1. What is the Consumer Protection Unit (CPU) and what does it do?
This type of permit is an extension or increase in the building area, aggregate floor area, number of stories, or height of a building or structure.
Any construction or renovation to an existing structure, to include space reconfiguration, replacement in kind, repairs etc.
To install , replace or repair devices and their accessory structures used to transmit or receive communication signals, to include radio or television signals.
Information on how to satisfy a Stop Work Order.
Information coming soon.
An architectural projection that provides weather protection for the purposes of decoration and it supported by the building for which it is attached.
DC Construction code requires every assembly occupancy (to include but not limited to buildings or structures used for civic, social or religious functions) to display the maximum occupancy load of a room or space.
The purpose of the Certificate of Occupancy (C of O) is to ensure that the use of building, structure or land in the District of Columbia conforms to the Zoning Regulations, DCMR Title 11, and to the provisions of the DC Building Code, DCMR Title 12A.
This permit is required to accompany a DDOT sidewalk café. This permit must be renewed annually.
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education’s (OSSE) Access to Quality Child Care Expansion Grant (AQCCE), also known as A2Q Grant, provides capital and capacity building support for the expansion of new infant and toddler spaces in the District.
Corporations Division of Department of Consumer & Regulatory Affairs can provide general information including corporate registration requirements.
This permit is needed in order to sell Christmas trees during the holiday season.