilities being builtCertain modifications were added to the original design of Marine Transer Stations being built as mitigation actions. (Hamilton MTS, 91 St. MTS, North Shore MTS)Department of SanitationExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.145Department of Design and ConstructionCity Capital$12,500,000 1/1/201311/1/20172.2,2.9N/AMitigations such as raising electrical panels above flood level, adding submersible capstans, flood proof doors, and generators were added to the design.
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingBayswater ParkResiliency measures and community park improvements including berm and sports fields. Park of 428 related to Rockaway Beach Boardwalk. Lump Sum of hazard mitigation and can not access breakdown yetDepartment of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.036FEMA-406$59,000,000 4/1/20186/1/20222.8,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsMitigation of latent salt damageMitigation of latent salt damage to mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems (Hurricane Sandy).Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.049Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$190,700,000 10/3/20148/9/20262.1N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to CB02-225 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsMitigation of latent salt damage (Hurricane Sandy).Mitigation of latent salt damage (Hurricane Sandy).Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.050Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$140,800,000 10/3/20148/9/20062.1N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds to CB02-226 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsMitigation of latent salt damageMitigation of latent salt damage to mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems (Hurricane Sandy).Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.051Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$3,500,000 7/21/20149/28/20192.1N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds to CB03-285 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsMitigation of latent salt damageMitigation of latent salt damage (Hurricane Sandy).Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.052Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ7/21/20149/28/20192.1N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds to CB03-286 in Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of aeronautical operations area light circuitReplacement of aeronautical operations area light circuitPort Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingEmergency ServicesMH.2018.053Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$18,300,000 4/22/20151/29/20202.1,2.1,2.2N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds to CA02-484 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsRehabilitation of pump house 6 substation.Rehabilitation of pump house 6 substation.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.054Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ11/13/201411/24/20182.1,2.1,2.2N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds to CA02-488 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsRepair & hazard mitigationRepair & hazard mitigation of cut & cover tunnel power distribution vault & pump station.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.055Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$12,500,000 10/14/20166/29/20202.1,2.1,2.2N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds CA03-764 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of airside switchgearsReplacement of airside switchgearsPort Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.056Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$5,800,000 11/2/20155/5/20192.1N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds to CA03-765 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsInstallation of tide gates/drainage check valves for outfalls.Installation of tide gates/drainage check valves for outfalls.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.2018.057Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$7,800,000 5/8/20156/30/20192.1N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to CA03-766 in PANYNJ's Capital plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of light circuit at aeronautical operational area.Replacement of light circuit at aeronautical operational area.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.058Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$79,900,000 4/7/20159/29/20222.1,2.1,2.2N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to CA03-769 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsInstallation of floodgates at outfalls.Installation of floodgates at outfalls.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.2018.059Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$38,200,000 3/17/20172/28/20212.1,2.1,2.2N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026CA03-783 corresponds to PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of underground electrical delivery lines at new york marine terminal.Replacement of underground electrical delivery lines at new york marine terminal.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.060PANYNJ$800,000 3/15/20181/1/20212.3N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to number CP09-125 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsUpgrade of pavement subgrade at howland hook marine terminal.Upgrade of pavement subgrade at howland hook marine terminal.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.061Federal Emergency Management AgencyPANYNJ$31,700,000 3/31/20165/6/20202.1,2.1,2.9N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds to CP11-089 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of signals in tunnels E & FReplacement of signals in tunnels E & FPort Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.062Federal Transit AdministrationPANYNJ$91,500,000 5/9/20181/1/20222.1,2.1,2.2,2.9N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to CR02-589 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of radio and electronics in tunnels E & FReplacement of radio and electronics in tunnels E & FPort Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingEmergency ServicesMH.2018.063Federal Transit AdministrationPANYNJ$20,200,000 5/9/20181/1/20222.2,2.8,2.9N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to CR02-590 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of 27kv, 15kv, traction power and inter-tripping cables in tunnels E & F Replacement of 27kv, 15kv, traction power and inter-tripping cables in tunnels E & FPort Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.064Federal Transit AdministrationPANYNJ$172,400,000 5/9/20181/1/20222.2,2.3,2.9N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to CR02-591 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of lighting 480v power distribution equipment in tunnels E & FReplacement of lighting 480v power distribution equipment in tunnels E & FPort Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.065Federal Transit AdministrationPANYNJ$58,800,000 5/9/20181/1/20222.2,2.3,2.9N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to CR02-592 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
FloodingGlick Park Electrical Repairs (Hurricane Sandy)This project will reconstruct the electrical systems at Glick Park due to damage from Hurricane Sandy.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.2018.034FEMA-406,Mayoral$631,000 2.8,2.9N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of corrosion protection and control system in tunnels E & FReplacement of corrosion protection and control system in tunnels E & FPort Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.066Federal Transit AdministrationPANYNJ$21,500,000 5/9/20181/1/20222.2,2.3,2.9N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026Corresponds to CR02-594 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsReplacement of track, third rail and appurtenances in tunnels E & FReplacement of track, third rail and appurtenances in tunnels E & FPort Authority of New York & New JerseyExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.067Federal Transit AdministrationPANYNJ$26,600,000 5/9/20181/1/20222.2,2.3,2.9N/Ahttps://corpinfo.panynj.gov/documents/Capital-Plan-2017-2026/Corresponds to CR02-595 in PANYNJ's Capital Plan
Coastal storms,Flooding,Severe weather79th Street Boat Basin Dock A Reconstruction (M071-310M)This project will reconstruct Dock A at the 79th Street Boat Basin in Riverside Park.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedProperty ProtectionsMH.2018.068FEMA-406,Mayoral$4,500,000 3/1/20103/1/20142.9N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/2363
Flooding,Severe weatherDownscaled Projections of Extreme RainfallProjections (IDF curves) of extreme rainfall across NYS. Online visualization tool.New York State Energy Research and Development AuthorityCompletedEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.071Ratepayers$230,000 1.1,4.1,5.2N/Ahttp://ny-idf-projections.nrcc.cornell.edu/idf_viewer.html
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,FloodingTree plantingPartner with stakeholders to help plant one million trees by 2017. Trees reduce temperatures, absorb additional stormwater, and decrease flooding.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.C.012Department of Buildings,Mayor's Office of Resiliency,New York City Department of TransportationMayoral$03/1/20176/1/2017Between $1million and $3 million1.5,2.1,4.3N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/8685The Millionth tree was planted in 2015 - a recognition event was head in December 2015; Mayor DeBlasio pledged another 100,000 trees.
Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weatherStreet treesFill every available street tree opportunity in New York City, thus improving drainage across the city and reducing the effects of extreme temperatures. The goal is to raise the street stocking level from 74% to 100%.Department of Parks and Recreation,New York City Department of TransportationCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.079Department of Buildings,New York City Department of TransportationUnknown$130,000,000 1/1/20212.1,2.7N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker#Citywide
Extreme temperatures,Severe weatherReforestationPlant 470,000 more trees in natural areas.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.E.081US NPSMayoral$875,000 8/1/20179/1/20194.3N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/planning-and-building/capital-project-tracker/project/8868
FloodingWetlands protectionAssess vulnerability of existing wetlands and identify additional policies to protect them. Leave purchased or donated land and wetlands in a natural state to absorb floodwaters, mitigate storm surge impacts, reduce heat impacts, and prevent construction in flood zones. Improve abilitiy of land to absorb and retain water.Department of Parks and RecreationExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.020Department of City Planning,NYCEconomic Development Corporation,US EPA,US NPSDOI,Other Federal$500,000,000 Ongoing4.3N/A
Extreme temperatures,Severe weatherTree pruningImplement a 7-year program to prune street trees. This program is designed to reduce the impact of severe weather including tornadoes, windstorms, and coastal storms.Department of Parks and RecreationCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.E.082City Expense$49,000,000 2.1,4.3N/Ahttps://www.nycgovparks.org/services/forestry/tree-pruning
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsResidential Building AssessmentAssess residential buildings for essential services during emergencies that impact 5000 or more households for more than 48 hours and notify appropriate city and state resources for corrective actions.Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,Housing Preservation and DevelopmentExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.211New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense,Other$60,000 ongoing1.2,2.6,5.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureHealth data and provider portalCreate a centralized provider directory and associated reporting portal to communicate with providers as well as gather information from providers. Data can be analyzed and used to generate reports during emergencies.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesMH.P.048New York State Department of HealthOther Federal$2,600,000 1/1/201812/31/20192 Years1.2,1.5,5.2N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsMental Health First Aid public education programConduct a Mental Health First Aid public education program to introduce non-mental health professionals to risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems and build understanding of their impact, and provide an overview of common treatments to increase individual and community resilience.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.P.039Unknown$150,000 Immediate and ongoing1.6N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherDOHMH facility repair and upgradeRestore and strengthen DOHMH buildings, including DOHMH clinics and the Public Health Laboratory (PHL).Repair building facades, walls, parking lots, water infiltration and drainage systems; and install sump pumps and generators.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.214City Capital,Other$15,000,000 Existing: 12-24 months; potential: 24-60 months1.1,1.5,2.1N/Avarious ongoing
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherDOHMH warehouse and print shop capacityDevelop and install a new inventory tracking system for the DOHMH warehouse (520 Kingsland Ave.) destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Purchase critical equipment for the DOHMH print shop to produce secure documents that can only be issued by DOHMH.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.213City Expense$550,000 1 Year2.1,2.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsEnvironmental Health Assessment - Shelters (EHAS)Assess environmental conditions at evacuation centers and shelters during coastal storms and other emergencies and report conditions to shelter managers for resolution.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.212DHS,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense,Other$15,000 1/1/2017ongoing1.1,1.3,1.4N/AOperational plan developed
CBRN,Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsPublic education on mental healthConduct a Mental Health First Aid education program to introduce the public to risk factors for and warning signs of mental health problems and review common treatments to build individual and community resilience.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.061Unknown$150,000 Immediately and ongoing1.1,1.5N/A
Coastal Storms,FloodingAssessing and communicating risks from drinking and recreational watersIssue public advisories on health hazards from flooding/storm impacts to water supply and public waters/beaches, using 311, nyc.gov, printed materials and media.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.060Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and RecreationCity Expense$0Ongoing1.1,1.2,1.5,5.3N/A
CBRNEnvironmental monitoring information telemetry systemIdentification and characterization of radiological environmental hazards, including air emissions data, provides a means to mitigate public health impacts.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.059City Expense,Other$45,000 Ongoing1.1,1.5,5.2N/Acost is 45000 per year
Disease Outbreaks,Extreme Temperatures,Severe WeatherEnvironmental health tracking portalFacilitate environmental data dissemination to the public using web-based data systems. Data dissemination supports community preparedness, public education, and characterization of potential environmental hazards.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.058Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCity Expense,Other$753,000 ongoing1.1,1.5,5.1N/A
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Severe WeatherClimate and health community resilienceConduct workshops and disseminate public health information and educational tools through community stakeholders, professional associations, faith-based coalitions, and agencies that provide services to vulnerable populations (children, seniors, inmates, the homeless, and the mentally ill). Workshops provide instruction on how to reduce illness and mortality associated with extreme weatherDepartment of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.057Department For The Aging,External Partners,Human Resources Administration,New York City Emergency ManagementOther$03-year program, just renewed for 3 years1.1,1.5,1.6,4.2N/AOngoing
Extreme Temperatures,Severe Weather,Winter StormsClimate change and public health assessmentAssess health risks of climate-related events, conduct vulnerability assessments, implement enhanced surveillance systems for climate-sensitive conditions, and promote climate-health strategies and interventions.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.056Other$03-year program, just renewed for 3 years1.1,1.5,4.2N/AOngoing
Extreme temperatures,Severe weather,Winter stormsHealth Code revisionsExamine the New York City Health Code to identify what elements can be revised to bolster natural hazard mitigation and improve public safety and health during extreme weather events.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.055City Expense$0Ongoing1.1,1.3,1.5N/AOngoing
CBRN,Disease OutbreaksInteragency environmental data workshopHost annual conference to improve interagency coordination, promote best practices, and introduce emerging tools for data sharing, risk analysis, and vulnerability assessment.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.054New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense,Other$0Ongoing1.5,3.1,5.2N/ASuspended for time being
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsInteragency field and environmental data gathering and exchangeFacilitate environmental data capture, exchange, and storage among government agencies using web-based data systems. Interagency data exchange supports timely identification and characterization of potential hazards and provides a means to mitigate impacts of natural disasters and emergencies.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.053City Expense,Other$10,000 Ongoing1.1,1.2,1.4,3.1,5.2N/AOngoing
