DCWP is accepting in-person visits from customers with appointments only at our Manhattan and Queens locations. You must schedule an appointment to meet with a DCWP representative. For health and safety reasons, DCWP cannot serve walk-ins.
Local Law 87 of 2016 (LL 87) was signed into law by Mayor de Blasio on August 3, 2016 and came into full effect on December 31, 2017. The law repealed the existing licensing structure for laundries and replaced it with three new categories: retail laundry, industrial laundry, and industrial laundry
Today, the de Blasio administration filed a lawsuit against Ballyhoo Media, Inc. for repeatedly violating local laws by displaying Times Square-style billboards on a barge that travels daily along the Manhattan and Brooklyn waterfronts.
Stickers & scanable license plates will eventually replace often abused parking placards; City will roll out new technology, stiff penalties & dedicated enforcement that will help to eliminate fake placards, and a strict three-strike revocation policy for placard misuse. With transcript.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray announced that transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming New Yorkers can now affirmatively select a gender identity that more closely reflects to how they identify or express their gender on their IDNYC.
The annual Permitting and Licencing Report summarizes the Department's permitting and licensing activities from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018, as required by Local Law 2016/047 of the New York City Council.
Local Law 61 of 2017 requires a review of the feasibility of allowing online submission of applications for permits, licenses, and registrations issued by City agencies. The review also requires an evaluation of the feasibility of creating and maintaining a single web portal for this information.