NYC Mayor's Office

NYC Mayor's Office


Tweeting live from the greatest city hall in the world. Team @NYCMayor. Here to #GetStuffDone for the Bronx, Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan.

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NOW OPEN: Today we celebrated the opening of the @museumbroadway ! Broadway is the cultural heart and soul of New York City. Over the years, it has pushed creative boundaries and challenged social norms. Now, that rich history has a place to call home for years to come.

Great news to start the new year: Our city received 56.4 million visitors in 2022! That number represents a 71% increase from 2021, millions of dollars in economic activity and thousands of jobs for New Yorkers.

New York's Bravest work as a team every single day no matter what call comes in. The Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Kwame Cooper, will ensure all members and every firehouse is a productive environment for our selfless heroes to save lives.

Live out loud — never in fear. NYC has your back. Always.

City leaders brief the press on today’s winter weather. Watch the full presser here:

It's officially New Year's Eve! If you're traveling in Manhattan, remember there are street restrictions all over. Some are already in effect, so check out the map below and plan accordingly.

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LITERALLY on the ground. Volunteer lawyers are working pro-bono on a Saturday preparing habeus corpus petitions for detainees at JFK.

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BREAKING: NYC sticks with Paris agreement, despite Trump.

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We’re expanding free meals to EVERY New Yorker! Over 400 @NYCSchools  locations offer three free meals Monday to Friday. Kids pick up 7:30 am—11:30 am. Adults pick up 11:30 am—1:30 pm. Text ‘NYC FOOD’ or ‘NYC COMIDA’ to 877-877 to find a location.

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Trans people are not a disruption. Trans people are not a disruption. Trans people are not a disruption. Trans people are not a disruption.

BREAKING: @NYCMayor  announces a new digital billboard campaign in five Florida markets denouncing the hateful #DontSayGay  law and inviting Floridians to move to New York.

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