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5/11/17 - IMPORTANT NOTICE......NYCSTREETS NEW FEATURE......IMPORTANT NOTICE....NYCSTREETS NEW FEATURE
BI-DIRECTIONAL COMMUNICATION HAS LAUNCHED IN NYCSTREETS PERMIT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. IF YOU RECEIVE A REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, YOU ARE NOW REQUIRED TO UPLOAD ANY REQUESTED DOCUMENTS OR RESPOND TO ANY QUESTIONS DIRECTLY IN THE APPLICATION WITHIN 7 DAYS OR YOUR APPLICATION WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE DENIED. WHEN YOU RECEIVE A EMAIL REQUESTING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, READ IT IN ITS ENTIRETY FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO UPLOAD OR RESPOND TO COMMENTS IN YOUR APPLICATION.  DO NOT SEND DOCUMENTS TO CONSTRUCTIONPERMITS@DOT.NYC.GOV
***IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING NEW INSURANCE REQUIREMENT***: Effective immediately, all permittees are required to provide copies of their Commercial General Liability insurance policy’s Additional Insured Endorsement when they renew their liability insurance with DOT. This is in addition to the Certificate of Insurance and Certification by Broker that permit applicants must already supply. (see http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/additonal-insured-endorsements-sample.pdf for examples )   Please be advised that the insurance requirements are not changing. The agency requires this additional documentation to ensure that permitttees have procured compliant insurance that properly makes the City additional insured on their insurance policies.   If you have questions, please contact the Permit office via email at constructionpermits@dot.nyc.gov . 
Any construction work occurring in the street near a tree may require a permit from the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation. For more information go to http://www.nycgovparks.org/services/forestry/tree-work-permit.
Work Zones & ADA Compliance: NYCDOT has a strong commitment to ensuring pedestrian accessibility within the public right of way. Please review informational document at http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/work-zones-ada-compliance.pdf and ensure that all work is conducted in accordance with local, State and Federal standards to maintain an accessible path of travel.