Complaints about homeless on the street have skyrocketed since Mayor de Blasio came into office — with calls to the 311 hot line jumping 127 percent, the most recent stats reveal.
Overall complaints stood at 29,159 in 2015, compared with 12,848 in 2013, the last year Mayor Mike Bloomberg was in office.
Calls over street encampments — which de Blasio recently boasted had been all but eliminated — have also skyrocketed since 2014, with 311 calls on the subject jumping 93 percent, from 3,045 in 2013 to 5,877 in 2015, city data reveal.
Just last week, de Blasio referred to the encampment problem as resolved.
The number of complaints from homeless people has also steadily increased. In 2013, the number of 311 complaints about shelter conditions stood at 8,629, city records revealed. In 2014, it rose to 9,077. And last year, it shot up to 12,319.