Connecting Our NYC Metro Veterans Community

This is a public listing of submitted events & resources, maintained as a nonprofit project of NYC Veterans Alliance.

  • Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 03:45 PM
    Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ

    A Fascinating Discussion with Dr. David Shulkin

    Secretary David Shulkin, the ninth Secretary of the US Department of Veterans Affairs, will share insights on January 30, 3:45-5:30pm, about his service to two very different Presidents and the current state of public service as he discusses his best selling book, It Shouldn’t Be This Hard To Serve Your Country.

    American veterans face a number of challenges in the country today - from chronic homelessness to mental health issues and PTSD to a chaotic and understaffed VA. While technology has evolved to keep up with the needs of the United States military, the same change and care for veterans are often regarded as lagging behind.

    Dr. David Shulkin, who served as the United States Secretary for Veteran’s Affairs in the Trump Administration from February 2017 until March 2018, and before that as Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Health in the Obama Administration, joins Rutgers for a candid discussion about the policy and politics of veterans’ affairs.
    Register here.
  • Tuesday, February 04, 2020 at 10:00 AM
    Bronx Borough Hall in Bronx, NY

    Notice of Property Value Sessions - Bronx

    Every January, the Department of Finance mails each property owner in New York City a Notice of Property Value (NOPV). NOPVs give you information about your property, including its assessed value, market value, exemptions, and property description. It is not a tax bill and does not require a payment.  

    During a Notice of Property Value Session, receive one-on-one assistance regarding your property taxes with the New York City Department of Finance and the Tax Commission on February 4, 10am-12pm. Understand your NOPV. Inquire about your market and assessed values. Change your property’s description. Save money on your property taxes by applying for exemptions.

    March 15 is the deadline to apply for exemptions. The City of New York offers tax exemptions and abatements for seniors, veterans, clergy members, people with disabilities, and other homeowners. These benefits can lower your property tax bill.

  • Tuesday, February 04, 2020 at 12:00 PM
    Senator Lanza’s District Office in Staten Island, NY

    Free Civil Legal Services for Veterans

    New York State Senator Andrew J. Lanza presents Free Civil Legal Services for Veterans, current service members and their families on February 4, 12-3:30pm (appointment only). The office will host pro bono attorneys from the New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG) for a series of one-on-one appointments.

    Legal Issues That Veterans Can Discuss With NYLAG: Veterans Benefits, Consumer Protection, Family Law, Housing Issues, Advance Planning, Public Benefits.

    To schedule an appointment, please contact NYLAG representative Isabelle Muhlbauer at 212-613-6526 or imuhlbauer@nylag.org.

  • Tuesday, February 04, 2020 at 01:00 PM
    Classic Car Club Manhattan in New York, NY

    Angry Americans Live with Paul Rieckhoff and Meghan McCain

    Join the exclusive live interview of Meghan McCain for the Angry Americans podcast with Paul Rieckhoff February 4, 1-3pm. 

    RSVP here.

  • Wednesday, February 05, 2020 at 10:00 AM

    Notice of Property Value Sessions - Manhattan

    Every January, the Department of Finance mails each property owner in New York City a Notice of Property Value (NOPV). NOPVs give you information about your property, including its assessed value, market value, exemptions, and property description. It is not a tax bill and does not require a payment.  

    During a Notice of Property Value Session, receive one-on-one assistance regarding your property taxes with the New York City Department of Finance and the Tax Commission on February 5, 10am-12pm. Understand your NOPV. Inquire about your market and assessed values. Change your property’s description. Save money on your property taxes by applying for exemptions.

    March 15 is the deadline to apply for exemptions. The City of New York offers tax exemptions and abatements for seniors, veterans, clergy members, people with disabilities, and other homeowners. These benefits can lower your property tax bill.

  • Thursday, February 06, 2020 at 10:00 AM
    Staten Island Borough Hall in Staten Island, NY

    Notice of Property Value Sessions - Staten Island

    Every January, the Department of Finance mails each property owner in New York City a Notice of Property Value (NOPV). NOPVs give you information about your property, including its assessed value, market value, exemptions, and property description. It is not a tax bill and does not require a payment.  

    During a Notice of Property Value Session, receive one-on-one assistance regarding your property taxes with the New York City Department of Finance and the Tax Commission on February 6, 10am-12pm. Understand your NOPV. Inquire about your market and assessed values. Change your property’s description. Save money on your property taxes by applying for exemptions.

    March 15 is the deadline to apply for exemptions. The City of New York offers tax exemptions and abatements for seniors, veterans, clergy members, people with disabilities, and other homeowners. These benefits can lower your property tax bill.

  • Thursday, February 06, 2020 at 10:00 AM
    NYPD Youth Community Center in Brooklyn, NY

    DVS 2020 Partner Convening

    NYC Department of Veterans Services hosts the 2020 Partner Convening on February 6, 10am-3pm. 

    They are convening community partners, including city, state, and federal agencies, veteran service organizations, advocates, and supporters to discuss their 2020 strategic plan and vision for supporting veterans and their families in the future.

    They plan to explore new ways to collaborate with their partners to best address the needs of the veteran community. The event will include breakout sessions focusing on: Methods of Engagement, Service Gaps, and Community Needs.

    A light lunch will be served.

    RSVP here.

  • Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 10:00 AM
    Queens Borough Hall in Kew Gardens, NY

    Notice of Property Value Sessions - Queens

    Every January, the Department of Finance mails each property owner in New York City a Notice of Property Value (NOPV). NOPVs give you information about your property, including its assessed value, market value, exemptions, and property description. It is not a tax bill and does not require a payment.  

    During a Notice of Property Value Session, receive one-on-one assistance regarding your property taxes with the New York City Department of Finance and the Tax Commission on February 11, 10am-12pm. Understand your NOPV. Inquire about your market and assessed values. Change your property’s description. Save money on your property taxes by applying for exemptions.

    March 15 is the deadline to apply for exemptions. The City of New York offers tax exemptions and abatements for seniors, veterans, clergy members, people with disabilities, and other homeowners. These benefits can lower your property tax bill.

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 10:00 AM
    Brooklyn Borough Hall in Brooklyn, NY

    Notice of Property Value Sessions - Brooklyn

    Every January, the Department of Finance mails each property owner in New York City a Notice of Property Value (NOPV). NOPVs give you information about your property, including its assessed value, market value, exemptions, and property description. It is not a tax bill and does not require a payment.  

    During a Notice of Property Value Session, receive one-on-one assistance regarding your property taxes with the New York City Department of Finance and the Tax Commission on February 12, 10am-12pm. Understand your NOPV. Inquire about your market and assessed values. Change your property’s description. Save money on your property taxes by applying for exemptions.

    March 15 is the deadline to apply for exemptions. The City of New York offers tax exemptions and abatements for seniors, veterans, clergy members, people with disabilities, and other homeowners. These benefits can lower your property tax bill.

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020 at 06:30 PM
    Salmagundi Club in New York, NY

    From There to Here Art Reception

    Attend a reception for "From There to Here" Veteran Art Exhibition on February 12, 6:30-8pm. Experience artwork from 30 amazing veteran artists, spanning WWII through to the present day conflicts. Also featuring performances from Exit12 Dance Company, led by Marine veteran Roman Baca, and poetry readings.

    RSVP here.

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