On July 24, 2023, DCWP launched a new system to replace its prior online services and provide additional features for businesses, consumers, and workers. Note: If you had an online account with DCWP before July 24, 2023, please use the same email address you provided DCWP. This will allow you to link your business records to the new system. Read Online Services - FAQs.
Through equitable enforcement and by helping to resolve complaints, DCWP supports businesses and strives to create a culture of compliance.
Received a summons, settlement letter, or other legal DCWP correspondence? Resolve DCWP issues as soon as possible to avoid further penalties.
Received a violation? Need to pay fees for an inspection? Learn how to pay fines and fees.
DCWP tests the accuracy of all weighing and measuring devices (e.g., scales) used by retail and service establishments such as supermarkets, bodegas, jewelry stores, and laundries; as well as airport scales. We also test fuel trucks. Learn more about scale and fuel truck inspections.
If a consumer files a complaint against you, our mediators will listen to both sides to help resolve complaints. Learn more about how to handle consumer complaints.
DCWP licenses more than 45,000 businesses in more than 40 industries. Learn more about our licensing services.