New York City Mayor Contact Information, Emergency Contact Details

New York City is one of the largest metropolitan cities in the United States. It is the financial centres of the US, famous for various things. The Current Mayor of New York City is Bill de Blasio who is leading the city. If you are interested in sending any suggestions, feedback or complaints, please contact specific department or officer instead of contacting NYC Mayor. The Mayor of New York City can be contacted at City Hall, located in the city of New York.

As of now, we do not have his personal contact number of phone number. If you have concern or want to send something useful, a valuable suggestion, please see the below contact details of NYC Mayor.

NYC City Hall
NYC City Hall

NYC Mayor Contact Details

The official website of the Mayor of the city of New York suggest you to send all your requests in writing to the office address. The Mayor of New York City enjoys good executive powers and also has responsibilities. The contact details of NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio is given below:

Mayor Bill de Blasio
The Mayor of New York City
City Hall
New York NY 10007
Phone Number: 311 or 212-NEW-YORK outside NYC

Emergency Assistant

If you are looking for emergency assistant from the mayor, please call 911 instead to get help. To send an email, please use this webform.

Press Office / Media Enquiries

If you are from media house including newspaper reporter, online journalist, or freelancer, please send your query to or call on (212) 788-2958. Please note that, this phone number and email address only applicable to the media persons / press.

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Social Media Contacts and Pages (Verified Only)

The Mayor of New York City operates the following social media accounts / pages. All the following accounts, handles, and pages are verified with tick-mark except YouTube channel. Do not worry about that YouTube channel as this link is mentioned in their official website.

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Article first published on March 22, 2020.

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