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311/NYC.gov Picture and Video Submission Program

The City of New York has launched a program that allows the public to submit still images and/or audio/video files of select conditions that occur in the City, by calling 311 or by visiting NYC.gov. See list of picture/video submission types below:

NYC.gov Picture/Video Program – to report a problem online, click on the appropriate form below, fill out the form, upload your pictures or video files and submit.

311 Picture/Video Program – to report a problem by phone, dial 311 to open a service request (SR), and provide your email address to receive the upload link. You can add pictures to the following types of 311 service requests:

  • Street and Sidewalk conditions such as potholes, parking meter problems, and damaged bus stop shelters.
  • Public park conditions, such as animals, maintenance or facility issues, and rules violation.
  • Consumer complaints, such as damaged/defective goods, false advertising, and prices/rates not posted.
  • Cable and public pay telephone complaints.
  • Health department conditions including food establishment complaints.
  • Public school maintenance issues.
  • Taxi complaints.

Frequently asked questions about using the 311 picture and video submission service and the NYC.gov picture and video submission service.

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