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Flooding,Severe WeatherPublic health risk communication for the general publicRaise public awareness on how to reduce or prevent illness and mortality from extreme weather events and other environmental hazards including air pollution and environmental exposures (such as carbon monoxide releases, mold, toxic spills, and other toxic releases). Use 311, nyc.gov, printed materials, media, and public forums and presentations.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.052Department For The Aging,Human Resources Administration,New York City Emergency Management,US NWSCity Expense$0Ongoing1.5,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Severe Weather,Winter StormsPublic health information for healthcare providersDisseminate information, checklists, and specific guidance and provide timely and accurate health alerts, advisories, and updates to healthcare providers and agencies that provide services to vulnerable populations on extreme weather events and other environmental hazards like pollen, air pollution, and vector-borne disease. Use the Health Alert Network, Dialogic NXT Communications System, and blast fax to assist them in preparing themselves to protect their clients during extreme events and improve messaging coordination.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.051Department For The Aging,Health Alert Network,Human Resources Administration,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$0Ongoing1.1,1.2,1.5,1.6N/A
Disease OutbreaksReal-time surveillance of health outcomesUtilize data about health-related behaviors that are already stored in an electronic format for syndromic surveillance, i.e., recognizing diseases based on signs and symptoms.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.050Fire Deparment of the City of New York,NYC Hospital Emergency Departments,Office of Chief Medical ExaminerOther,Other Federal$0Ongoing need1.1,1.5N/A
CBRNEnvironmental emergency preparednessDevelop risk characterization and communication; training for multi-agency biological incident environmental sampling teams and guidance for emergency response staff; guidance and plans for biological and radiological remediation for agencies and other stakeholders including building owners, employers, and the public.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.049City Expense,Other$100,000 Ongoing1.1,1.2,1.4,1.5N/A
Disease OutbreaksCitywide health and safety program for large-scale emergenciesCoordinate the development of an Incident Health & Safety Plan using the Citywide Health & Safety Plan (CHASP) as a model. The new plan would provide multi-agency health and safety guidance during large-scale emergencies. Program also provides training and symposia for City agencies to build capacity and disaster preparedness.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.048City Expense,Other$0Ongoing1.1,1.2,1.5N/A
CBRN,WildfiresNYC Community Air Survey (NYCCAS)Collect integrated air quality data in response to emergencies and environmental hazards including combustion emissions, structural fires or brush fires, demolition and debris removal from storm damaged areas, and extensive use of temporary generators and boilers following widespread utility disruption. Use real-time ambient fine particulate matter (PM2.5) monitors to enhance agency preparedness capabilities.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.047Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Parks and RecreationCity Expense,Other Federal$1,000,000 ongoing1.5,5.2N/A
Infrastructure failuresDOHMH generators and retrofitsEquip facilities with generators for continuity of building services during power outages, including making any necessary structural improvements to support generators.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingEmergency ServicesIF.P.005Department of Design and ConstructionCity Capital$500,000 1.5 Years1.1,2.3N/A
FloodingFlood-proofing 125 Worth Street vaultSeal the existing window with masonry, move the HVAC system to the building's roof, install large-capacity sump pumps in the floor to pump any water out, and install a new FM-200 fire suppression system that does not use water.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.144Department of Citywide Administrative Services$463,000 18 Months2.1,2.2,2.7N/A
Extreme temperaturesUrban heat island effect mitigationMap and evaluate mitigation strategies implemented in New York City.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingPrevention and PolicyET.P.004Department of Parks and Recreation,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG$1,000,000 3 Years1.1,1.5,5.2N/AIdentifying funding sources
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Mass Casualty,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsPublic education through Ready New York guidesPromote Ready New York and community emergency planning as a tool to educate New Yorkers about natural hazards. Guides contain information on how individuals and communities can mitigate, prepare for, and respond to an emergency. Ready New York guides are offered in up to 13 languages as well as audio format and braille, and an app for both Apple and Android phones. New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.120Department For The Aging,Department of Education,Department of Environmental Protection,Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities,Office of the Mayor,Small Business ServicesFEMA-HSGP$2,400,000 Ongoing1.1,5.1,5.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/ready/ready-new-york.page
Disease outbreaksMaven Electronic Disease Surveillance and Outbreak ManagementInstall pre-configured surveillance, case management, and electronic workflow software system that supports over 80 reportable conditions including vaccine-preventable diseases, communicable diseases, STDs, and TB. Maven allows for follow-up care and management of cases and contacts, enables outbreak detection and management, and designs architecture for a flexible workflow case management.Department of Health and Mental HygieneExistingPrevention and PolicyDO.E.002FEMA-HSGP,Unknown$0Ongoing need1.1,1.2,1.5N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Winter StormsFood distribution systemStudy the system to identify vulnerabilities.Economic Development Corporation,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.131CDBG$3,000,000 1/1/2016TBD1.1,2.3N/Ahttps://www.nycedc.com/system/files/files/resource/2016_food_supply-resiliency_study_results.pdf
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Severe WeatherInspection and upgrade program for DEP facilitiesImplement programmatic inspection and upgrade program to ensure all critical DEP facilities maintain continuity of operations during flood, hurricane, or earthquake events. This program will include flood-proofing and structural retrofits of DEP offices, field locations, and other critical facilities.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingProperty ProtectionMH.P.009City Capital,City Expense$0Ongoing2.1,2.3,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal ErosionMapping and analysis enhancementContinue to leverage GIS data with modeling capabilities to provide information on areas experiencing issues, faster diagnostics of issues, and alternative analysis to weigh benefits of potential mitigation actions.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.027City Expense$0Ongoing2.1,5.2N/A
Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureDam reconstructionReconstruct seven high-hazard dams to safely pass the probable maximum flood criteria in accordance with NYS dam safety guidelines and withstand seismic loading based on NYSDEC seismic guidance. The following dams are being reconstructed and funded in the Capital Plan Gilboa Dam (impounding Schoharie Reservoir), Olivebridge Dam (impounding Ashokan Reservoir); New Croton Dam (impounding New Croton Reservoir). The following dams will be considered for reconstruction based on results of ongoing dam inspection program, Cannonsville Dam (impounding Cannonsville Reservoir), Merriman Dam (impounding Rondout Reservoir), Downsville Dam (impounding Pepacton Reservoir) and Neversink Dam (impounding Neversink Reservoir).Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.025City Capital$357,300,000 6/13/20111/1/20212.4,2.5,2.7,2.8N/A
Drought,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresBridge reconstruction and stabilizationReconstruct and stabilize DEP-owned bridges and culverts located in the Croton, Catskill, and Delaware watersheds. Adhere to NYSDOT bridge safety standards to meet 50-year storm event design standards and withstand seismic loading.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.E.024City Capital$131,000,000 6/23/20141/1/20212.4,2.5,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal Storms,FloodingBluebeltsImplement and accelerate Bluebelt drainage program to preserve and enhance natural areas such as streams, ponds, and other wetlands.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.E.022Department of Parks and RecreationCity Capital,FEMA-HMGP,Other Federal$360,000,000 Ongoing2.10,2.3,2.8,4.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Winter StormsGreen infrastructureConstruct green infrastructure to capture the first inch of runoff in 10% of impervious surfaces citywide in areas within the combined sewer system by 2030. Green infrastructure is constructed primarily to reduce combined sewer overflows but can also mitigate flooding and the urban heat island effect.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingCoastal/Natural Resource ProtectionMH.E.021Department of Parks and Recreation,New York City Department of TransportationCity Capital,FEMA-HMGP,Private1/1/20126/30/20352.10,2.7,2.8,4.3,4.4N/A
Infrastructure failuresRepair of the Delaware Aqueduct leakImplement planned repairs to the Delaware Aqueductwhich conveys, on average, 50% of the city's water from upstate sourcesby constructing a bypass tunnel and repairing sections of the tunnel.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectIF.E.008City Capital1/1/20121/1/20251.1,2.3N/A
Infrastructure failuresExpansion of CogenerationExplore the feasibility of expanding cogeneration and other energy-related reliability measures to other wastewater treatment plants in the city besides North River, including the Wards Island WWTP. These measureswhich could include energy efficiency, increased generation, and use of renewable energy supplies such as methane gas and solar energy, and cogenerationwould improve the ability of wastewater treatment plants to operate reliably during electrical disruptions.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingEmergency ServicesIF.E.007City CapitalEstimated schedules will be developed once definitive plans are finalized in the future.2.1,2.3N/A
Infrastructure FailureCogeneration Equipment at North River Wastewater Treatment PlantInstall cogeneration equipment while hardening electrical assets and the main building. The entire facility will be flood-proofed by raising the exterior wall opening elevations and repairing roadway expansion joints. Using methane generated by the wastewater treatment process, cogeneration will continuously produce electric power significantly reduce the electrical cost and greenhouse gas emissions of the plant. The cogeneration also provides emergency backup power if there is a loss of utility power. Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingEmergency ServicesIF.E.001City Capital,FEMA8/14/2017Design complete by 2016; construction began in August 20172.1,2.10,2.3,2.7,2.8,4.3N/A
FloodingBergen Basin and Tallman Island Wastewater Treatment Plant drainage upgradesReconfigure and expand sewer system capacity in Bergen Basin and Tallman Island Wastewater Treatment Plant drainage areas to capture more stormwater, reduce combined sewer overflows into surrounding water bodies, and prevent sewer backups and street flooding.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.006City Capital$106,000,000 12/1/20232.1,2.7,2.8N/A
FloodingStormwater/flooding public outreach and educationDevelop school curricula and public outreach materials to educate the public about flooding and stormwater.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingEducation and AwarenessF.E.012City Expense$0Ongoing2.6,5.1,5.3N/A
FloodingProperty and infrastructure protectionPrepare large area drainage plans for the following locations that lack a fully built system or require upgrades: southeast Queens, Rockaway Peninsula, Coney Island, and Whitestone. These plans will examine and optimize how storm and floodwater is managed in these areas.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.011City Expense$0Ongoing2.2,2.5N/A
FloodingDam inspection programImplement New York City dam inspection program on both monthly and yearly cycles to facilitate appropriate maintenance and attain state of good repair.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingPrevention and PolicyF.E.010City Expense$0Ongoing2.4N/A
FloodingDrainage system maintenance and pre-storm inspectionsPerform regular maintenance and repair of sewers and catch basins citywide. Perform pre-storm inspections of Bluebelt facilities and targeted areas of the city with potential for flooding to facilitate proper function during normal operations and storm events.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingEmergency ServicesF.E.009Department of Parks and RecreationCity Expense$0Ongoing operation2.1,2.3,4.3N/A
FloodingSewer infrastructure upgradeMake regulator improvements for sewer outfalls around East River, Westchester Creek, Hutchinson Creek, Flushing Bay, and Newtown Creek. Improved regulators will control releases from the sewer system during storms, reduce street flooding, and prevent sewer backups.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.008City Capital$94,000,000 Project funded through 20152.1,2.3,2.7,2.8,4.3N/A
FloodingCitywide Stormwater Resiliency StudyIdentify inland flood- and tidal flood-prone areas and determine stormwater management strategiesDepartment of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.007Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG6/1/20181/31/20192.2N/A
FloodingWatershed Protection ProgramAcquire land strategically in the watershed and continue stream, farm, and forestry programs.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingCoastal/Natural Resource ProtectionF.E.005New York State Department of Environmental Conservation,New York State Department of HealthCity Capital1/1/20177/31/2024Ongoing. programs are regulated under 2017-2047 Water Supply Permit4.3N/A
FloodingStormwater sewers in areas of Queens with limited drainage systemsContinue to build out the storm sewer systems in Queens locations in conjunction with DOT street improvements and other community infrastructure projects, including in areas with street flooding.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.004Department of Design and Construction,New York City Department of TransportationCity Capital$148,000,000 Ongoing2.3,2.8,4.3N/A
FloodingHigh-level storm sewersSupplement existing combined sewers with high-level storm sewers in certain areas near the water's edge. High-level storm sewers are able to capture 50% of rainfall before it enters combined sewers, reducing street flooding and combined sewer overflows.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.E.003Department of Design and Construction,New York City Department of TransportationCity Capital$255,000,000 Ongoing2.10,2.3,2.8,4.3N/A
FloodingEffluent Pump StationsIn flood mitigation projects under the FEMA 406 program that include barrier walls, install an effluent pump station with main sewage pumps that have sufficient head to overcome hydraulic resistance in the receiving waters created by a flooding eventDepartment of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.C.003City Capital,FEMADependent on completion of facility plans in 2020-222.1,2.3,2.7,2.8N/A
Extreme TemperaturesWastewater treatment aeration tanksIncrease blower output during periods of extreme heat to maintain dissolved oxygen levels in the aeration tanks for safe, balanced, and optimal wastewater treatment.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionET.E.003City Capital$0Can be implemented when necessary2.1,2.3,2.8N/A
EarthquakesCity Tunnel 3Construct a seismically resistant and redundant third water tunnel. City Tunnels 1 and 2 currently distribute water to all five boroughs of New York City. These tunnels are nearly 90 and 70 years old, respectively, and have never been taken out of service.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectEQ.E.002Department of Design and ConstructionCity Capital$652,000,000 1/1/19691/1/20302.3,2.5N/A
EarthquakesWastewater treatment plant facility seismic retrofitRetrofit wastewater treatment facilities and methane gas storage systems to withstand seismic activity. Design facilities to meet current building codes (most of the facilities were designed and constructed prior to current seismic standards).Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingProperty ProtectionEQ.E.001City Capital$0Ongoing2.4,2.5,2.8,4.3N/A
DroughtCatskill Aqueduct capacityIncrease capacity to allow movement of water out of the Catskill systems, thereby providing up to 60 million gallons per day of additional flow from the Catskill watershed in the event of a localized drought or loss of access to the Croton and Delaware systems.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectD.E.008City Capital$196,000,000 10/15/20181/1/2021Project completed by 20212.1,2.7,2.8N/A
DroughtMaximizing reliability for water delivery from the Catskill/Delaware systemThe construction of the Kensico-Eastview Connection tunnel will enhance water supply resiliency by providing conveyance redundancy between Kensico Reservoir and CAT DEL UV facility as well as increasing water delivery capacity to the city.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectD.E.007City Capital$1,157,868,000 3/22/2023Project is currently in the design phase, which it anticipated to be complete in 2020.2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
