de Blasio Administration Releases Mayors Management Report For Fiscal Year 2021

The de Blasio administration today released the Mayor’s Management Report for Fiscal Year 2021, an analysis of City agencies’ performance from July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2021. The MMR presents more than 2,000 indicators from 45 City agencies that measure the City’s performance in providing services to New Yorkers. The Fiscal Year 2021 MMR, the last of the Mayor’s tenure, features the City’s response and recovery efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic and highlights the de Blasio Administration’s achievements in education, public safety, criminal justice, and police reform, open space, transportation, access to healthcare, affordable housing, economic security, and uplifting working families.

“The Mayor’s Management Report has served as the City’s report card for decades,” said Mayor Bill de Blasio. “From expanding Pre-K and 3K to the creation of our affordable housing plan to driving down crime, this year’s report captures trends from the past eight years that I’m proud to share with New Yorkers. This year’s report also details how City agencies rose to meet the greatest challenge in a generation, COVID-19. Together, we will continue to drive vaccination rates upward and build a recovery for all of us.”

“For 44 years the Mayor’s Management Report has been integral to the function and efficacy of New York City’s Government. As vital as the MMR is to our government, it’s equally important for New Yorkers to see what is working, what is in progress and what needs more attention,” said Jeff Thamkittikasem, Director of the Mayor’s Office of Operations. “I want to thank the people of Operations for making this report possible and dedicating their lives to a more effective and equitable government, especially during this entire pandemic response.”



The MMR, which grew out of the 1970’s fiscal crisis, is a national model for holding City government accountable. Both the MMR and Preliminary Mayor’s Management Report (PMMR), which covers the first four months of the fiscal year and is released in January, are mandated by Section 12 of the New York City Charter. To view this year’s report, visit: http://www.nyc.gov/mmr.

The de Blasio Administration by The Numbers

MMR Administration Fiscal Year 2013 – The fiscal Year 2021 Highlights include:

Education

  • Student enrollment in Full Day Pre-K increased over 267% from 15,917 in Fiscal Year 2013 to 58,469 in Fiscal Year 2021.
  • Proficiency in English Language Arts for Grades 3-8 increased 21 percentage points from 26.4% in Fiscal Year 2013 to 47.4% in Fiscal Year 2019.
  • Proficiency in Math for Grades 3-8 increased 16 percentage points from 29.6% in Fiscal Year 2013 to 45.6% in Fiscal Year 2019.
  • The percentage of high schoolers taking AP exams increased 15.9 percentage points from 23.9% in Fiscal Year 2013 to 39.8% in Fiscal Year 2019.
  • The four-year high school graduation rate increased 12.8 percentage points from 66.0% in Fiscal Year 2013 to 78.7% in Fiscal Year 2020.
  • The School Construction authority added more than 50,000 new school seats during the administration.
  • The four-year college readiness rate increased 26.3 percentage points from 31.4% in Fiscal Year 2013 to 57.7% in Fiscal Year 2020.
  • The number of students enrolled in CUNY ASAP increased nearly ten fold from 2,204 students in Fiscal Year 2013 to 23,118 students in Fiscal Year 2021.

Personal and Community Safety

  • Major felony crime decreased 13.4% from 110,099 in Fiscal Year 2013 to 95,369 in Fiscal Year 2021.

Core Infrastructure and Environment

  • Citi Bike Trips increased 145% from 9.4M in Fiscal Year 2014 to 23.1M in Fiscal Year 2021.
  • DOT has installed over 500 new miles of bike lanes since Fiscal Year 2013 including over 130 miles of protected bike lanes.
  • The number of Select Bus Service miles covered increased 123% from 65 miles in Fiscal Year 2015 to 145 miles in Fiscal Year 2021.
  • The cumulative estimated reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from all DCAS energy projects is 262,285 metric tons.
  • The City has added more than 13 megawatts of solar energy capacity.
  • The percentage of vehicles in the City fleet that are hybrid or alternative fuel like electric vehicles increased from 26 percentage points from 41% to 67%.

Economic Security and Mobility

  • The Fair Fares NYC program was created, now at 235,583 qualifying low-income New Yorkers accessing half-priced rides on subways, buses, and paratransit.

Empowered Residents and Neighborhoods

  • The IDNYC municipal ID card program has nearly 1.4 million cardholders.
  • Total Registered Voters increased 19.9% from 4.6M in Fiscal Year 2013 to 5.6M in Fiscal Year 2021.

Housing

  • Under the Housing NY program, over 194,000 affordable homes have been started either through new construction or preservation.
  • Nearly 450,000 New Yorkers facing eviction and other housing-related legal challenges have received City-funded free legal assistance since 2014.

