DCP 2019 Paid Internships

New!

    We are currently accepting applications for our summer 2019 internship program!

    The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 25, 2019 so apply today…

Zoning Resolution

New!

    The Department of City Planning has launched a new online version of the Zoning Resolution. This enhanced interface is designed to be easier to read and use on all devices. It includes many new features such as quick links and improved search functions.

    
North Brooklyn Industry & Innovation Plan

    The North Brooklyn Industry & Innovation Plan, DCP’s largest study of an industrial area in decades, proposes strategies to update land use policy to support today’s businesses and grow a diverse and equitable 21st century economy.

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!

I Want to Know

City Council Charter Revision Commission Considers Land Use - Read Expert Testimony by DCP Officials and accompanying documents.

City Planning Commission

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.

Frequently Visited

Notice

  • The amended 2018 Consolidated Plan One-Year Action Plan has been submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
  • The PDF Document LIC Waterfront Design Guidelines are a set of principles and strategies intended to foster an overall sense of place and ensure the creation of a cohesive character for this evolving section of LIC. Each building developed along this key portion of the Waterfront should aspire to reflect the ‘industrial and creative character’ of Long Island City’s heritage, and be anchored by a dynamic network of publicly accessible open spaces. These guidelines seek to inform the process of establishing a distinct waterfront district connecting Queensbridge Park to Anable Basin that complements this unique neighborhood.