DRIE Forms

Disability Rent Increase Exemption (DRIE) Forms

The 2018 application forms for the Rent Freeze Program for seniors and people with disabilities (SCRIE and DRIE) are now available.

How to Apply

Download and submit the appropriate form from the list below.

  • New applicants: Use the DRIE initial application.
  • Renewing applicants: Use the DRIE renewal application or, if you have been in the program for five or more consecutive benefit periods, the short-form renewal application.
  • To update your information or take other actions: Choose the appropriate document from the "Other applications and forms" list.
Translations, large print, and fillable forms are coming soon!

How to Get Help

Contact us, call 311, or visit a Department of Finance Business Center.

Use this application if you are applying for DRIE for the first time.

Complete Initial Application Packet - Contains Pre-Qualifying Checklist, Instructions, Application, Submission Checklist, Income Worksheet and Frequently Asked Questions.
Large Print Complete Initial Application Packet.
Translations coming soon.

Initial Application - Application only.
Translations coming soon.

Use this form if you have not been approved for DRIE for at least five consecutive benefit periods.

DRIE Renewal Universal Application Packet - Contains Pre-Qualifying Checklist, Instructions, Application, Submission Checklist, Income Worksheet and Frequently Asked Questions.
Large Print DRIE Renewal Universal Application Packet.
Translations coming soon.

DRIE Renewal Universal Application - Application Only

Use this form if you have been approved for DRIE for at least five consecutive benefit periods.

Renewal Application
Large Print Renewal Application.
Translations coming soon.

 

 




If you need help accessing Department of Finance (DOF) programs and services or need more time because of a disability or physical or mental impairment, you can request additional time to file or obtain other assistance.


To request more time or other assistance, you may call 311, write to DOF, visit the Rent Freeze Program Office at 66 John Street, 3rd Floor, New York, N.Y., Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or complete a "Request for an Extension of Time Due to a Disability or Physical or Mental Impairment." This form is also available by contacting 311. You may need to submit medical documentation supporting your request.

If an extension of time or other request for assistance is approved, you will need to submit all renewal documents and meet all of the program's eligibility requirements.