DroughtHydrant locking programFit critical fire hydrants in the city with locks to limit water usage during a drought.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingPrevention and PolicyD.E.005Fire Deparment of the City of New YorkCity Expense$0Ongoing2.1,2.3,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal stormsEmergency restoration of the Rockaway shorelineRestore to pre-Sandy conditions and to originally authorized beach profile. Mitigation of long-term impacts will require periodic beach maintenance.New York State Department of Environmental Conservation,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.E.159Department of Parks and RecreationUSACE$26,000,000 1/1/201312/1/20182.7,2.9N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Media/Fact-Sheets/Fact-Sheet-Article-View/Article/487597/fact-sheet-atlantic-coast-of-new-york-city-east-rockaway-inlet-to-rockaway-inle
Coastal StormsHardening wastewater treatment plantsRetrofit wastewater treatment plants for resiliency including raising or flood-proofing assets that are critical to the treatment process, constructing barriers, improving waterfront infrastructure, or implementing redundancy measures to avoid failure of critical treatment systems. Preliminary estimates indicate that all 14 plants are at-risk. Thirteen (13) plants will be mitigated under the EPA-funded Storm Mitigation Loan Program (SMLP). Further mitigation measures will be provided at ten (10) of the plants under the FEMA-funded 406 Hazard Mitigation Program (HMP). If any necessary mitigation measures are not funded under the mitigation programs, they will be provided under City-funded capital ugrades per the latest version of the Climate Resiliency Design Guidelines. Separate funding will also be available for conduit and wire replacement work at the plants under a FEMA-funded 426 Program.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.022City Capital,FEMA,FEMA-428$210,000,000 9/1/20084/1/2022 EPA SMLP (ongoing). FEMA 406 HMP (ongoing). FEMA 428 (ongoing). City-funded capital upgrades will occur if the project is in the capital plan or, if not, when sufficient funds are allocated.2.1,2.2,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal StormsHardening pumping stationsRetrofit pumping stations for resiliency including raising or flood-proofing critical equipment, constructing barriers, and installing backup power supplies. Preliminary estimates indicate that there are currently 58 at-risk pumping stations. These pumping stations will be addressed as follows: thirty-one (31) under the EPA-funded Storm Mitigation Loan Program (SMLP), thirteen (13) under the FEMA-funded 406 Hazard Mitigation Program (HMP) and, the remaining pump stations, which are not funded under any mitigation program, under City-funded capital ugrades per the latest version of the Climate Resiliency Design Guidelines.Department of Environmental ProtectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.021City Capital,FEMA$22,100,000 9/1/20084/1/2022EPA SMLP (ongoing). FEMA 406 HMP (ongoing). City-funded capital upgrades will occur if the project is in the capital plan or, if not, when sufficient funds are allocated.2.1,2.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherBackup power for evacuation sheltersInstallation of quick-connects for emergency generators at 18 DOE facilities that serve as hurricane evacuation shelters, including 16 hurricane evacuation centersDepartment of EducationExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.208New York City Emergency Management,Office of Management and Budget,SCA,SCACity Capital,City Expense,FEMA-HMGP$55,000,000 6/15/20151/1/20211.1,2.1,2.3N/AThe City has identified 18 total Hurricane Shelters, including 16 Evacuation Centers as candidates to receive quick connects.
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsFacility AccessibilityRe-evaluation of facility accessibility and retrofitting of existing accommodations to ensure life safety and program access for people with disabilities and access and functional needs.Department of EducationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.206New York City Emergency ManagementCity Capital$100,000,000 12/1/20211.1,1.4N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsCOOP Plan developmentExpansion of current COOP plans to include Office of School Support Services (Office of School Food, Office of Pupil Transportation, and Public School Athletic League)Department of EducationExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.203New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$0Ongoing1.1,1.2N/A
FloodingFacility protectionExecute flood-elimination capital projects at 44 sites that need long-term solutions for recurring flood damage due to groundwater infiltration.Department of EducationExistingProperty ProtectionsF.E.016SCAFEMA$200,000 1/1/2014Estimated completion 20192.1,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingVCBC Power Distribution CenterHazard Mitigation proposal calls for the demolition and elevation of vents 1.8 ft above determined flood level, these vents are used to keep electrical equipment in the electrical room cool, wall penetrations for feeder conduits to be sealed, doors to the electrical room are to be replaced with flood doors.Department of CorrectionExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.040FEMA$863,773 5/15/201712/30/20212.7,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,FloodingDOC Shooting RangeDOC Shooting Range- Adams Range: Elevate platform for where ammunication is stored.Department of CorrectionExistingProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.039FEMA$166,000 11/15/20183/30/20202.2,2.8N/A
Coastal storms,Severe weatherRoof and faade improvementsUpgrade roofs and facades to withstand extreme weather events.Department of CorrectionExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.P.028City Capital,FEMA$78,000,000 1/1/201712/30/2020TBD1.1,2.1,2.7N/APW 3118
FloodingRikers Island roadway re-gradingRedesign and elevate roadways on Rikers Island to alleviate flooding conditions.Department of CorrectionExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.012City Capital$4,600,000 1/1/20133/22/2022TBD1.1,2.1,2.7N/A
Coastal erosionRikers Island north shore administrative modular unitsRelocate modular units currently located in a low-lying area on the north shore, which was affected by Hurricane Sandy. Due to proximity to shoreline and temporary nature of construction, Rikers Island trailers are vulnerable to extreme weather events.Department of CorrectionExistingProperty ProtectionsCE.E.002City Capital,FEMA$19,000,000 1/1/201312/30/2019This project must be implemented in conjunction with the rehabilitation of the north shoreline.1.1,2.1,2.2,2.7N/A
Coastal erosionProtection of Rikers shorelinesRebuild and mitigate shorelines.Department of CorrectionExistingCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionCE.E.001City Capital,FEMA$25,000,000 1/1/20133/22/20221.1,2.1,2.7N/A
Coastal storms,Drought,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherResiliency of food supplyExpand turn-key response contracts with larger, more resilient distributors that have active New York operations.Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Social ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.008New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense1/1/2016Ogoing renewals and procurement sourcing.1.1,2.1,2.3N/APost Sandy, turn-key contracts were put in place to help operationalize local and regional assets for NYC-specific responses.
Coastal storms,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherWindow upgradesReplace windows at 100 Centre Street, 1 Centre Street, 2 Lafayette Street, 125 Worth Street, and 80 Centre Street.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesExistingProperty ProtectionsMH.P.005Department of Design and ConstructionCity Capital$15,000,000 10 Years2.1,2.2N/A
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresFuel rationingDevelop and maintain a fuel-rationing plan and package of regulatory waivers and modifications that would be put in place immediately after a mayoral declaration of a liquid fuels shortage by the mayor.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.011Mayor's Office of Resiliency,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$01/1/2017Complete2.1,2.3N/AEvaluated on a case by case basis
Infrastructure failuresSolar Power SystemInstall solar power on DOE facilities.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesIF.E.010Department of EducationUnknown$01/1/20161/1/2025Ongoing1.1,2.8,4.3N/AThis doesn't provide back-up energy, but does offset demand. 110 under contract to be installed
Infrastructure failuresSolar Power Feasibility StudyResearch the feasibility of potential solar power systems on DOE facilitiesDepartment of Citywide Administrative ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesIF.E.009Department of EducationUnknown$0Ongoing and updated every two years.2.1,2.8,4.3N/ADCAS owns the citywide study- it doesn't provide back-up energy but offsets demands.
Extreme temperaturesPower redundancy in City buildingsInstall generators in select buildings to provide power during blackouts and emergency operations.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesExistingEmergency ServicesET.P.001City Capital$10,000,000 Ongoing (generators may be installed on additional buildings as electrical upgrades occur)2.1,2.3N/A
EarthquakesMechanical equipment seismic upgradeInstall new mechanical equipment to resist seismic forces in 55 City-owned buildings.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesExistingProperty ProtectionsEQ.P.001City Capital,Other State$500,000 Ongoing (as new installation occur)2.1,2.7N/A
DroughtLow water-use toilets and flush sensorsInstall during renovations to 55 City-owned buildings.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesExistingPrevention and PolicyD.E.002City Capital$2,000,000 7/1/2018Ongoing (as renovations occur)2.10,2.3,4.3N/A
DroughtHands-free sensors in restroom sinksInstall during renovations to 55 City-owned buildings.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesExistingPrevention and PolicyD.E.001City Capital$2,000,000 7/1/2004Ongoing (as renovations occur)2.10,2.3,4.3N/A
Extreme temperaturesMt. Carmel Center NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementMt. Carmel Center NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.012City Capital6/30/201912/31/20191.1,4.4N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Extreme temperaturesIndependence Tower NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementIndependence Tower NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.011City Capital6/30/201912/31/20192.2,2.3,2.8N/A
Extreme temperaturesHope Gardens Multi Service NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementHope Gardens Multi Service NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.010City Capital6/30/201912/31/20192.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Extreme temperaturesJackie Robinson NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementJackie Robinson NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.009City Capital6/30/201912/31/20192.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Extreme temperaturesRosetta Gaston NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementRosetta Gaston NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.008City Capital1/30/201912/31/20192.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Extreme temperaturesHope Gardens NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementHope Gardens NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.007City Capital1/30/201912/31/20192.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Extreme temperaturesBorinquen Plaza NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementBorinquen Plaza NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.006City Capital1/30/201912/31/20192.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Extreme temperaturesNew Lane NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementNew Lane NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.005City Capital3/30/201912/31/20192.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Extreme temperaturesVandalia NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementVandalia NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.004City Capital1/30/201912/31/20192.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
Extreme temperaturesParkside NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementParkside NSC Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingPrevention and PolicyET.2018.003City Capital9/1/20193/31/20222.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost estimate $20,000 -$180,000
FloodingLeonord Covello Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementLeonord Covello Cooling Center HVAC ReplacementDepartment For The AgingExistingProperty ProtectionsF.2018.006City Capital8/1/20192/1/20222.2,2.3,2.8N/ACost Estimate $20,000 -$180,000
CBRN,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsLaptops for DFTA essential staff30 Laptops purchased for essential personnelDepartment For The AgingExistingEmergency ServicesMH.P.012Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,Human Resources AdministrationAuthority Expense$11,000 1/1/20161/1/20181.1,2.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsEmergency planning and hazard mitigation literatureReach 45,000 clients with literature in multiple languages.Department For The AgingExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.031Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$15,000 Ongoing1.1,1.6,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsPublic outreach to seniorsIncrease enrollment in Carrier Alert program to prepare seniors to meet the challenges of disasters.Department For The AgingExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.030Alzheimer's Foundation,Human Resources Administration,Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities,New York City Police Department,USPSCity Expense$01.1,1.6,5.3N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsPublic education on emergency preparedness and hazard mitigation actionsDevelop and conduct educational forums or seminars and distribute planning literature: reach 45,000 clients with literature in multiple languages.Department For The AgingExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.029Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,New York City Emergency ManagementFEMA-HSGP$0Ongoing1.1,1.6,5.3N/A
Infrastructure failuresServer capacity improvementsUpgrade servers at end of life cycleDepartment For The AgingExistingProperty ProtectionsF.P.007Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,Human Resources AdministrationAuthority Capital$190,000 1/1/20171/1/20203 Years1.1,2.10,2.3N/A
Extreme temperaturesAC upgrade for senior centersContinue to monitor status of AC systems at senior centers to help mitigate the effects of heat. Provide for repair or replacement as required.Department For The AgingExistingEmergency ServicesET.P.002New York City Housing AuthorityAuthority Expense$0Ongoing1.1,2.3,2.7N/A
FloodingBreezy Point Risk Mitigation SystemsProtect vulnerable neighborhoods in the Rockaway Peninsula, such as Breezy Point, against flooding from the Atlantic Ocean through a primary and secondary dune system. Protect against bay-side flooding through additional flood mitigation measures.Department of Design and Construction,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyExistingInfrastructure ProjectF.P.052New York City Emergency ManagementCDBG-DR,FEMA-HMGP$58,100,000 10/23/20149/1/20221.1,4.3,4.4N/AOneNYC 2018 PR: Reach 30 percent design
Coastal StormsEmergency contractsHave contracts (tree removal, sidewalk and roadway repair, etc.) ready in advance to reduce response times when hazards occur.Department of Design and ConstructionExistingEmergency ServicesCS.P.004New York City Department of Transportation,Office of Management and BudgetUnknown$0TBD2.1N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal stormsEmergency restoration of Coney Island shorelineRestore to pre-Sandy conditions and to originally authorized beach profile. Mitigation of long-term impacts will require periodic beach maintenance.New York State Department of Environmental Conservation,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.E.160Department of Parks and RecreationUSACE$7,000,000 1/1/199212/31/19952.7,2.9N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Projects-in-New-York/Rockaway-Inlet-to-Norton-Point-Coney-Island
Coastal storms,FloodingFirst Floor Elevation AnalysisThis is a pilot project to assess the elevation of the ground floor of buildings in portions of NYC's floodplain.Department of City PlanningExistingPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.024Mayor's Office of ResiliencyCDBG$41,064 Project start date is TBD.2.1,2.3,2.4,2.5N/A
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Mass Casualty,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsCommunity Engagement in EmergenciesIdentify and strenthen networks within local communities that will make these communities more resilient to the effects of an emergency. This would be accomplished through training, regular engagment, and building a connection with the City's emergency operations center. Work to identify spaces in communities that could potentially support the City's emergency operations or be used for community outreach events. New material will be developed to include mitigation planning and strategies to be included in this engagement and training material. New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.225City Expense,FEMA-HSGP$60,000 Ongoing1.1,4.1,4.2,4.3,4.4,5.1,5.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/ready/community-preparedness.pageThis is an ongoing process. The educational material and community survey are currently available. The identification of new networks and growth of our local connections is ongoing.
