Noisy neighbors, apartment maintenance were New Yorkers’ top 311 complaints over last two decades, data shows


What have been New Yorkers’ top inquiries and service requests to the city’s 311 service over the past two decades?

According to new data released by Mayor Eric Adams and his chief technology officer, Matthew Fraser, on Thursday, the top 311 inquiry over the past 20 years was noise from a neighbor and the top service request was to the city Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) for apartment maintenance — clocking in at 2,218,794 inquires and 7,418,404 requests respectively.