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Reports and Archives

Historical Reports, Press Releases, and Minutes

Browse annual reports from 1857 through 1934, press releases from 1934 through 1970, and minutes and documents from 1859 to 1930.


Progress Reports


NYC Parks Report on Progress 2014-2016

Read about NYC Parks' plans to bring the benefits of parks and public spaces to more New Yorkers than ever before.

2013 Annual Report

There's so much more to explore in our parks. Find out in the Go Park: 2013 Annual Report.

2008/2009/2010 Report

Read about the services and ideas developed and advanced from the beginning of fiscal year 2008 through the end of fiscal year 2010 in the 2008/2009/2010 Triennial Report.

2006-2007 Biennial Report

Read about Parks' initiatives and Mayor Bloomberg's PlaNYC vision in the 2006-2007 Parks' Biennial Report.

2004-2005 Biennial Report

Read about the accomplishments of the Department of Parks & Recreation in the 2004-2005 Parks' Biennial Report.

2002-2003 Biennial Report

2002-2003 Parks' Biennial Report detailing eight seasons of progress at Parks.

1998-1999 Biennial Report

1998-1999 Parks' Biennial Report detailing the goals and achievements at Parks.

Publications and Releases

The Daily Plant Archive

The Plant was a daily newsletter produced by Parks that provided information on our past initiatives, activities, and events.

Media Advisories Archive

Archive of Media Advisories.

Park Maintenance Reporting (Local Law 98 of 2015)

Every year, NYC Parks staff expend extraordinary time and effort to keep our parks safe, attractive, and functional for the public. As per Local Law 98 of 2015, we are now compiling an annual report showing how that effort is distributed across our parks. The 2016 report includes only the 100 largest parks, and the work of sector and borough staff. The 2017 report, and all future reports, include every park, as well as the costs of work orders completed by our tradespeople and specialized crews. We hope this additional transparency can further public understanding of some of the maintenance efforts that parks receive. It has already helped us to improve our own understanding of where our data processes can improve and we look forward to producing increasingly useful reports with this data.

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