CBRN,Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsCERT collaboration with community groupsPartner the CERT program and volunteers with local community and non-profit organizations to help build their connection with local community disaster networks. Assist as a resource to communities building local community plans and promote mitigation strategies.New York City Emergency ManagementExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.230Fire Deparment of the City of New York,New York City Police DepartmentFEMA-HSGP$200,000 Ongoing3.1,3.3,3.4,3.5,5.3N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/site/em/volunteer/be-involved.page
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureBIN Working Group recommendationsImplement recommendations made as result of the seven-month analysis of BIN usage.Department of City PlanningExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.199Unknown$0Ongoing2.1,2.5,5.2N/A
Coastal Storms,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherClose to Home: An Urban Model for Post-Disaster HousingThis guide offers information on deploying interim housing following a major a disaster. It is geared towards government officials, community leaders, construction managers, community advocates, and urban planners. New York City Emergency ManagementCompletedPrevention and PolicyMH.E.237CAU,Department of Buildings,Department of Design and Construction,Federal Emergency Management Agency,NYCEconomic Development Corporation,New York City Housing Authority,U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,US HUDCity Expense,FEMA-HSGP$24,000 12/1/20085/1/20181.1,2.5,2.9N/Ahttps://www1.nyc.gov/assets/whatifnyc/downloads/pdf/close_to_home.pdfcombined with other actions
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingRockaway Reformulation StudyComplete Rockaway Reformulation Study with sea level rise considerations for future long-term coastal protection recommendations, design, and construction.New York State Department of Environmental Conservation,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersPotentialCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.P.166Department of Parks and RecreationCity Capital,FEMA-HSGP,USACE1/1/20201/1/20233 Years4.1,4.3,4.4Mediumhttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Media/Fact-Sheets/Fact-Sheet-Article-View/Article/487597/fact-sheet-atlantic-coast-of-new-york-city-east-rockaway-inlet-to-rockaway-inleReformulation Study underway; final report/EIS approval scheduled for 2019
Cyber threatsControl Privileged Users Access (Phase 1)Introduce controls to privileged users access to critical City networks; to eliminate risk associated with the use of static authentication methods.Cyber 3ExistingProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.012FEMA-HSGP$1,300,000 9/1/20178/31/2020FFY17 UASI grant funded: NYC Identity Management Transformation Project Phase 1 serving a target City agency population. Project planning in progress; procurement anticipated to initiate in 2Q2018.2.1,2.7,4.2N/A
Cyber threatsControls to Privileged Users Access to Critical City NetworksIntroduce controls to privileged users access to critical City networks; to eliminate risk associated with the use of static authentication methods.Cyber 3ExistingProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.006FEMA-HSGP$1,300,000 2.1,2.7N/A
Cyber threatsCitywide Mobile Threat ProtectionDeployment of a citywide mobile threat protection capability to enhance public digital safety.Cyber 3ExistingEducation and AwarenessCY.2018.004City Expense$7,500,000 "NYC Secure" project planning in progress, https://secure.nyc/ The project aims to deliver a public-facing citywide application by Summer of 2018, and citywide wi-fi protection by end 2018.2.1N/A
Cyber threatsProtection of City's data, systems and services from cyber attackSustain the APT solution (CY.E.001/CY.E.002)Cyber 3ExistingProperty ProtectionCY.P.003FEMA-HSGP$3,750,000 9/1/20158/31/20192.1,2.7N/AProposing to sustain the investment with FFY18 UASI funding (see NEW tab).
Cyber threatsCitywide Cybersecurity Awareness ProgramRisk reduction through employee education via training and awareness initiatives including clasroom, CBT, anti-phishing simulation testing and training, various media initiaties, and role-based training for users with privileged access.Cyber 3ExistingEducation and AwarenessCY.E.003City Expense$3,750,000 10/1/2015Indefinitely: approximately $750k annually estimated through 2024.4.1,4.2,5.1,5.2,5.3N/A
Cyber threatsProtection of City's data, systems and services from cyber attackUtilized FFY15 UASI grant funding to install appliances for advanced persistent threat (APT) detection on the City's Tiers 2 and 3 security zones.Cyber 3ExistingProperty ProtectionsCY.E.002FEMA-HSGP$3,000,000 9/1/20158/31/2018Proposing to sustain the investment with FFY18 UASI funding through August 2021 (see NEW tab).2.1N/A
CBRN,Coastal Erosion,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsCUNY stakeholder outreachConduct CUNY university-wide "all-hazards" mitigation training and awareness initiatives (scope: all 24 CUNY campuses with a population of 450,000+ students). Publish and disseminate information to university stakeholder populations.The City University of New YorkExistingEducation and AwarenessMH.E.006DHS,Federal Emergency Management Agency,New York City Emergency Management,The City University of New YorkAuthority Expense$0Ongoing5.1,5.3N/A
Disease OutbreaksCUNY stakeholder outreachConduct university-wide hazard mitigation and awareness regarding mass prophylaxis initiatives (scope: all 24 CUNY campuses with a population of 450,000+ students). Publish and disseminate information to university stakeholder populations.The City University of New YorkExistingEducation and AwarenessDO.E.001Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,NYC MRC,The City University of New YorkAuthority Expense$0Ongoing1.5,5.1,5.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureGas system ImprovementsFortify the gas system by installing special valves to prevent water infiltration and replacing cast-iron and bare-steel mains in flood zones.Con EdisonExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.195Authority Expense$100,000,000 We continue to replace Cast Iron and Unprotected Steel in flood zones. We target 4 miles of replacement annually and will continue to do so until all inventory in flood zones is replaced (approximately 10 years).2.7,3.3N/A
Cyber Threats,Infrastructure FailureCon Ed cyber securityContinue ensuring network and data integrity by implementing security measures; limiting access; maintaining traditional and next generation firewalls; deploying additional IPS/web and database monitoring technologies; segmenting the network; implementing data analysis to detect anomalies, monitoring for and responding to cyber attacks; and sharing information with local, state, and federal agencies.Con EdisonExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.005Authority Expense$0Ongoing2.1,2.3N/A
Extreme Temperatures,Infrastructure FailureLoad-reduction programsContinue contingency and peak shaving demand response programs to mitigate constraint during times of high demand and electric infrastructure failure.Con EdisonExistingPrevention and PolicyMH.E.004Authority Expense$0Ongoing2.1N/A
Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsImproved Con Ed communicationsContinue to provide and enhance communications on forecasted impact to Con Ed's system and updates on outages to customers, community leaders, and regulators. This includes notifications to customers on life-support equipment.Con EdisonExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.003Authority Expense$0Ongoing1.1,1.2,5.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Severe Weather,Winter StormsVegetation Management ProgramContinue performing vegetation management to ensure infrastructure, as well as the public, is secure during and after a natural hazard event. Proper pruning and thinning of the tree canopy is important to minimize damage during hurricanes and wind events and cleanup after storms.Con EdisonExistingCoastal/Natural Resource ProtectionMH.E.002Authority Expense$0Ongoing2.1,4.3N/A
Coastal Storms,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Severe Weather,Winter StormsImproved weather forecastingDevelop and enhance high-resolution weather forecasting technology to forecast weather-caused damage at a micro-geographic level. Utilize various weather parameters (such as rain, wind speed and direction, and temperature) to assist in advance warning capabilities.Con EdisonExistingEmergency ServicesMH.E.001Authority Expense$0Ongoing1.2,4.2,5.2N/A
FloodingMapping of flooding vulnerability dataEvaluate latest flooding information available post-Sandy to potentially update infrastructure maps to more accurately define flooding vulnerability of company assets.Con EdisonExistingPrevention and PolicyF.C.004Authority Expense$0Ongoing2.5,2.9,5.2N/A
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingT-groins at Coney IslandConstruct T-groins at Coney Island to protect coastline.New York State Department of Environmental Conservation,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCompletedCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.P.167Department of Parks and Recreation,New York State Department of Environmental ConservationCity Capital,FEMA-HSGP,USACE12/1/20146/30/20162.7,4.3N/Ahttp://www.nan.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Projects-in-New-York/Rockaway-Inlet-to-Norton-Point-Coney-Island
Coastal stormsPower exercisesContinue to conduct power exercises. The 249th Engineering Battalion, NYCEM, and representatives of other municipalities and counties on the RCPT will conduct emergency generator power assessments throughout the New York City metro area.New York City Emergency Management,Regional Catastrophic Planning Team,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersPotentialEmergency ServicesCS.P.032Department of Parks and Recreation,New York State Department of Environmental ConservationFEMA-HSGP,USACE$0TBD2.1,2.3High
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsEmergency Loan and Grant ProgramAfter Hurricane Sandy, SBS disbursed over $54 million in CDBG-DR funding to help impacted businesses recover, through the Hurricane Sandy Business Loan and Grant program. Drawing lessons from this experience, SBS will lay out a clear blueprint for setting up a recovery program with federal emergency funds, to be able to quickly develop help businesses in the event of a potential future emergency.Small Business ServicesPotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.P.165New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$06 Months3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5,5.1,5.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsHazard mitigation seminar for BIDs and LDCsPartner with NYCEM to hold annual seminar on hazardous mitigation best practices.Small Business ServicesPotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.P.164New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$03.1,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5Medium
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsToolkit and training materials for Business Improvement Districts (BID) and Local Development Corporations (LDC) on mitigation best practicesPartner with NYCEM to create toolkit and training materials to train BIDs and LDCs on mitigation best practices. BID representatives and AvenueNYC contract managers will partner with NYCEM to present on mitigation best practices at meetings in the field.Small Business ServicesPotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.P.163New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$20,000 6 Months3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5,5.1,5.2,5.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsToolkit and training materials for volunteer groupsCreate toolkit and training materials to enable volunteer groups to help businesses. Materials may include training videos, best practices documentation, and checklists. Volunteers will communicate available services to business owners in the field as well as gather critical data that would allow SBS to connect business owners to necessary recovery services.Small Business ServicesPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.159New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$20,000 6 Months3.2,3.3,3.4,3.5,5.1High
FloodingJFK Airport sanitary lift stationRedesign and upgrade sanitary lift station in central terminal area to prevent facility flooding.Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (Aviation)PotentialProperty ProtectionsF.P.071FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$8,000,000 5 Years2.1,2.7High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsIntelligent Transportation System (ITS) programDevelop a comprehensive multi-facility ITS program to provide a cost-effective system to unify multiple facilities within PANYNJ and connect with other regional transportation agencies to provide real-time traffic information for emergencies.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.155NJDOT,New York City Department of TransportationFEMA-HMGP,FHWA,PANYNJ$146,000,000 5 Years2.1,2.10Medium
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsMulti-facility real-time traffic information softwareDevelop Enterprise Transportation Management Center software to process data collected from sensors in the field and present up-to-minute information to operators.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.154NJDOT,New York City Department of TransportationFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$18,500,000 5 Years2.1,2.10Medium
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresGWB tower transformersReplace the GWB tower transformers to provide a reliable source of power for tower lighting, communications systems, tower elevators, and security system.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.153FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$3,200,000 3 Years2.1,2.7High
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresGeorge Washington Bridge (GWB) electrical and power system improvementsUpgrade GWB's emergency power feed and low-voltage power distribution, and rehabilitate high-tension switchgear.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.152Con Edison,Public Service Enterprise GroupFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$40,600,000 4 Years2.1,2.7High
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresLincoln Tunnel electrical and power system improvementsUpgrade the electrical and power system to prevent the loss of power to pumps and ventilation systems, thus averting flooding and disruption in tunnel use.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.151FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$14,000,000 3 Years2.1,2.10,2.7High
