The Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) Resource Locator shows locations of services and resources available to returning citizens of the District of Columbia.
Outreach and case assistance for AAPI community groups, residents, and merchants.
Outreach services to help Latino residents gain access to vital programs.
DYRS provides a safe environment for youth consistent with public safety.
Offers CPR training to members of the community under the American Heart Association guidelines.
You can request curb and gutter repairs by calling the Mayor's Citywide Call Center at 311 or completing a service request online using the District government's
Manage DC One Card associated services from a single location.
View payments made by the District of Columbia Government to vendors.
Information on the type of services that DC YouthLink provides.
DPW collects dead animals from public spaces only – the sidewalk, street or alley. We do not go on private property to remove a dead animal. If you see a dead animal in public space, please contact 311 to open a service request to have it removed.
Developers that enter into CBE Agreements with the District on private projects are required to subcontract at least 35 percent of the project’s adjusted budget to CBEs.
We periodically issue solicitations for real estate development partners and services.
An alphabetic listing of LGBTQ organizations in DC.
This information may be searched, sorted, viewed and downloaded in either CSV or XML formats.
Steps required to obtain a District driver's license, including tests and documentation.
Vendors must submit DC Government invoices electronically.
MORCA helps returning residents through the job application process.
Emergency psychiatric services available twenty-four hours a day/seven days a week.
Explore employment and internship opportunties with us.
Apply for certification and licensing for air pollution, hazardous substances, water quality.