The Cable Commission manages City Government Access TV on Cablevision channel 75 and Verizon channel 47. These channels cablecast the city government's programs, announcements, regularly scheduled Common Council, and Planning Board meetings.
The Department of Social Services is poised to meet these demands with an innovative holistic approach that combines job training, education, childcare, transportation and housing, and by initiating aggressive programs that lead to self-sufficiency.
Seeks to promote dignity and respect by advancing justice, equality and education for the diverse community of Westchester County. We will enforce Westchester County's Human Rights Law and Fair Housing Law.
The Department of Building is responsible for the enforcement of the ordinances of the City of White Plains and all applicable county and state laws which regulate the use and occupancy of private land and structures.
An agency of the city government which provides many essential services for city residents, institutional, business and communities,visitors and shoppers in a timely, environmentally conscious and cost effective manner.
Provides the various departments and agencies of the City of White Plains with all required materials, supplies, and equipment through sound purchasing techniques pursuant to New York State Municipal Law and the Charter of the City of White Plains.
Provide a decent, safe and affordable housing stock for our residents. In addition,strive to assure that Public Housing in White Plains is an integral element of the community fiber of the City. The quality of life for residents is our paramount concern. We endeavor to achieve this mission by a making sure the Authority is responsive to our residents needs, and operated in the most efficient manner possible.
A public benefit corporation authorized by Title 14, Article 15-B of New York State General Municipal Law to exercise certain powers to carry out urban renewal projects approved by the Common Council which conform to and promote the goals and objectives of the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
Provide children and youth ages 5 through 24, with the tools they need to become good citizens, and to the skills needed to become competent leaders of the 21st century. The Youth Bureau provides opportunities for today's youth to apply their energies and skills thus enabling them to believe in their futures and themselves.
Serves as an administrative and quasi-judicial body whose determinations can provide relief from strict or literal interpretation of the Zoning Ordinance that may cause unnecessary hardship on property owners. The Board decides applications for area and use variances and presides over appeals on decisions by an administrative official charged with the enforcement of the Zoning Ordinance.