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherEmergency generator capacity for Red Hook and Howland Hook container terminalsAdd backup power to improve the resiliency of the terminals and mitigate the effects of power loss from a flooding or other weather event.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.150FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$1,500,000 2 Years2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsIntelligent Transportation System (ITS) at JFK and Newark AirportsEnhance intra-agency visibility and regional situation awarenesscritical to manage traffic during emergenciesby investing in a comprehensive multi-facility Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) program.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.149NJ DOT,New York City Department of TransportationFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$69,300,000 5 Years2.1,2.10High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsJFK Airport fuel storageElevate storage tank and pumping station on a structural platform.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.148FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$2,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsStewart Airport power system redundancyInstall a secondary power supply for the airport.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.147Con EdisonFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$10,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsStewart Airport standby emergency generatorProvide power redundancy to allow for safe evacuation of the airport and the maintenance of limited operations during extreme weather events.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.146FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$2,500,000 2 Years2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsJFK Airport power system redundancyInstall a secondary power supply for the airport.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.145Con EdisonFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$50,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsLaGuardia Airport power system redundancyInstall a secondary power supply for the airport.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.144Con EdisonFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$25,100,000 5 Years2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsLaGuardia Airport electrical system enhancementUpgrade generator equipment to provide enhanced capacity. Currently outdated backup power sources cannot provide reliable power during critical periods.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.143Federal Aviation AdministrationFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$31,000,000 2 Years2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsJFK Airport electrical system resiliencyRehabilitate Bergen substation to enhance the airport's ability to withstand extreme events that disrupt power transmission.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.141Federal Aviation AdministrationFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$39,800,000 5 Years2.1,2.10,2.7Medium
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsFuel advance warning systemImplement advance-warning system for emergency fuel shutoff during a natural disaster.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.140PANYNJ$500,000 3 Years1.1,1.2,4.1High
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsEmergency notification system at JFK AirportInstall advanced automated early warning and emergency notification system in the Green and Blue quadrants of the central terminal area. System includes variable message signs along main access roads.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.E.153New York City Department of TransportationPANYNJ$18,000,000 5 Years1.2High
FloodingImprovements to George Washington Bridge anchorage drainage systemInstall new passive drainage system and rehabilitate the New Jersey anchorage sump pump room to mitigate the effects of heavy rainfall on the structural components in the anchoring of the bridge.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.P.074NJDepartment of Environmental Protection,New York State Department of Environmental ConservationFEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$9,200,000 4 Years2.1,2.7Medium
FloodingLaGuardia Airport dike wallReinforce dike wall along Bowery Bay and runways 13-31.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialInfrastructure ProjectF.P.070Federal Aviation AdministrationFEMA,FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$5,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.7Medium
FloodingProtection of JFK Airport fuel farm tanksRedesign "moat" system that surrounds each fuel farm tank to prevent flooding.Port Authority of New York & New JerseyPotentialInfrastructure ProjectF.P.069FEMA-HMGP,PANYNJ$7,000,000 4 Years2.1,2.7,4.1High
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresOCME Radio Communications and Agency Operations Center UpdateOCME has been notified that the 800 mHz radio system in-use across NYC will be updated to a new system, rendering the current equipment and infrastructure useless. This project includes the purchase and deployment of equipment/systems to support updated Radio Communications technology.In addition, due to the use of radio technology to support agency operations and ensure contingencies when normal means of communication are impacted, this project includes updates to the OCME Agency Operations Center. Office of Chief Medical ExaminerPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.048Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCity Capital$6,900,000 Currently submitted as a Capital Funding request1.2,2.1,2.9High
Infrastructure failuresFlood Mitigation and Emergency Power at OCME Brooklyn and Queens Forensic Pathology CentersOCME Brooklyn and Queens Forensic Pathology Centers, while in operation daily also currently serve as contingency relocation facilities should the OCME Manhattan faculties be rendered inoperable. Each facility is currently equipped with generators that could power the entire building; however, they are not hooked up to provide emergency power to entire building at this time. Generators are currently only wired to support "life safety" and remains storage power needs. This project would include the retrofitting of building to ensure all systems are on generator emergency power. In addition, the installation hookups for temporary generators to support HVAC and essential functions. Steam is currently provided by host hospital facilities for heating/cooling; the installation of portable boilers would support heating/cooling for building when host source is unavailable.Office of Chief Medical ExaminerPotentialEmergency ServicesIF.P.014City Capital$10,000,000 Unknown2.1,2.3Medium
Infrastructure FailureLong-Term Relocation Contingency for OCME Manhattan FacilitiesBoth OCME Facilities (Hirsch Center for Forensic Science and Manhattan Forensic Pathology Center) are located in Evacuation Zone 1, indicating that there is a risk for significant impacts to OCME operations due to flooding and/or storm surge hazards. In the case that these facilities are compromised, OCME has identified redundancies necessary to ensure continuity of essential services and preventing the loss of vital records, etc. This project would include the lease or purchase of approximately 100,000 square feet of space to be retrofitted to meet the multi-use needs of OCME. Potential uses include: Secondary location for OCME Operations Center; relocation of records; relocation and storage of evidence and samples; staging of disaster response cache of supplies, equipment and vehicles; secondary location for receiving and materials management; potential cold storage for remains storage; general workspace. Space must meet the following requirements or be able to be retrofitted to include: temperature-controlled space, CCTV-monitored and secure, multiple loading docks, connectivity to city network, etc.Office of Chief Medical ExaminerPotentialInfrastructure ProjectIF.P.013City CapitalThe cost of this project will heavily depend on the per square foot cost of purchasing/leasing space in a non-flood prone location within NYC. In addition, once the space is identified, additional costs to retrofit the space will be incurred to ensure OCME needs can be met. 2.1,2.2,2.7,2.9Medium
FloodingRelocation of OCME Disaster-Response Equipment and Vehicles from Staging Location at 18th Street and FDR DriveCurrently, NYC storm surge/flood wall being built on landside of the 18th Street OCME Storage/Staging Location. OCME is in pursuit of warehouse space, temporary or permanent to relocate at-risk equipment and vehicles. Also see HMP IF.P.013 which outlines a permanent multi-use warehouse space long-term relocation of equipment/vehicles, vital records and providing space for the continuity of OCME operations.Office of Chief Medical ExaminerPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.P.045City CapitalUnknown2.1,2.2,2.7,2.9Medium
FloodingFlood mitigation and backup power for OCME Forensic Biology LaboratoryHirsch Center is currently outfitted for emergency power to support "life safety" only. This project includes: Installation of additional emergency generator and transfer switches to bring entire building on to emergency power, including HVAC systems. Elevation of petroleum bulk storage. Installation of hook-ups for temporary boilers to ensure continuity of heating/cooling for entire facility. In addition, the scope of this project would include the construction/installation of temporary wall or barrier structures to mitigate storm surge from the East River (as has been done for surround facilities).Office of Chief Medical ExaminerPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.E.052Con EdisonCity Capital$12,000,000 Unknown2.1,2.3,2.7Medium
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresRedundant power for all mission-critical DOT sitesProvide and/or upgrade generators at fleet fueling stations.New York City Department of TransportationPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.058Department of Citywide Administrative Services,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknownTBD2.1,2.3HighCost estimate- TBD. NYCDOT has not secured funding from OMB for this project at this time.
FloodingMetropolitan Hospital critical systems elevationRelocate and elevate emergency department and its critical systems (imaging and generators) above the base flood elevation.NYC Health + HospitalsPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.E.120CDBG,City Capital$7,000,000 ongoing1.1,2.1,2.8High
FloodingMetropolitan Hospital flood barriersInstall flood barriers and protect HVAC systemsNYC Health + HospitalsPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.E.119CDBG,City Capital$55,000,000 ongoing1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsBackup Generator at the 70th Pct and 30th PctProcure & install backup generators and automatic transfer switches at the 70th Pct and 30th PctNew York City Police DepartmentPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.045Unknown$0TBD1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8High
Coastal stormsFlood Protection - 60th PctProcure and deploy temporary flood protections in the event of a coastal storm.New York City Police DepartmentPotentialProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.009Unknown$700,000 2.1,2.7,2.8High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsBackup Generator - 112 PctProcure and install backup generators and automatic transfer switches at the 112 PctNew York City Police DepartmentPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.043FEMA$2,538,628 1/10/2017on hold pending funding1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8MediumAfter design and estimates 112 pct was removed due to lack of funding.
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsBackup generator - PSA 1Procure and install backup generator and automatic transfer switch for PSA 1.New York City Police DepartmentPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.041FEMA$800,000 1/3/2017On hold pending funding1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8MediumAfter design and estimates PSA 1 was removed due to the lack of funding.
FloodingBoiler Protection - 60th PctRaise boilers to above the one percent annual chance floodplain.New York City Police DepartmentPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.2018.013Unknown$321,784 7/1/20192.1,2.7,2.8High
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Severe Weather,Winter StormsNYPD critical facilities protectionPromote hardening of existing and future critical facilities from the primary and secondary effects of natural hazards.New York City Police DepartmentPotentialProperty ProtectionMH.P.115Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.7,2.8Medium
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Severe WeatherNYPD facility protectionEnhance facility design of Public Safety Answering Center I, Public Safety Answering Center II, and Joint Operations Center to withstand severe wind, rain, and flooding events.New York City Police DepartmentPotentialProperty ProtectionMH.P.114Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.7,2.8Medium
FloodingSump pump protectionUpgrade sump pumps in facilities in 100-year floodplain.New York City Police DepartmentPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.P.042City Capital$35,000 TBD2.1,2.7,2.8High
Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresMorrisania Air RightsRepair/re-support buildingNew York City Housing AuthorityPotentialProperty ProtectionsMH.P.111Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.7High
Coastal storms,Flooding,Winter stormsNYCHA emergency action planRevise plan including lessons learned from Sandy. Include necessary NYCHA operational actions required 7 days, 72 hours, 48 hours, and 24 hours prior to a forecasted weather event and within the first 24 hours following the event.New York City Housing AuthorityPotentialProperty ProtectionsMH.E.112Unknown$0TBD1.1,2.1,5.2High
Extreme temperaturesCooling centersClassify all NYCHA community centers as resident cooling centers and retrofit with enhanced AC systems.New York City Housing AuthorityPotentialPrevention and PolicyET.P.005Unknown$0TBD1.1,2.7Medium
EarthquakesUPACA (Site 6)Reinforce building to meet earthquake codes.New York City Housing AuthorityPotentialProperty ProtectionsEQ.P.008Unknown$0TBD1.1,2.1,2.7High
CBRNNYCHA fresh water supplyOutfit all 334 NYCHA developments with oversized water storage tanks so that in the event of a water-contamination event, the buildings can be shut off from the city supply while fresh water is provided to residents for an extended period.New York City Housing AuthorityPotentialPrevention and PolicyCB.P.003Unknown$0TBD1.1,2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,FloodingTide Gauge WestchesterInstall tidal gauges to act as an early warning system in Westchester CountyNew York City Emergency ManagementPotentialEmergency ServicesCS.2018.045USGSUSGSTBD1.2,4.1,5.2High
Winter stormsOutreach to property owners on impacts of snow loadsPartner with DOB to educate property owners about the impacts of snow load, snow drift loads, and sliding snow loads.New York City Emergency ManagementPotentialEducation and AwarenessWS.P.002Department of BuildingsCity Expense$01 Year2.6,3.4,5.3High
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsNYCEM facilities protectionConduct or update natural-hazard vulnerability assessments for all NYCEM facilities, and harden facilities to prevent or minimize damage from natural hazard events.New York City Emergency ManagementPotentialProperty ProtectionMH.P.118Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Federal Emergency Management Agency,NYS DHSESFEMA-HMGP$0TBD2.1,2.7,2.8Medium
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,FloodingHazard Mitigation Assistance (HMA) Investment ToolExplore loss estimation modeling that reflects New York City's unique urban environment to improve decision-making, risk-assessment, and mitigation prioritization. The software update will allow New York City to generate more accurate loss estimates for various hazards including coastal storms, flooding, and earthquakes. New York City Emergency ManagementPotentialProperty ProtectionsMH.E.227FEMA-HMGP,FEMA-PDM$500,000 32.5,2.7,2.8,5.1,5.2HighNYCEM applied for HMGP and PDM funds and is still waiting to hear if the project was approved.
