Elevator Escalator Safety Awareness Week
Students at PS 9 Ryer Avenue Elementary School in the Bronx helped us kick off
our eighth annual National Elevator Escalator Safety
Awareness Week. Experts from the
Department's Elevators Unit - along with the Safety Kat
mascot - taught second and third graders to ring, relax and wait if they ever get stuck in an elevator. This month, we're taking our safety message to more than
1,700 students in 11 schools across the
Faster Approvals for Major Projects
Plans for new projects are pouring into the NYC Development Hub, a state-of-the-art plan review center where we're accelerating the construction approval process by accepting digital plans for the first time.
Learn if Your Job is Eligible
New Buildings Bulletins
2011-022 prohibits cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) and epoxy spray pipe lining repairs.
2011-021 addresses chlorinated polyvinyl chloride (CPVC) for water recycling distribution piping systems.
Construction Codes Updates
Simplified Pre-filing +
Plumbers + Electricians Eligible
Register for eFiling
Assistance at 280 Broadway
Penalties for Noncompliance
Cranes + Derricks
How to Obtain an AHV
Green Roof + Solar
Filing Tax Abatement Jobs
Elevator Filing Fees
Energy Code Training
Six Training Modules
ECCCNYS by NYSERDA
Free Plan Review
Hearings + Rules
Electrical Code Vios
Hearing 12/1 @ 10am
FDNY Connection Regs
Hearing 12/2 @10am
Expired Permit Vios
Rule Effective 12/10
New York City offers energy rebates for new construction or renovated properties. For example, the Industrial and Commercial Abatement Program (ICAP) gives real property tax abatements for up to 25 years.
Visit Business Express or call 311 and ask about ICAP, the Energy Cost Savings Program
and the Lower Manhattan Energy Program.