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OneNYC 2050

OneNYC 2050 is a strategy to secure our city's future against the challenges of today and tomorrow. With bold actions to confront our climate crisis, achieve equity, and strengthen our democracy, we are building a strong and fair city. Join us.

Coming soon! Check back next week when the full OneNYC 2050 strategic plan is released.

Read the OneNYC 2015 report

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The City of New York is the first major U.S. city to commit to divesting from fossil fuels. True or False?


In the coming years we will deepen our efforts and fight every day to ensure that our planet, our economy, and our city are fair, livable, and sustainable so that every New Yorker, in every zip code, can thrive.

Mayor Bill de Blasio
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In New York City, what fell between 2014 and 2017?

Major index crimes
Jail population
Traffic fatalities
All of the above

New York City is standing up for future generations by becoming the first major US city to divest our pension funds from fossil fuels.

Mayor Bill de Blasio
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How many affordable apartments and homes has the City financed since 2014?

Less than 500
Over 87,500
Almost 75,000
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Since the Pre-K for All expansion in 2014, the number of children in free, full-day pre-K has:

Remained the same
Slightly Increased

Housing is the number one expense in New Yorkers’ lives. We’re bringing that expense down by putting shovels in the ground, and putting keys in tenants’ hands. There is more help than ever to fight eviction, freeze your rent or find an affordable home – and we want New Yorkers to reach it.

Mayor Bill de Blasio

We believe that high quality, full day pre-K is a huge difference maker. We believe when you see what is going on with these children, how fast they're learning, and how engaged they are, and how much they work together – it's a reminder of what this does for each and every child.

Mayor Bill de Blasio
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Since 2014, the City has increased solar installations


NYC Ferry is a transit success story. It’s reducing commuting times for hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers and bringing direct access to jobs, schools, parks and cultural institutions to the doorstep of our most underserved neighborhoods.

Mayor Bill de Blasio