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POSTED 4/1/2020:
COVID STIPULATION The permittee is responsible to comply with all laws, rules, and regulations, including but not limited to orders by New York State and New York City related to construction, and specifically the New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Executive Order No. 202.6, the Guidance on Executive Order 202.6 published by the New York State Department of Economic Development d/b/a Empire State Development, and Building Bulletin 2020-004 issued by the New York City Department of Buildings, as well as any modifications thereto.
POSTED 3.24.2020 
NYCDOT’s Office of Construction Mitigation and Coordination (OCMC) recently received multiple inquiries regarding the issuance of construction permits and the impact of the State’s and the City’s executive orders related to in-person restrictions.
  At this time (March 24, 2020), OCMC will continue to receive and process online permit applications. However, whether or not OCMC issues a permit, the contractor is responsible to comply with all laws, rules, and regulations, including orders by the State and the City related to in-person restrictions or applicable exceptions for “essential business and entities.”   In addition, there is no change to NYCDOT’s requirements that permittees obtain all other applicable permits from other governmental agencies or authorities.
IMPORTANT NOTICE...PLEASE READ....IMPORTANT NOTICE
POSTED 3.17.2020  COVID-19 Emergency- New Mandatory ProceduresEffective Wednesday, March 18, 2020, the NYC DOT Office of Permit Management & Office of Construction Control & Mitigation will limit interaction with the public until further notice and implement the following mandatory procedures:  https://www1.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/permits-procedures-change-coronavirus-emergency.pdf
POSTED 12/10/19 -  119- PAVE STREET PERMIT  - STIPULATION REVISION: 1/2 + 5' - THE PERMITTEE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MILLING AND PAVING 1/2 + 5 FT OF THE ROADWAY TO A DEPTH OF 3 INCHES AS A MINIMUM RESTORATION REQUIREMENT. THE PERMITTEE IS REQUIRED TO EMAIL THE NYC DOT HIQA BORO OFFICE A MINIMUM OF 4 HOURS PRIOR TO PAVING. (MN – Manhattanbpp@dot.nyc.gov) (BKLYN – Brooklynbpp@dot.nyc.gov) (QNS – Queensbpp@dot.nyc.gov) (BX – Bronxbpp@dot.nyc.gov) (SI – Statenislandbpp@dot.nyc.gov). AT THE REQUEST OF THE BORO ROADWAY REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OFFICE, THE PERMITTEE MAY BE REQUIRED TO RESTORE A LARGER AREA OF THE ROADWAY IF STIPULATED SEPARATELY HEREIN 
POSTED 8/16/19 - UPDATE TO APPLICATION FOR PERMITS 
Effective August 28, 2019  the online application for permits, as well as the paper Application for Roadway/Sidewalk Permit(s) form was updated to capture Pedestrian Ramp/Corner Quadrant data.  Please discard any old paper applications and use the new form when applying for permits in person or uploading to NYCStreets.  You can download a copy of the new application form here:  http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/permapp.pdf      More information regarding pedestrian ramps/corner quadrants can be found here: 
https://www.nycpedramps.info/sites/default/files/2018-08/ContractorBrochure.pdf
POSTED 5/10/19 *** IMPORTANT NOTICE***
New Bicycle Lane Stipulation Changes are starting Monday, May 13, 2019.  For detailed information on these changes visit: https://www1.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/bike-mpt-guidelines.pdf
POSTED 1/14/19 - NEW ITEM IN NYCSTREETS SYSTEM - CARSBeginning 1/14/19, logged in permittees will be able to protest Corrective Action Requests and also pay for Corrective Action Request bills.
PLEASE VISIT THE STREET WORKS MANUAL WWW.STREETWORKSMANUAL.NYC  ALL PERMIT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES, FORMS AND APPLICATIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE!! 
***12/5/17 UPDATE: IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING INSURANCE REQUIREMENT***: CERTIFICATE OF LIABILITY INSURANCE (COI) HAS BEEN UPDATED.  SAMPLE OF LATEST VERSION OF COI CAN BE FOUND HERE: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dot/downloads/pdf/insurancecert.pdf 
When updating General Liability insurance, all permittees must provide copies of their General Liability insurance policy’s Additional Insured Endorsements (CG 20 37 04 13 & CG 20 26 04 13) or equivalent. 
 The Name of Additional Insured Person(s) or Organization(s) should read: The City of New York, including its officials and employees.
Location And Description of Completed Operations should read: All Locations as per NYCDOT permits.  These forms are in addition to the Certificate of Insurance and Certification by Broker that permit applicants must already supply. 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 . 
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.  
FYI**FYI**Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Noise Mitigation Notice ** FYI**FYI
As of May 5, 2018, all Noise Mitigation Plans must now be made publicly available on the DEP website as per Local Law 10 of 2018. The DEP has new fillable forms that must be emailed to the DEP.  Note, these forms must still be made publicly available at the work site by conspicuously posting the plan. The on-line forms are printable for you to post as well as submit to DEP by e-mail.  For more info and/or to submit a Noise Mitigation plan, visit the DEP website: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/html/noise/construction-noise.shtml  If you have any questions, please contact the DEP directly.

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 .
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POSTED 1/10/2019 - Government/Capital Projects:  Please be advised, if you need any assistance regarding your Government Contract/Capital Project Permits or have any questions, concerns or complaints, please send an email directly to governmentcontracts@dot.nyc.gov