Local Government

LinkNYC - free telephone kiosks and wi-fi

LinkNYC is a first-of-its-kind communications network that will replace over 7,500 pay phones across the five boroughs with new structures called Links. Each Link provides superfast, free public Wi-Fi, phone calls, device charging and a tablet for access to city services, maps and directions.
LinkNYC is completely free because it’s funded through advertising.
Key Features
Use your personal device to connect to LinkNYC’s super fast, free Wi-Fi
Access city services, maps and directions from the tablet
Make free phone calls to anywhere in the U.S. using the Vonage app on the tablet or the tactile keypad and microphone. Plug in your personal headphones for more privacy.
Use the dedicated red 911 button in the event of an emergency
Charge your device in a power-only USB port
Enjoy more room on the sidewalk with Link’s sleek, ADA-compliant design by Antenna
View public service announcements and more relevant advertising on two 55” HD displays
for information: hello@link.nyc
to advertise: engage@link.nyc


Manhattan Borough President - Gale Brewer

For General Inquiries:

Email: info@manhattanbp.nyc.gov

Website contact: http://manhattanbp.nyc.gov/html/contact/contact.shtml

Phone: 212-669-8300

Fax: 212-669-4305

1 Centre Street
19th Floor
New York, NY 10007

Metropolitan Republican Club

Address: 122 East 83rd Street, New York, NY 10028-0838 Telephone: 212-288-8606 Email: mail@metclubnyc.org


neighborhoods.nyc is a private-public partnership between the City of New York and Vizalytics Technology, Inc. It opens up government data so that it can be seen by the public. If you allow the website to "know" your Location or enter Murray Hill as the neighborhood, you will see information about traffic, transit, schools, complaints, etc. in Murray Hill.

You can sign up to get email or text notices of 311 service requests and other public information at citygram.nyc.

New York City Campaign Finance Board

100 Church Street
12th Floor
New York, NY 10007

Information for Voters, Candidates, explanation of the laws and rules.



New York City Department of Sanitation Digest of Codes

Call 311 or text 311-692 for complaints. Or visit their website: www.nyc.gov/sanitation

Poison Control Center call: 212-764-7667


Business owners are required to have proof of private carter service and must follow rules on when trash may be placed on sidewalks for collection. All trash must be placed out for collection as close to collection time as possible. If refuse is scheduled to be picked up after closing, merchants must place refuse outside within one hour of closing. If the collection service is performed during the business day, the refuse must be placed out for collection within two hours of collection time.

DOS rules also state that all cardboard must be flattened and secured with twine or placed in recycling containers or paper recycling bags. You may not use cardboard boxes as receptacles, even for flattened cardboard.


Related Document: digest.pdf

New York State Senator - Liz Krueger - 28th Senate District

Email: lkrueger@nysenate.gov


District office:

211 East 43rd Street
Suite 1201
New York , NY 10017

Phone: 212-490-9535

Fax: 212-499-2558


New York State Senator, 27th District - Brad Hoylman

Email: hoylman@nysenate.gov

Telephone: 212-633-8052


Legislative Office Building
Room 413,
Albany, NY 12247

District office:

322 Eighth Avenue
Suite 1700, New York
NY 10001

NYC Business Solutions Center

NYC Business Solutions Center provides free legal and financing advice, guidance on getting NYC licenses and permits, and free business workshops.

NYC Dog Laws

The most common dog laws in New York City are:

  • Dog license: Dogs living in NYC must have a license from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Licenses must be renewed annually. In addition to being licensed, guard and service dogs must be registered. You must report losses, thefts, and transfers of ownership of a guard dog within five days. Guard dogs must wear both a dog license tag and a guard dog tag issued by the City on their collar at all times.
  • Dog leash law: A person who owns or controls a dog may not allow it to be in any public place or in any open or unfenced field abutting a public place, unless the dog is effectively restrained by a leash or chain no more than six feet long.
  • Canine waste law: Each person who owns or controls a dog must remove any feces left by that dog on any sidewalk, gutter, street, or other public area and dispose of it in a legal manner. The person may remove the feces and carry them away with him/her for disposal in a toilet or their own litter basket. The feces may also be placed in a non-leaking sealed bag or container and deposited in a DSNY litter basket. The provisions of this law do not apply to a guide dog accompanying any blind person.
  • Animal nuisance law: Each person who owns or controls a pet shall not allow the animal to commit a nuisance on any public or private premises used in common by the public, or any area of a building abutting a public place.


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