City Planning Rules

The City Planning Rules are established by the City Planning Commission (the “Commission”) or the Department of City Planning (the Department), as may be applicable, pursuant to the City Administrative Procedure Act (Chapter 45 of the Charter New York City Charter), and have been adopted in accordance with Section 1043 thereof. The City Planning Rules are located in Title 62 of the Rules of the City of New York. The City Planning Rules include rules related to: the Practice and Procedure of the City Planning Commission, the Uniform Land Use Review Procedures, Fees and Contributions, City Coastal Commission Procedures, City Environmental Quality Review, Rules for the Processing of Plans Pursuant to Charter Section 197a, Rules for the Definition of Major Concessions, Upper West Side Enhanced Commercial District Rules and Rules for the Processing of Applications for Permitted Parking Pursuant to Section 93-82 of the Zoning Resolution.

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For more information about Rulemaking in New York City please visit the NYC Rules web site. There you can find a basic overview of New York City’s rulemaking process, notice of proposed rule changes, and the ability to comment on proposed rule changes during the statutorily required comment period, and the adopted rules.