A permit is required for filming or related activities in DC public space.
Residents and contractors who wish to plant, prune, or remove a tree within the public right of way must obtain permission from the Urban Forestry Administration.
To add, replace, remodel or repair fuel-burning or unfired pressure vessel equipment such as furnaces or boilers, you must apply for a boiler permit. There are three different types of boiler permits:
Get information and applications for certification and licensing across several environmental issues, including air pollution, hazardous substances and water quality.
Use the online form to submit a formal complaint to ABRA regarding alleged violations at an ABC establishment.
On behalf of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), which regulates parking in the District, DMV issues permits for special parking privileges to those who qualify.
Effective June 2010, the Tour Guide license is now regulated by the Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration.
For more information on Tour Guide licensing, click here.
Residents or contractors who wish to plant, prune or remove a tree within the Public Right-of-Way must first obtain permission from DDOT's Urban Forestry Administration (UFA).
DDOT offers parking for guests, contractors and short term visitors to the District.
The removal of public or private property trees at least 55 inches in circumference, which is equivalent to 17.51 inches in diameter, requires a Special Tree Removal Permit.
The following pages include directions to several neighborhoods, major attractions, nearest Metrorail stops (METRO) and available parking for motorcoaches in Washington, DC.
Learn more about District vehicle registrations and reciprocity stickers.
You can check to see if an insurance, securities, or financial institution is licensed with our agency before conducting any transactions. You can also check the status of an institution or a financial representative.
Annual visitor’s parking passes allow your guests to park on RPP blocks in your community; including sides of streets with Resident Only RPP protection.