MOLA supports DC government agencies and Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) serving Latino constituents by providing quality control of written communications in Spanish.
Helps settle complaints of unlawful discrimination.
The Juvenile Firesetter's Intervention Program is a four week intervention program which services children between the ages 2-17 who have exhibited fire related behavior.
The Language Access (LA) Program exists to ensure District residents who are limited (LEP) or non-English proficient (NEP) are afforded equal access to information and services provided by District government agencies.
Technical assistance and guidance on providing language assistance to Asian and Pacific Islanders.
Fund programs that provide services to the District’s LGBTQ residents
Training is provided on topics that include Cultural Competency, Public Education and more.
DPW maintains a customer service phone line for residents or visitors wishing to locate their towed vehicle.
Medicaid helps pay for medical services for low-income and disabled people.
Contact MORCA for access to the Districts' range of Mental Health/Substance Abuse services.
Frequently requested green services from recycling to rodents.
The Office of the Real Property Tax Ombudsman, established by the FY 2015 Budget Support Act of 2014, is located in the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services.
Every resident lives in a Police Service Area (PSA), and every PSA has a team of police officers and officials assigned to it. Each police district has between seven and nine PSAs. There are a total of 56 PSAs in the District of Columbia.
The District's standard is to repair potholes within three days of reporting.
Residents can find information about more than 170,000 properties in DC by typing in a property address or a square, suffix and lot number. Search the Real Property Finder.
Review information and services available for tax assessments, exemptions, payment and relief.
Search the Recorder of Deeds database of document images and index information.
The Recorder of Deeds, an administration in the Office of Tax and Revenue, is the official repository of all land records and general public instruments for the District of Columbia.
Providing a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy.
Request emergency team materials, including Go-Kits, information sheets, first aid kits and more.