The Geography of Jobs


    As part of our ongoing commitment to contextualize the city’s relationship with the region, DCP released a new report - The Geography of Jobs. Recognizing that NYC has, and is dependent upon, a regional ecosystem, this report analyzes recent employment, labor force and housing development trends and describes the changing geography of economic growth throughout our tri-state area.

2018 Zoning Handbook


    The Department of City Planning has published the 2018 Zoning Handbook. The newest edition includes easy-to-understand descriptions of zoning rules that guide physical development in the city, including changes since the last handbook was published in 2011. This practical guide helps the public understand zoning rules that govern our growing City and supports informed public participation in land use process.

Population FactFinder


    NYC Population FactFinder (PFF) has been completely rebuilt on an open source platform, allowing users to build population profiles for custom defined areas. Its fast intuitive design incorporates powerful features, including: expanded content, change over time, data visualizations, & shareable links. All profiles include data reliability guidance, giving users confidence to republish findings.

Community Portal

    NYC’s Community Portal is your gateway to data, maps, and other resources describing NYC's 59 community districts. Explore and download your community's district profile today!

NYC’s Redesigned Zoning & Land Use Map

    NYC's Zoning and Land Use map, ZoLa, has been redesigned from the ground up. It's now easier to research zoning regulations, find your property's zoning, and discover neighborhood proposals and City Planning initiatives. Built entirely on open data, the new ZoLa is 100% open source, works on any device, and allows you to save and share your research.

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Zoning Application Portal

DCP’s NEW beta Zoning Application Portal (ZAP) search allows the public to find current and historic information about Land Use applications.

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  • The Proposed 2018 Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan has been submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
  • The 2017 Consolidated Plan Annual Performance and Evaluation Report has been approved by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
  • DCP is pleased to announce it now accepts credit cards, as an alternative to paying by check or money order, when applicants pay their land use and CEQR fees. We accept Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover. You can pay either in person at our offices at 120 Broadway, over the phone or by fax.
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