Property Manager - CALENDAR NYC

 

JANUARY 15 -

·     FINAL DEADLINE TO DISTRIBUTE FIRE SAFETY PLAN TO OCCUPANTS  ( UNLESS PREVIOUSLY DISTRIBUTED IN OCTOBER 2016)

 

Residential Fire Safety Guide and Notices

Fire Safety Plan: Part I - Building Information Section
Fire Safety Plan: Part II - Fire Emergency Information
Fire Safety Notice: 
Combustible Buildings                                  ---BUY NOW SIGN---
Fire Safety Notice: 
Non-Combustible Buildings                          ---BUY NOW SIGN---

 

  

·         FINAL DEADLINE TO DISTRIBUTE LEAD PAINT/WINDOW GUARD NOTICES.

            Windows guard / lead paint Notice - click here

 

·         DOF TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT VALUES AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC REVIEW

 

FEBRUARY 15.

·         DEADLINE FOR CO-OP TAX BENEFIT CHANGE AND CONDO PROPERTY TAX RENEWAL

·         FEBRUARY 15 DEADLINE FOR TENANT RESPONSE TO WINDOWS GUARDS/LEAD PAINT NOTICES

·         LOCAL LAW 11/98: FACADE CYCLE 7 ENDS AND CYCLE 8 BEGINS

  

March 1st 

 NOTIFY DOHMH IN WRITING ABOUT NON-Responsive TENANTS TO WINDOW GUARDS FORM REQUEST

 Local Law 57 of 2011 authorizes HPD to issue violations for failure to install proper window guards, and to seek penalties for noncompliance.  The window guard law also requires owners to send an annual notice to tenants of multiple dwellings (buildings of 3 or more apartments) to determine if window guards are required

 

March 1st

DEADLINE TO CHALLENGE DOF click Here

 

March 15th -

File application for Star - Click Here

 

March 15th

Deadline to challenge DOF Assessed Value Tax for class 1 properties  click Here

 

May 1

2016 LL84 Benchmarking due

The NYC Benchmarking Law requires owners of large buildings to annually measure their energy and water consumption in a process called benchmarking. The law standardizes this process by requiring building owners to enter their annual energy and water use in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) online tool, ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager® (opens in new window) and use the tool to submit data to the City. This data informs gives building owners about a building's energy and water consumption compared to similar buildings, and tracks progress year over year to help in energy efficiency planning.

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May 25

Final Tax Assessment roll Published

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May 31

Save Money- Turn Off the heat. .

Heat and hot water are required to be provided for all tenants (although based on your lease you may be required to pay for gas, fuel, or electricity to run heating equipment).

Property owners are required to provide hot water 365 days per year at a constant minimum temperature of 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

Between October 1st and May 31st, a period designated as "Heat Season," property owners are also required to provide tenants with heat under the following conditions:

 

 

·         Between the hours of 6:00 AM and 10:00 PM, if the outside temperature falls below 55 degrees, the inside temperature is required to be at least 68 degrees Fahrenheit; and,

·         Between the hours of 10:00 PM and 6:00 AM, if the temperature outside falls below 40 degrees, the inside temperature is required to be at least 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

To see if there are any open heat and hot water violations on your building or to check the status of your heat and hot water complaint, visit HPDONLINE.

NYC Code click Here

 

June:

 

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July 31st

Annual Water & sewer Payment Due

 

July 31st

Annual registration with HCR For Rent regulated Apartments  

 

August 31

 Multi dwelling report registration

Complete registration Property Form and Pay 13 dollar fee do Department of Finance.

After Your Property Is Registered-After HPD receives your form and payment, HPD will notify you by mail or email. All notifications will be sent to the address of the managing agent identified on the form or to the owner if the owner is the manager. If you do not receive a receipt or a correction form within 2-4 weeks of submitting your form, you can check using HPDONLINE or through your PROS account to verify whether you validly registered.  Contact the Registration Assistance Unit if you have questions or concerns regarding corrections or questions.

Failure to Register

Buildings without valid property registration are subject to civil penalties of $250-$500, may be issued Orders, and will be ineligible to certify violations, request a Code Violation Dismissal, or initiate a court action to recover possession of the premises for nonpayment of rent.

 

Read More About How to register you Property With HPD Here