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.
Request emergency team materials, including Go-Kits, information sheets, first aid kits and more.
The DPW Parking Enforcement Management Administration provides for ticketing, towing, booting, impoundment and removal of abandoned and dangerous vehicles.
This map allows retailers to query more than 280 retail opportunities by size, neighborhood, timeframe and location.
DDOT provides approval and funding for transit services for select schools within the District.
Use our Seasonal Leaf Collection map to view the leaf collection progress in your neighborhood.
Street repairs can include damage or wear-and-tear to roadways in the District.
OTR has created this gateway to help tax practitioners easily find the information and services they need when serving their clients
DPW collects trash once or twice per week or large, bulky items by appointment.
DDOT ensures that all utility cuts are in compliance with the District's permitting guidelines and that public space is properly restored within District Standard Specifications to ensure safety.
Certain license categories can be verified using the business license verification system.
Current and former foster youth and their immediate birth family members who got separated in the District’s foster care system now have a way to find each other again.
DC Water operates a wastewater collection system comprised of "separate" and "combined" sewers. Since the early 1900's, sewers constructed within the District have been separate systems and no new combined sewer system (CSS) have been built.
A “hotspot” is a site where anyone with a computer or other device with Wi-Fi capability can come and browse the Internet for free using the District’s wireless network.
DPW collects up to five bags (per week) of yard waste from residences that receive DPW trash and recycling collection services.