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In order to raze a building, the property owner or contractor must first get a raze permit from the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) in order to disconnect utilities and gain further regulatory approvals.

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Permit Description

A temporary structure on private property used for the purpose of selling legal fireworks (seasonal permit)

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How to Order
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Third Party Inspection and Plan Review
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Project X is a pilot initiative to make expedited plan reviews more accessible, affordable, and convenient for customers.

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Boiler Inspection Information
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How do I apply for a position on a board or commission?
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Chapter 1400 of Title 24, District of Columbia Municipal Regulations (DCMR) sets forth regulations related to the process of closing streets and alleys. When an application is filed, the following information is required:

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The Vacant Building division's concerted efforts and their results (Abatements, Inspections, Vacant, Blighted and Exempted properties) in each ward of the city are shown in the charts in the Vacant Building Reports.

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Welcome to the Green Building Division at the the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA). The goal of this website is to improve compliance with the District's Green Building Codes and laws through green building trainings, educational resources and interactive tools.

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Read about the 2012 Code Change Cycle.

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Any person or group may submit a petition to the Construction Codes Coordinating Board (CCCB) to amend the DC Construction Codes (Title 12 of the DCMR).

The CCCB may refer a code change petition to one of the Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs) for review and comment.

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