New York City Mayor Eric Adams yesterday unveiled “Rebuild, Renew, Reinvent: A Blueprint for New York City’s Economic Recovery.”
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced seven mayoral appointees to the New York City Districting Commission.
Today, in front of a super-polluting midtown building, climate activists, Comptroller Brad Lander, and councilmembers rallied to urge Mayor Adams.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced the reappointment of Renee Campion as commissioner of the Office of Labor Relations (OLR).
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams today announced a historic agreement to baseline $75 million in funding for Fair Fares.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today signed two executive orders signaling his administration’s commitment to procure, prepare, and serve healthy and nutritious food citywide.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today created the Office of Faith-Based and Community Partnership (OFCP). The office — created with the signing of an executive order by Mayor Adams.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today gave a raise to hard-working essential workers, many of whom are immigrants, and all who helped New Yorkers get around the five boroughs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today announced additional appointments to his executive.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today received a report outlining a set of recommendations related to social justice reform from a commission impaneled by civil rights lawyer Norman Siegel.
NYC Speaks–the public engagement campaign designed to inform the priorities of newly elected Mayor Eric Adams and his administration.
Today, Mayor Eric Adams announced members of his senior staff who will oversee operations at City Hall and advance his strategic policies and priorities.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Schools Chancellor David C. Banks started their first weekday as leaders of the nation’s largest city and school district.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Mayor-Elect Eric Adams, Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter, and Incoming Schools Chancellor David Banks today announced a multi-pronged approach for safety.
A new report released today by the Center for an Urban Future (CUF) urges Mayor-elect Adams and the incoming City Council to create 10,000 new Black- and Latino-owned businesses.