Coastal StormsWindow Protection at Emergency Operations Center (EOC)Protect the City's EOC from hurricane-force winds and flying debris by installing 3M Scotchfield Safety and Security Film at 165 Cadman Plaza East, Brooklyn.New York City Emergency ManagementPotentialEmergency ServicesCS.P.025FEMA-HMGP$02.1,2.7,2.8Medium
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureFueling capabilities/backup for emergency responseConduct an assessment for providing emergency fueling capabilities to MNR's rubber-tire fleet.MTA Metro-North RailroadPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.P.105MTA$500,000 2.1,2.3High
Disease OutbreaksPandemic planningDevelop plans and procure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) addressing protection of employees; maintenance of essential functions and services; support for local, state, and federal response; and communication with customers about pandemic planning and response.MTA Metro-North RailroadPotentialPrevention and PolicyDO.P.001Unknown$0TBD1.1,2.1High
Cyber ThreatsCyber-security strategyDevelop MNR-wide cyber-security strategy and operational plan to identify threats and vulnerabilities to all cyber systems (including SCADA, communications, signals, corporate data, security networks), and put operational plans in place to mitigate those threats and reduce vulnerabilities.MTA Metro-North RailroadPotentialPrevention and PolicyCY.P.002MTA$500,000 TBD2.1,2.10,2.3High
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherContingency planning for substitute bus servicePurchase mobile emergency command center vehicles, fuel tank trucks, and mobile and fixed equipment for bus operations including electronic variable message signs, pumps, portable generators, and portable tower lights.MTA-BusesPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.E.108Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.3Medium
FloodingCarver Houses Flooding Risk Reduction ProjectAssess the feasibility of constructing a water square and green infrastructure project to reduce the damage from stormwater flooding at NYCHA's Carver Houses in East HarlemMayor's Office of ResiliencyPotentialPrevention and PolicyF.2018.004Department of Environmental Protection,New York City Housing AuthorityFEMA-PDM$200,000 3 years1.1,2.10,2.7,2.8High
FloodingCommunity Rating SystemStudy approaches for New York City to join FEMA's Community Rating System program.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyPotentialPrevention and PolicyF.P.063Department of Buildings,Department of City PlanningCDBG$500,000 TBD1.1,5.1Medium
FloodingFlood protection in East HarlemInstall an integrated flood protection system.Mayor's Office of ResiliencyPotentialInfrastructure ProjectF.P.055Unknown$0TBD1.1,2.1,4.3,4.4MediumOneNYC 2018 PR: Present short-, medium-, and long-term plan, and flood protection and drainage system concepts to the East Harlem community
Coastal storms,FloodingAlternative Mitigation Measures for HomeownersAssist 1 -4 family homeowners to improve flood resiliency and reduce flood insurance cost through a combination of flood mitigation measures including elevating mechanical systems above the base flood elevation, fill subgrade space, and add flood vents.Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery Operations,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyPotentialProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.016FEMA-HMGP$4,200,000 3 years1.1,2.1,2.4,2.6,2.7,2.9High
Coastal storms,FloodingHomeowner Technical Assistance ProgramDevelop homeowner technical assistance program to assist homeowners to identify and apply for various grant programs for home retrofit.Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsPotentialPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.020Housing Preservation and Development,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyUnknown1.5,2.6,2.7,2.9High
Coastal storms,FloodingProperty Purchase ProgramDevelop ongoing property purchase program tied to long-term resiliency planning that can be scaled up in response to major housing disasterMayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsPotentialPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.019Housing Preservation and Development,Landmarks Preservation CommissionUnknown1.1,2.1,2.4,2.6,2.9Medium
Coastal storms,FloodingMitigation and Elevation ProgramCreate an ongoing mitigation and elevation program to assist homeowners in floodprone areas.Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsPotentialProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.018Department of Buildings,Department of City Planning,Department of Design and Construction,Department of Environmental Protection,Housing Preservation and Development,Mayor's Office of ResiliencyUnknown1.1,2.1,2.4,2.6,2.7,2.8,2.9High
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,FloodingHousing Recovery OfficeCreate a permanent office/agency dedicated to housing recovery and operational readiness for recoveryMayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.2018.0211.1,2.1,2.4,2.6,2.7,2.9Medium
Coastal storms,FloodingNFIP Enrollment CampaignIncrease NFIP enrollment through outreach and financial counselingMayor's Office of Housing Recovery OperationsPotentialEducation and AwarenessCS.2018.017Department of City Planning,Mayor's Office of Resiliency1.1,2.1,2.4,2.6,2.7,2.9,4.2,5.1High
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsEmergency Procedure Response InformationProvide uniform emergency procedure response information to HPD building occupants.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.005FEMA$10,000 7/1/20206/30/2021Cost estimate and schedule to print and distribute emergency plans to HPD-assisted building tenants.5.1,5.2,5.3High
Earthquakes,Infrastructure failuresConduct Emergency DrillsConduct emergency drills simulating hazards including earthquakes and infrastructure failures.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEducation and AwarenessEQ.2018.002City Capital7/1/20206/30/2021Schedule is time to develop new drills for new and existing HPD-assisted buildings.1.2,4.2,5.3High
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsEmergency Safety NoticesInstall emergency safety notices with definitive action plans for each hazard in public areas for occupants to see.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.2018.004FEMA$50,000 7/1/20196/30/2029Cost and schedule reflect 10 years to install signage in new and existing HPD-assisted buildings.5.1,5.2,5.3High
EarthquakesSecure All FurnitureSecure all furniture and televisions in the event of tip-over assess stability of units, mount flat-panel TV to wall, use brackets, braces or wall straps to secure unstable or top-heavy furniture to the wall.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialProperty ProtectionsEQ.2018.001Unknown$50,000 7/1/20196/30/2029Schedule for ten years of HQS inspections to include earthquake safety procedures for mounting heavy shelves, furniture, etc. in new and existing HPD-assisted buildings.1.4,2.1,2.4Medium
FloodingSecured Location for HPD DocumentationSecured location (waterproof and fireproof) for important documentation at HPD's central officeHousing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.2018.003Housing Preservation and DevelopmentUnknown$100,000 7/1/20196/30/2021Create flood-proof and fireproof the file library in HPD's office at 100 Gold Street (MN).2.3,2.6High
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsPublic Address (PA) SystemPublic Address (PA) System with an independent energy source for relaying instructions .Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.003Unknown$5,000 7/19/20196/30/2021Cost estimation based on typical PA battery backup/small solar costs at each of the three HPD FLCs.1.2,1.5,2.1High
Infrastructure failuresEmergency Backup GeneratorsEmergency backup generators for HPD FLCs/HotelsHousing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEmergency ServicesIF.2018.003FEMA$450,000 7/1/20206/30/2021One year process to install emergency backup generators at each of the three HPD FLCs.2.1,2.3High
FloodingAffordable Multifamily Buildings Flood Insurance Financial AssistanceFinancial assistance for flood insurance for affordable multifamily buildings in the floodplain.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.2018.002Unknown$2,500,000 7/1/20196/30/2029Funding ongoing of about $250,000 per year for flood insurance costs up to $100 per unit (based on average per unit costs of around $175)2.1,3.6Medium
Infrastructure failuresRenewable Energy for Supportive HousingRenewable energy for new development of Supportive Housing to ensure buildings can maintain essential functions in the event of a power outage.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialProperty ProtectionsIF.2018.002FEMA$25,000,000 7/1/20196/30/2029Cost estimation assumes a maximum of $500,000 for installation of solar power and battery storage on each building for at least 50 supportive housing new construction projects over 10 years. Any excess funds intended to defer to preservation projects.2.1,2.2,2.3Medium
Extreme temperaturesInstall Ceiling Fans for HPD Buildings without Air ConditioningInstall ceiling fans in HPD-assisted buildings without Air Conditioning as part of capital improvements and other upgrades.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialPrevention and PolicyET.2018.001Unknown$5,000,000 7/1/20196/30/2029Cost estimation assumes $500/per unit to install ceiling fans in 10,000 HPD-assisted units over 10 years 1.4,2.1,2.2Medium
Coastal stormsSafe Community Room Spaces for Sheltering in PlaceFunding to develop safe community room spaces for sheltering in place in HPD-assisted buildings.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEmergency ServicesCS.2018.005Unknown$50,000,000 7/1/20196/30/2029Estimation reflects renovating common spaces in at least 50 buildings to be flood-proofed and have emergency supply stock including backup power (renewable or generator).1.3,1.4,1.5,2.1,2.2,2.3High
Coastal storms,EarthquakesAll Terrain VehiclesAll Terrain Vehicles for getting to difficult to reach sites and areas affected by weather events.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.040Unknown$100,000 7/1/20196/30/2029Cost estimation for purchase for two vehicles and maintenance for up to 10 years.2.1,2.3Medium
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsSecond Inter-agency Office for EmergenciesSecondary inter-agency office to use in an emergency. This space should be in a different neighborhood than most city agencies are typically housed and offer collaborative space. It could accommodate the 550 approximate HPD employees needed in an emergency response situation.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.001Con Edison,Cyber 3,Department For The Aging,Department of Buildings,Department of City Planning,Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Correction,Department of Design and Construction,Department of Education,Department of Environmental Protection,Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,Department of Investigation,Department of Parks and Recreation,Department of Sanitation,Department of Social Services,Economic Development Corporation,Fire Deparment of the City of New York,Housing Preservation and Development,Landmarks Preservation Commission,MTA Long Island Railroad,MTA Metro-North Railroad,MTA New York City Transit,MTA-Bridges and Tunnels,MTA-Buses,Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities,Mayor's Office of Housing Recovery Operations,Mayor's Office of the Chief Technology Officer,NYC Health + Hospitals,New York City Department of Transportation,New York City Emergency Management,New York City Housing Authority,New York City Police Department,New York State Energy Research and Development Authority,Office of Chief Medical Examiner,Office of Environmental Remediation,Port Authority of New York & New Jersey,Public Service Enterprise Group,Small Business Services,The City University of New York,U.S. Army Corps of EngineersCity Capital$50,000,000 Cost estimation purely to procure office space, this would be an ongoing schedule of costs. 2.2,2.3Medium
Infrastructure failuresIntake Process UpdateUpgrade the intake process for shelter system.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEmergency ServicesIF.2018.001Unknown7/1/20197/1/2020One year process to upgrade the system and its backup, including hours worked.1.5,2.3Medium
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Winter StormsOutreach to residential building ownersEnhance the technology system to provide pre- and post-disaster outreach and information to residential building owners.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.P.097Other$1,500,000 1.2,1.6,2.6,5.1High
EarthquakesHPD facility improvementRetrofit HPD site offices to the current NYC seismic building code.Housing Preservation and DevelopmentPotentialProperty ProtectionsEQ.P.007Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesOther$10,000,000 2 Years1.3,2.1,2.7High
Coastal storms,FloodingMarine 1 - Pier 53 Flood ProtectionFirehouse is located zone AE and received 5' of water on the apparatus flood. Raise utilities to the 2nd floor of the facility.Fire Department of the City of New YorkPotentialProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.036FEMATBD2.1,2.7,2.8Medium
Coastal storms,FloodingEngine 202 Flood ProtectionFirehouse is located in zone AE and received 5' of water on the apparatus floor, plus the basement was flooded. Basemetn continually floods. Facility has a side yard and propose to house all utilities in an elevated watertight container. Fire Department of the City of New YorkPotentialProperty ProtectionsCS.2018.035FEMATBD1.1,2.1,2.7,2.8Medium
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureGas vendorsWork with DCAS to ensure they maintain spare fuel supply in the event of shortages. Obtained 2 Fuel trucks.Fire Department of the City of New YorkPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.086Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCity Capital$750,000 TBD2.1High
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsNext-generation satellite phonesPurchase "smart" satellite phones and radios for critical staff.Fire Department of the City of New YorkPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.E.217City Expense$125,000 TBD2.1,2.10,2.3HighWorking on getting most of current satellite phone equipment upgraded to a G2 system.