Health and Wellbeing

  • Metroplus membership has increased 44.9% from 427,830 in Fiscal Year 2013 to 620,041 in Fiscal Year 2021.
  • NYC Care enrollment reached 69,309 in Fiscal Year 2021.
  • NYC Well was created, providing mental health service connections to all New Yorkers, increasing 45% from 152,600 connections in Fiscal Year 2017 to 372,900 connections in Fiscal Year 2021 and more than 1 million connections since the beginning of the program.
  • The Co-Response teams of NYPD and DOHMH have expanded ten-fold from 53 engagements in Fiscal Year 2016 to 661 engagements in Fiscal Year 2021, with more 2,000 engagements since the program was created.
  • The percentage of adults who smoke has decreased 4.6 percentage points from 15.5% in Fiscal Year 2013 to 10.9% in Fiscal Year 2021.
  • The number of children under the age of 18 with blood lead levels of 5 micrograms per deciliter or greater has decreased 55.2% from 6,734 in Calendar Year 2015 to 3,015 in Calendar Year 2020.
  • The average number of children in foster care has decreased 41% from 12,958 in Fiscal Year 2013 to 7,639 in Fiscal Year 2021.

Diverse and Inclusive Government

  • The number of MWBEs certified increased 188% from 3,700 in Fiscal Year 2013 to 10,665 in Fiscal Year 2021.

Highlights from the Fiscal Year 21 MMR include:

Health and Wellbeing

  • H+H: MetroPlus membership increased 10.7% from 560,212 to 620,041.
  • H+H: NYC Care enrollment increased 146.2% from 28,151 to 69,309.
  • H+H: eConsults completed increased 87.8% from 171,569 to 322,229.
  • H+H: Individuals who received clinical services from Mental Health Service Corps behavioral health clinicians increased 113.7% from 2,749 to 5,874.
  • DOHMH: New tuberculosis cases (CY) (preliminary) decreased 20.0% from 556 to 445.
  • DOHMH: New HIV diagnoses (CY Preliminary) decreased 54.2% from 1,772 to 812.
  • DOHMH: Childhood blood lead levels – number of children less than 18 years of age with blood lead levels of 5 micrograms per deciliter or greater (CY) decreased 19.4% from 3,739 to 3,015.
  • DOHMH: Childhood blood lead levels – number of children less than 6 years of age with blood lead levels of 5 micrograms per deciliter or greater (CY) decreased 14.7% from 3,050 to 2,603.
  • DOHMH: Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) (CY) decreased 7.1% from 4.2 to 3.9.
  • DOHMH: Supportive connections provided by NYC Well, a behavioral health helpline increased 42.2% from 262,200 to 372,900.

 Empowered Residents and Neighborhoods

  • ACS: Children in foster care decreased 2.4% from 7,827 to 7,639.
  • ACS: Total admissions to detention decreased 31.6% from 1,442 to 987.
  • ACS: Average daily population (ADP), detention decreased 7.6% from 128.7 to 118.9
  • DHS: Single adults who exited to permanent housing and returned to the DHS shelter services system within one year decreased 2.4% from 14.2% to 11.8%.
  • DHS: Adult families entering the DHS shelter services system decreased 52.8% from 1,118 to 528.
  • DHS: Adult families in shelters per day decreased 19.2% from 2,455 to 1,983.
  • DHS: Adult families who exited to unsubsidized permanent housing and returned to the DHS: shelter services system within one year decreased 4.1% from 7.7% to 3.6%.
  • DHS: Families with children entering the DHS shelter services system decreased 39.5% from 10,087 to 6,107.
  • DHS: Families with children in shelters per day decreased 16.2% from 11,719 to 9,823.
  • DHS: Families with children who exited to unsubsidized permanent housing and returned to the DHS shelter services system within one year decreased 3.9% from 19.5% to 15.6%.
  • DVS: Veterans and their families given assistance to access resources increased 215.7% from 2,715 to 8,572.
  • DVS: Veterans, family members and caregivers who were successfully connected to care, services or resources through VetsThrive increased 52.7% from 1,402 to 2,142.

Public and Community Safety

  • NYPD: Forcible rape decreased 13.7% from 1,136 to 980.
  • NYPD: Robbery decreased 3.0% from 13,438 to 13,030.
  • NYPD: Grand larceny decreased 9.6% from 39,524 to 35,735.
  • NYPD: Major felony crime in transit system decreased 38.9% from 2,378 to 1,452.
  • NYPD: Murder related to domestic violence decreased 17.2% from 64 to 53.
  • NYPD: Rape related to domestic violence decreased 8.4% from 645 to 591.
  • FDNY: End-to-end average response time (minutes:seconds) to life-threatening medical emergencies by ambulance units decreased 8.3% from 10:19 to 9:34
  • FDNY: End-to-end combined response time (minutes:seconds) to life-threatening medical emergencies by ambulance & fire units decreased 9.3% from 9:31 to 8:44.
  • FDNY: Structural fires decreased 6.3% from 25,993 to 24,359

Housing

  • HPD: New construction starts under Housing NY (units) 64.9% from 6,867 to 11,322.

Diverse and Inclusive Government

  • SBS: Annual MWBE recertification rate increased 4.1% from 62.6% to 66.7%.
  • SBS: MWBEs that were certified increased 6.3% from 10,034 to 10,665.

Core Infrastructure and Environment

  • DOT: Citi Bike trips increased 21.1% from 19,050,000 to 23,080,000.
  • TLC: Active medallion taxis that are accessible increased 81.9% from 1,052 to 1,914.
  • TLC: Active FHVs that are accessible increased 101.9% from 1,113 to 2,247.
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