Francisco P. Moya

Jan 2018 - Dec 2025
District 21 (Queens)


Committee on Civil Service and Labor
Committee on Finance
Committee on Hospitals
Committee on Land Use
Queens Delegation of the New York City Council
Subcommittee on COVID & Infectious Diseases (chair)
Subcommittee on Zoning and Franchises

Legislation (2024-2025 Session)

Council member Francisco P. Moya has introduced 34 bills in the current legislative session.

31 bills are in Committee , 2 bills are Laid Over in Committee , 1 bills are Withdrawn Street cleanliness grading system.
with 14 sponsors Maximum fines for illegal postings.
with 2 sponsors Prohibiting food vending under bridges, overpasses and elevated train structures and requiring the posting of signs near subway entrances and exits indicating that vending is prohibited within 10 feet.
with 3 sponsors Prohibiting the provision of probation services by for-profit companies.
with 5 sponsors Establishing a task force to examine labor issues related to neighborhood rezonings.
with 2 sponsors Requiring the DOE to report the number of individualized education programs that are translated.
with 3 sponsors Limiting nighttime illumination for certain buildings. Media in electronic emergency notifications.
with 2 sponsors Required notice for maintenance of a civil action against the city for damages or injuries sustained in consequence from unsafe conditions on streets, sidewalks or similar public spaces. Penalties for improper collection or disposal of waste by mobile food vendors.
with 3 sponsors Distribution of employer identification cards at construction sites.
with 3 sponsors Stop work order inspections of worksites with major renovations.
with 2 sponsors Requiring asbestos surveys and abatement after certain catastrophic events.
with 4 sponsors Requiring certain insurance filings with the dept of buildings. Assessing organizations and individuals who have been issued permits for the use of athletic fields and courts under the jurisdiction of the parks dept. Establishing a task force to study and report on training provided to members of the police department.
with 3 sponsors Requiring third-party food delivery services to agree to reimburse third-party food delivery workers for certain costs related to vehicle crashes that happen during deliveries.
with 6 sponsors Limiting the amount of sidewalk area that private property owners are responsible for maintaining.
with 2 sponsors Creation of a residential parking permit system in East Elmhurst.
with 2 sponsors Prohibiting dynamic pricing under the city’s bike share program.
with 4 sponsors Ferry service to Willets Point. Providing notice and an opportunity for comment before implementing a major traffic change.
with 2 sponsors Establishing maximum rates for the leasing, rental, lease-to-own and conditional purchase of for-hire vehicles.
with 2 sponsors Increasing oversight of certified asbestos investigators.
with 2 sponsors Specifying the sources and uses of federal funding required to be included in the database to track expenditure of COVID-19 funds.
with 3 sponsors Requiring that certain contact information be posted at work sites.
with 5 sponsors Requiring the police department’s property clerk to look for a claimant’s identification in seized property upon request.
with 4 sponsors Resources for cleanup and enforcement of dumping.
with 5 sponsors Increasing fines for the depositing of residential or commercial refuse into public litter baskets.
with 4 sponsors Equitable distribution of emergency funding by borough.
with 4 sponsors Limiting nighttime illumination for certain buildings.
with 16 sponsors Disclosure requirements for OSHA-authorized health and safety course offerings and an education and outreach campaign to raise awareness about fraudulent health and safety courses.
with 2 sponsors Licensing massage therapy businesses.
with 2 sponsors Establishing sanitary requirements for businesses that provide massage
with 2 sponsors

Sponsored Legislation

Council member Francisco P. Moya has sponsored 13 bills originally introduced by other Council members in the current legislative session. Translating the citizen’s air complaint program portal into the designated citywide languages.
Introduced by Alexa Avilés Qualifications of individuals to perform periodic inspection, test and maintenance fire and smoke dampers and smoke control systems.
Introduced by Pierina Ana Sanchez Establishing a website to request free COVID-19 rapid antigen tests and personal protective equipment.
Introduced by Mercedes Narcisse Installation of solar photovoltaic systems on city-owned property.
Introduced by Sandy Nurse Requiring the registration of vacant commercial and residential properties.
Introduced by Lincoln Restler Periodic inspections of gas piping systems, ordinary plumbing work, reestablishing the plumbing and fire suppression piping contractor license board, piping systems, emergency work, fire suppression piping work, and seizure.
Introduced by Pierina Ana Sanchez Limiting the parking of motor vehicles by dealers.
Introduced by Sandra Ung Street resurfacing timeline.
Introduced by Justin L. Brannan Adding a 311 complaint category for unlicensed cannabis retailers.
Introduced by Gale A. Brewer Requiring that every bicycle with electric assist, electric scooter and other legal motorized vehicle be licensed and registered.
Introduced by Robert F. Holden Building emissions calculations, adjustments and penalties.
Introduced by Linda Lee Records of the chief medical examiner that relate to work-related fatal injuries in the workplace, and to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to reporting on workplace fatalities.
Introduced by Carmen N. De La Rosa Mayor's Desk for Signature Naming of 100 thoroughfares and public places,
Introduced by Shekar Krishnan