Coastal stormsEMS fallback sitesIdentify fallback sites within the EMS facility network for EMS stations (23% of FDNY EMS stations) located in or near flood zones. Sites would be equipped with basic technology and sufficient storage capacity to allow EMS to initiate operations in the event of a catastrophe.Fire Department of the City of New YorkPotentialEmergency ServicesCS.P.013Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesCity Capital$2,500,000 TBD2.1,2.3High
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherWaterfront fueling facilitiesRetrofit one or two waterfront fueling facilities to accommodate large commercial vessels, including ferry boats and other government vessels.Economic Development CorporationPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.P.074Unknown$5,000,000 2 years2.1,2.3,2.8High
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsRemediation of Park Slope DAFN ComplaintRestore structural integrity of the facility and ensure that the entry points are DAFN compliantDepartment of Social ServicesPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.017Unknown$01.1,2.1,2.7,2.8Medium
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherRooftop equipment protection for Critical City-Owned FacilitiesSecure rooftop equipment of city-owned facilities to withstand high-wind events.Department of Social ServicesPotentialProperty ProtectionsSW.P.003Department of Buildings,Department of Citywide Administrative Services,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Capital$5,000,000 5 Years1.1,2.1,2.7High
Coastal storms,FloodingDHS shelter protectionObtain restrictive covenants on six DHS shelters to replace with non-residential structures in areas within the flood and SLOSH zones.Department of Social ServicesPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.P.019Unknown$0Ongoing1.1,1.5,2.1,2.2Medium
Coastal Storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Winter StormsPower redundancy at DHS buildingsInstall redundant power supply at all DHS-owned facilities.Department of Social ServicesPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.018Department of Citywide Administrative Services,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$6,500,000 5 years1.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsHardening of Critical City-Owned FacilitiesEnhance the readiness of critical City-owned facilities via exterior reinforcements, building roof improvements (such as ballasts for flat roofs), flood mitigation barriers, elevation of mechanical equipment, servers, and other IT equipment, protection of access-systems, protection of cables, wires & other infrastructure, HVAC & heating system preparedness, drain & pipe enhancements, and window reinforcements.Department of Social ServicesPotentialProperty ProtectionsMH.P.015Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,New York City Emergency ManagementFEMA-HMGP$0Ongoing1.1,2.1,2.4,2.5Medium
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresDevelop Viable Backup Continuity of Operations (COOP) SitesIdentify and build out viable COOP backup sites for critical agency operations.Department of Social ServicesPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.E.239Department of Citywide Administrative Services,Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$01.1,2.1,2.3High
FloodingFlood Mitigation for Critical City-Owned FacilitiesSupply City-owned facilities within Evacuation Zones 1, 2, and 3 susceptible to flooding with just-in-time barriers, elevate first-floor levels that are prone to flooding, and other means to mitigate the effects of flooding.Department of Social ServicesPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.P.033Department of Buildings,Department of Environmental Protection,New York City Emergency ManagementCity Expense$0TBD1.1,2.1,2.6,2.7High
Flooding,Severe WeatherElectrical Improvements for City-Owned FacilitiesRelocate electrical closets from the lower floors/basements to higher levels at city-owned HRA & DHS facilities in Evacuation Zones 1-3.Department of Social ServicesPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.P.008Department of Citywide Administrative Services,New York City Emergency ManagementFEMA-HMGP$13,500,000 Ongoing1.1,2.1,2.2Medium
Coastal storms,Flooding3-D Mapping Underground ProjectThe 3-D Underground project is intended to collect and make available in an integrated way the data sets which describe the infrastructure features present beneath the streets of NYC. Bringing all the data together would shorten the time needed to integrate data in those instances, but also allow more comprehensive planning for budgeting capital construction, for targeting areas of concern regarding public safety, and for comprehensive resiliency planning as the Citys infrastructure ages. Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications,New York City Emergency ManagementPotentialPrevention and PolicyCS.2018.044City Expense$5,000,000 2.1,2.10,2.3,5.2High
CBRN,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,WildfiresHardening the optical backboneImplement new omni-directional optical technology to enable DoITT to remotely switch the light and route traffic around failed fiber path. Citynet, the City's dedicated optical fiber backbone, is already undergoing a significant upgrade to increase its capacity and resiliency. While the network has the ability to dynamically switch the IP at the ethernet layer, it does not have ability to remotely switch the light through multiple fiber paths during emergencies.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.E.066Unknown$17,000,000 2.1,2.3,2.8High
CBRN,Coastal storms,Disease outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter storms311 alternate siteBuild out an operating environment in a hardened facility to insure that 311 operations can relocate to an alternate site should primary facility be impacted.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.E.065Unknown$13,000,000 Project on hold2.1,2.3High
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresPublic safety land-mobile radio communications at the World Trade CenterProtect and enhance the reliability and resilience of communications infrastructure by installing redundant radio antenna and related equipment at the World Trade Center.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.E.063FEMA$1,800,000 18 Months2.3HighAwaiting Capital Plan allocation from DoITT Budget and Exec Management
Infrastructure failuresCitywide Interactive Voice Response (IVR) for employee announcementsExpand the City's in-house audio conferencing solution to support 500 simultaneous calls, with overflow of another 1,000 calls to be handled in the cloud.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsPotentialEmergency ServicesIF.P.007New York City Emergency ManagementUnknown$1,050,000 TBD1.2,2.1,2.10,2.3High
Infrastructure failuresSession Initiation Protocol (SIP)Implement SIP for voice communication between 311 and the carrier's public network, enabling the City to be less reliant on one carrier central office and have the ability to fail over to alternate locations.Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsPotentialInfrastructure ProjectIF.P.006City Capital$3,500,000 1 Year1.2,2.1,2.10,2.3High
Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Earthquakes,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherBackup software/hardware updgradeThe backup system upgrade will provide the ability to continue protecting DOI's data and systems by providing the necessary capacity and capability to recover data after loss, deletion or corruption.Department of InvestigationPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.039City Capital$2,000,000 1/10/20181/31/2019This project is part of the agency relocaion to 180 ML2.1High
Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresDisaster Recovery Site Hardware UpgradeThe upgrade of the hardware and software at the disaster recovery site will expand DOI's capabilities to protect the agency's systems against the effects of significant negative events. The upgraded DR site will allow the organization to maintain and resume quickly mission-critical functions following any disaster, including cyber-attacks, equipment failures, and natural disasters.Department of InvestigationPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.038City Capital$4,500,000 1/10/20181/31/2019This project is part of the agency relocaion to 180 ML2.1High
Cyber threatsVmware NSX and VDIVMWare NSX is a network virtualization and security platform that delivers networking and security abstracted from the physical infrastructure entirely in software. NSX will provide micro-segmentation for applications used by the agency. If any software application is infected by a virus or worm NSX will isolate the infected system preventing the spread of any malicious attack.VDI or Virtual Desktop Infrastructure enables the creation of virtual desktops allowing users access to all the organization's software applications and data in a controlled environment. VDI provides control of software configuration in every virtual desktop that includes the latest patches and security updates. Also, sensitive data never leaves the data center, where data is audited and protected against theft.Department of InvestigationPotentialPrevention and PolicyCY.2018.003City Capital$2,161,000 1/10/20181/31/2019This project is part of the agency relocaion to 180 ML2.1High
Cyber threatsCisco ISECisco ISE or Identity Services Engine is a network administration system that facilitates the establishment and enforcement of security and policies for endpoint devices connected to the agency's network. ISE will also simplify managing identities for a variety of appliances, devices, and applications. Department of InvestigationPotentialPrevention and PolicyCY.2018.002City Capital$160,000 1/10/20181/31/2019This project is part of the agency relocaion to 180 ML2.1High
Cyber threatsPalo Alto FirewallDOI will use Palo Alto's next-generation firewalls to detect known and unknown threats, in regular and encrypted network traffic to reduce risks and prevent a wide range of cyber-security attacks. The new firewalls will improve DOI's security posture by substantially decreasing attack vectors that malicious and unaware actors might try to use to exploit vulnerabilities in systems used by the Agency. Department of InvestigationPotentialPrevention and PolicyCY.2018.001City Capital$2,200,000 1/1/20181/31/2019This project is part of the agency relocaion to 180 ML2.1High
Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherDOB radiosProcure 80 communication radios to effectively carry out inspections and communicate with command posts during disasters when cell phone services are typically down or unreliable.Department of BuildingsPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.024Unknown$120,000 TBD2.1,2.3Medium
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsDSNY Consolidated Facilities (428 TBD)428 Grant - Scopes TBDDepartment of SanitationPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.P.178City Capital,FEMA$0TBD2.1LowNot prioritized since scope not available.
FloodingBronx 9/10/11 New GarageConstruction of new garage that is being designed to sustain 500-Year Flood elevation.Department of SanitationPotentialPrevention and PolicyF.P.078City Capital$0TBD- being designed2.1Medium
FloodingManhattan 6/6A/8 New GarageConstruction of new garage that is being designed to sustain 500-Year Flood elevation.Department of SanitationPotentialPrevention and PolicyF.P.077City Capital$0TBD; Being designed2.2MediumAddress not determined
FloodingBrooklyn 3 New GarageConstruction of new garage that is being designed to sustain 500-Year Flood elevation.Department of SanitationPotentialPrevention and PolicyF.P.076City Capital$0TBD; Being designed2.2Medium
CBRN,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsHub the Hood programDevelop a grant program in which neighborhood associations compete for seed money to become a "Hub" for their neighborhood by connecting block associations, buildings, and social service providers for a more socially cohesive neighborhood.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.P.052Department of Buildings,Housing Preservation and DevelopmentUnknown$02 Years1.6,5.1,5.3High
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsSmall grants program to support community-based social cohesionSupport 10 longstanding community-based organizations, schools, or faith-based organizations that serve diverse vulnerable populations (e.g. children, undocumented immigrants, precariously un-domiciled and homeless, and the elderly). Funding will be will be in two increments of $25,000 each for a total award of $50,000 per site.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.P.051Unknown$500,000 1.5 Years1.5,1.6,5.1,5.3Medium
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureDOHMH primary data center availabilityIncrease DOHMH's network infrastructure capacity and redundancy to improve preparedness and response during a major system failure.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialProperty ProtectionsMH.P.045Unknown$6,000,000 1 year to implement2.3High
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure FailureDOHMH IT systems protectionSafeguard crucial DOHMH applications and systems through the creation of a mirror system or DR Data Center (cloud). The current DOHMH Data Center at 22 Cortlandt Street in downtown Manhattan, in a flood zone, competes for power resources and priorities with the city's financial institutions.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.044Unknown$3,000,000 18 Months2.1,2.3High
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsMental health volunteer preparedness and responsePromote involvement of mental health consumers in volunteer preparedness and response activities. Peer volunteers would receive training on emergency preparedness and be linked to a network of programs that mobilize volunteers to respond to an emergency such as Community Emergency Response Teams, American Red Cross, City Serve, and NYC Cares.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.P.043City Expense$250,000 One year to implement and ongoing1.1,1.4,1.5,1.6High
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsMental health system support networkEstablish a network of community-based mental health organizations (different types of programs located in various zones) that may develop a COOP plan to share resources and collaboratively ensure consumer safety and provide services during and following an emergency.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.P.042Unknown$500,000 1 Year, One-time expense1.1,1.6,2.3,5.3High
Coastal Storms,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe WeatherMental health system power backupPurchase generators and needed equipment for community-based providers. Include gasoline reserves.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.041City Capital$1,500,000 ongoing1.1,2.3High
CBRN,Coastal Storms,Cyber Threats,Disease Outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme Temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure Failure,Severe Weather,Wild Fires,Winter StormsPsychological First Aid (PFA)Train New York City responders in PFA, an evidence-informed modular approach to help children, adolescents, adults, and families in the immediate aftermath of a disaster to reduce the initial distress caused by traumatic events and foster short- and long-term adaptive functioning and coping.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialEducation and AwarenessMH.P.038Unknown$20,000 Immediate and ongoing1.4,1.5,1.6High
Infrastructure failuresFacility electrical power and data infrastructure upgradeProvide necessary upgrades for building services during emergencies.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialInfrastructure ProjectIF.P.004Department of Design and ConstructionCity Capital$5,000,000 2 Years2.1,2.3High
FloodingWater infiltration preventionDo thermal imaging of roofs and building facades of all DOHMH facilities to determine areas and extent of existing water infiltration.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialProperty ProtectionsF.P.013Other$80,000 1 Year1.1,2.1,5.2High
Disease outbreaksAC availability and affordabilityAdvocate state HEAP AC program to expand coverage to include assitance with utility costs; Identify and implement a city-funded AC assistance program to cover at-risk individuals who do not qualify for HEAP assistance.Department of Health and Mental HygienePotentialPrevention and PolicyET.P.003Department For The Aging,Human Resources Administration,New York City Emergency Management,New York State Department of Health,OTDA,Office of the MayorCity Expense$0TBD1.1,1.5,1.6MediumDOHMH/HRA submitted joint letter requestion expansion of HEAP (budget and to include utility assitance) during HEAP public comment period
Coastal stormsRetrofit Wastewater Treatment Plants for ResiliencyRetrofit wastewater treatment plants for resiliency including raising or flood-proofing critical equipment, constructing barriers, and installing backup power supplies per the Oct 2013 NYC Wastewater Resiliency Plan at all wastewater treatment plants where such measures were not funded under the original EPA-funded Storm Mitigation Loan Program (SMLP).Department of Environmental ProtectionPotentialInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.0022.1,2.3,2.7,2.8Medium
Coastal stormsRetrofit Pump Stations for ResiliencyRetrofit pumping stations for resiliency including raising or flood-proofing critical equipment, constructing barriers, and installing backup power supplies per the Oct 2013 NYC Wastewater Resiliency Plan at all pumping stations where such measures were not funded under the original EPA-funded Storm Mitigation Loan Program (SMLP).Department of Environmental ProtectionPotentialInfrastructure ProjectCS.2018.0012.1,2.3,2.7,2.8High
Drought,Infrastructure FailureGroundwater treatment plantConstruct a treatment facility in southeast Queens with four existing groundwater wells to provide an additional 12 million gallons of water supply for the city. Remove and treat groundwater to meet EPA Safe Drinking Water Act standards.Department of Environmental ProtectionPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.011City Capital$40,000,000 2.1,2.3,2.7,2.8Medium
Drought,Infrastructure FailureGroundwater developmentConstruct treatment facilities throughout the southeast Queens groundwater system to provide up to 55 million gallons per day of additional water treated to meet EPA Safe Drinking Water Act standards.Department of Environmental ProtectionPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.010Unknown$0TBD2.1,2.7,2.8Medium
EarthquakesSeismic inspection and retrofit for drinking water distribution systemConduct study to determine seismic design standards and seismic resiliency of drinking water distribution system (tunnels, piping, clean water pump stations, dams, shafts, and tanks). Use study results to prioritize and retrofit distribution infrastructure to appropriate seismic standards as needed.Department of Environmental ProtectionPotentialProperty ProtectionEQ.P.003City Capital,City Expense$0Ongoing2.1,2.7,2.8,5.2Medium
EarthquakesSeismic protection for sewersInspect and repair structural deficiencies in intercepting sewers to reduce the impact of seismic activity.Department of Environmental ProtectionPotentialProperty ProtectionsEQ.P.002City Capital,City Expense$0Ongoing2.1,2.7,2.8Medium
Coastal StormsAlternatives for Rockaway Wastewater Treatment PlantConsider conversion to a pumping station, which would be less expensive to protect, and potential transfer of treatment to a less vulnerable wastewater treatment facility elsewhere in the city.Department of Environmental ProtectionPotentialInfrastructure ProjectCS.E.023City Capital$150,000,000 Draft Facilty Plan submitted in 2016. Final Plan due Sep/Oct 2018.2.1,2.2,2.7,2.8Medium
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsCrisis Management Tool UpgradeUpgrade of current Crisis Management ToolDepartment of EducationPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.2018.018Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsUnknown1.1,1.2,1.4High
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsTraining and ExercisesDevelop exercise and training curricula for internal agency departments and testing of existing agency protocols and procedures.Department of EducationPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.P.172Unknown$012/1/20181.2Medium
CBRN,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsMass Notification SystemResearch and implementation of staff and student alerting system.Department of EducationPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.171Unknown$0TBD1.1,1.2,5.1High
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsEmergency alert applicationResearch the feasibility of developing an emergency alert application to be utilized for administrators, teachers, and students in times of emergencyDepartment of EducationPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.169Unknown$0TBD1.2,1.5,5.1High
CBRN,Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Disease outbreaks,Drought,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Wildfires,Winter stormsNetwork and internet services improvementsFortify DOE internal network and internet services against external attacks and network failures.Department of EducationPotentialProperty ProtectionsMH.P.168Department of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsUnknown$0TBD2.1Medium
Coastal storms,Flooding,Severe weatherSurge protection for DOE critical electrical systemsInstall surge suppression protection to minimize impacts from severe weather.Department of EducationPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.035SCAUnknown$0TBD1.1,2.1,2.7High
Coastal storms,Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherProtection of DOE facilities from electrical system damage from treesImplement program to prune or remove old and overgrown trees near DOE facilities to prevent damage to the electrical distribution grid and nearby structures during tornadoes, windstorms, and coastal storms.Department of EducationPotentialProperty ProtectionsMH.P.033SCAUnknown$0TBD1.1,2.1,2.7High
Infrastructure failures,Severe weatherProvision of power redundancyAcquire portable generators, pumping station, lighting systems, and other essential equipment to create redundancy for critical networks.Department of EducationPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.E.207Federal Emergency Management AgencyFEMA$1,000,000 TBD1.1,2.1,2.3High
Mass CasualtyDOE Mass Casualty and Anti-Terrorism MitigationDevelopment of agency-wide emergency plans for active shooter and other mass casualty events.Department of EducationPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.E.204Columbia University NCDP,Fire Deparment of the City of New York,New York City Police DepartmentUnknown$0Ongoing1.1,5.3High
Coastal erosion,Coastal storms,FloodingHart Island ShorelineHart Island Shoreline RehabilitationDepartment of CorrectionPotentialCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionMH.2018.027FEMA$13,226,828 3/15/201712/30/20211.4,2.2,2.5,2.8
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresManhattan Detention Complex (MDC) cellar/backup emergency systemProvide second emergency generator for 100% capacity.Department of CorrectionPotentialEmergency ServicesMH.P.031City Capital$3,000,000 TBD2.1,2.3Medium
Coastal storms,Flooding,Infrastructure failuresRikers Island ferry dockAdd new docking facility to provide additional access to Rikers Island for inmate transport and supplies such as food and medicines.Department of CorrectionPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.027City Capital,FTA$25,000,000 TBD1.1,2.1,2.7Medium
Coastal storms,FloodingStormwater managementUpgrade steam tunnel pumps to remove water that may enter during a coastal storm or flooding event.Department of CorrectionPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.P.026Unknown$15,000,000 TBD1.1,2.1,2.7High
Coastal stormsVernon C. Bain Center (VCBC) mooring system and site access improvementBuild marine vessel mooring above the FEMA 500-year flood advisory elevation of 15.36 feet. Currently VCBC mooring arm is designed at maximum 10.3 feet.Department of CorrectionPotentialProperty ProtectionsCS.P.008City Capital,FEMA-HMGP$18,000,000 TBD1.1,2.1,2.7MediumProject not funded
FloodingInfrastructure flood protectionCreate spill vaults to minimize damage from flooding in below-grade fuel-storage containers.Department of Citywide Administrative ServicesPotentialProperty ProtectionsF.P.001FEMA$0TBD2.1,2.7,4.3Medium
FloodingEcologically sensitive industrial area planningConduct area plans for ecologically significant maritime and industrial areas that have significant environmental contamination. Work with Brownfield Opportunity Area grant recipients, local communities, and elected officials to identify next steps, and seek funding for further studies of existing conditions and strategies to promote maritime businesses and address environmental issues.Department of City PlanningPotentialCoastal/Natural Resources ProtectionF.P.004Unknown$0N/A1.5,2.4,2.5,2.6,3.1High
Cyber threatsControl Privileged Users Access (Phase 2)Introduce controls to privileged users access to critical City networks; to eliminate risk associated with the use of static authentication methods.Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.013Unknown$5,000,000 Funding considerations for project Phase 2 serving a larger city government population (privileged users) will be initiated following outcome of Phase 1 planning/design/deployment; anticipated to be early 4Q2018.2.1,2.7Medium
Cyber threatsEnterprise Endpoint Management SolutionDeployment of enterprise endpoint management solution to automate provisioning and configuration of networked devices.Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.011FEMA-HSGPProposing FFY18 UASI grant to fund the solution; procurement not to initiate before 9/1/2018.2.1,2.3Medium
Cyber threatsReplace Vulnerability Management SystemReplace the City's existing vulnerability management system.Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.010City Expense2.1,2.10,2.3,2.7High
Cyber threatsNetwork Visibility PlatformDevelop network visibility platform targeted to city government offices that have independent Internet connectivity, or limited bandwidth impacting ability to collect logs or perform vulnerability and risk assessments. Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.009FEMA-HSGP$292,500 Proposing FFY18 UASI grant to fund the solution; procurement not to initiate before 9/1/2018.2.1,2.7High
Cyber threatsOperational Technology Security PlatformDevelop an Operational Technology security platform to discover, compile and correlate suspicious events and threat intelligence.Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.008FEMA-HSGP$9,000,000 Proposing FFY18 UASI grant to fund Phase 1 project solution; procurement not to initiate before 9/1/2018. Collaborating with NYC DEP to deploy the solution to a portion of DEP critical sites.2.1,2.2,2.3,2.7High
Cyber threatsInternet of Things (IoT)Develop an Internet of Things (IoT) security platform to discover, inventory and classify agency IoT devices.Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.007Unknown$6,000,000 2.1,2.7Medium
Cyber threatsSustainment of the Advanced Persistent Threat SolutionSustainment of the advanced persistent threat solution (CY.E.002 and CY.P.003)Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionsCY.2018.005FEMA-HSGP$3,750,000 Proposing FFY18 UASI grant to fund the sustainment project; procurement not to initiate before 9/1/2018.2.1,2.7Medium
Cyber threatsSustain Data Discovery and DLP: data classificationDesign a program to tag/classify data to determine data criticality; and sustain the DLP investment (CY.P.004) to protect sensitive data on the City network.Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionsCY.P.005Unknown$10,500,000 Indefinitely2.1,2.7MediumCost estimate includes software renewal (700k citywide endpoints) plus data classification solution deployment.
Cyber threatsData Discovery and Data Loss Prevention (DLP)Develop and deploy a system to inventory sensitive data such as PII or FTI on the City network, and create a centralized repository tracking key information about sensitive data. Also, develop and deploy a host-based DLP solution to detect or mitigate the risk of sensitive information moving between agencies or leaving the organization.Cyber 3PotentialProperty ProtectionCY.P.004Unknown$12,000,000 Indefinitely2.1,2.6,2.7,4.3HighCost estimate includes software (700k citywide endpoints) plus inventory solution implementation.
CBRN,Coastal storms,Cyber threats,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsTool for Real-Time Collection of Information - IoT Devices and SensorsTool for the real-time collection of information from distributed IoT devices and sensors installed throughout the city, as well as sharing of that information with multiple agency partners. IoT devices collecting information in real-time about a wide array of environmental factors in the city could provide useful information for City planning and operations. The ability for multiple agencies to access data from IoT devices installed by other agencies in real-time without having to install their own devices would enable them to better plan and respond to events like severe storms while decreasing stress on limited infrastructure.Mayor's Office of the Chief Technology OfficerPotentialPrevention and PolicyMH.2018.019Unknown1.2,2.1Medium
CBRN,Coastal storms,Earthquakes,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsSmart PolesSmart poles to enable resilient telecommunications services, including access to emergency services. Installed with backup power, resilient and redundant wired connections to telecommunications infrastructure, and/or mesh networking equipment, along with other equipment such as Wi-Fi access points, such poles could provide resilient, reliable access to emergency services during and after extreme weather and other events. They could also help residents get access to information distributed by government agencies, including emergency alerts, and to help them contact their family members, find shelter, and obtain aid to recover from events.Mayor's Office of the Chief Technology OfficerPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.020Unknown~$65,000 per housing, plus installation and telecommunications and/or sensing equipment. Installation of housing estimated at approximately 3-5 days per housing.1.1,1.2,2.1,2.10High
Coastal storms,Extreme temperatures,Flooding,Infrastructure failures,Severe weather,Winter stormsInstallation of Hardened Telecommunications SheltersInstallation of hardened telecommunications shelters to house and protect critical telecommunications equipment from weather, temperature, and flooding hazards. Shelters can be raised to mitigate flooding, are equipped with HVAC systems to cool telecommunications equipment, and would contain their own backup power generation to ensure operation in the event of commercial power loss. The shelters can also be outfitted to be powered by portable generators in case of the failure of installed backup power generation. Shelters are prefabricated and installed quickly on-site.Mayor's Office of the Chief Technology OfficerPotentialInfrastructure ProjectMH.2018.046UnknownCost will be ~$300,000-$325,000 per shelter. Installation of telecommunications shelters estimated at approximately two to four months. 2.1,2.10,2.3,2.7High

The mitigation actions database contains potential actions, which are wish list projects that do not have funding.  This table is for planning purposes only and creates no obligation on agencies to fulfill the potential actions listed. Potential actions may be undertaken or fulfilled should appropriate funding become available. Prioritization of potential actions is required under FEMA grant guidelines; it will not be used to determine eligibility for funding or implementation of potential projects in the future.

This table also contains existing actions, which are ongoing projects that do have funding.  The table was last updated in November of 2018.  The NYCEM Hazard Mitigation Unit will update these actions on annual basis starting in April 2019.  For a more up-to-date status of existing projects, please reach out to the appropriate agency.