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- Parking and Camera Violations
- Property Taxes by Electronic Funds Transfer (NYCeFile - Registration is required)
- Property Taxes as a Guest by eCheck, Credit/Debit Card (No registration required)
- Fire Prevention Permit or Inspection Fees (Fire Department - FDNY)
- Business and Excise Taxes by Electronic Funds Transfer (e-Services - Registration is required)
- Business and Excise Taxes as a Guest by eCheck, Credit/Debit Card (No registration required)
- Violations Adjudicated by the Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) (formerly ECB)
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The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings, adjudicates quality of life summonses issued by various City agencies.
The Department of Finance accepts payments for parking and camera violations issued by the City of New York.
Easy and convenient way to pay your parking violations with cash at 7-Eleven. Go to Pay Near Me, enter the violation number and be provided a barcode. Print or store the barcode on your mobile device. Go to a participating 7-Eleven store location, have the cashier scan the barcode and pay your violation in cash.
The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene issues violations to licensees that violate the New York City Health Code.
In some cases, HPD Heat and Hot Water violations may be eligible for payment in satisfaction of civil penalties. You can only pay online if you are enrolled in HPD e-Certification and the violation is eligible .
The Department of Consumer Affairs issues violations to licensees that violate the NYC Licensing Law, Consumer Protection Law, and Weights and Measures Law, among other laws and rules.
The Business Integrity Commission issues violations to regulated and unregulated trade waste haulers that violate Title 17, Chapter 1 of the City of New York Rules and Regulations.Back to top
The Department of Finance collects property taxes and other property-related charges. Charges that appear on your Property Tax Bill such as emergency repair charges and inspection and extermination fees can be paid through this website.
DOF is currently migrating to a new Business Tax platform. During this transition, we will gradually move all tax types to the new platform.
As of January 2016, you can pay Unincorporated Business Tax, General Corporation Tax, Banking Corporation Tax and NYC 1127 tax types on NYC e-Service.
Starting in January 2017, you will also be able to pay Commercial Rent, Hotel Room Occupancy, Utility (all three types), and E-911 tax types on NYC e-Service.
All remaining Business and Excise taxes will be paid here.
The CityPay Business and Excise Tax payment portal allows taxpayers to pay a variety if NYC business and excise tax bills by e-check or a major credit or debit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, or a signature debit card). Taxpayers enter the first 13 digits of the notice number and the zip code from their bill to determine the current balance due, then select their preferred payment method. A transaction confirmation is emailed to the payer upon submission.
The real property transfer tax is an excise tax imposed on grants, assignments, transfers, or surrenders of real property in New York City. If documentation is not filed within 30 days of the transfer, penalties and interest are applied.
Pay your property taxes using electronic funds transfer (EFT). Funds are withdrawn directly from your bank of choice.Back to top
Permits and Licenses
The Fire Department conducts various required fire prevention inspections. Fees for permits and/or inspections may be paid through this site.
Street Activity Permit Office permit applicants can pay their invoiced fees for special events prior to the issuance of their permit.
NYC Development Hub customers can pay initial filing, record management, fire suppression fees, and legalization civil penalties online prior to plan approval.
Right to Know permits are required for commercial, industrial, or public facilities that use, store, process, or handle any substance on New York City's list of hazardous substances at or above its threshold reporting quantity.
The Department of Consumer Affairs licenses businesses and individuals. Licensees must renew a license before it expires in order to continue operating.
Tattoo artists are required to be licensed by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and must take an infection control course and pass an exam. Tattoo licenses are valid for two years.
Dog owners must apply for and purchase a dog license from the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to comply with New York State law and the New York City Health Code.
TLC licensed drivers are eligible to renew their license every two years. Drivers must renew their license in order to continue driving a TLC licensed vehicle.
DOB NOW: Build customers can pay for initial filing fees, record management fees, PAA fees, and renewal fees.
DOB NOW: Safety customers can pay for filing fees and late filing fees.
eFiling customers can pay for initial filing fees, record management fees, and permit fees.
New York City Stationary Engineers and GC Safety Registration licensees can pay to renew their licenses.
DPR permit applicants can pay their invoiced fees for special events and athletic field requests prior to the issuance of their permit.
Film permit applicants can pay their invoiced fees prior to the issuance of their permit.
Film permit application fee.
The Mayor's Street Activity Permit Office (SAPO) issues permits for street fairs, festivals, block parties, farmers' markets, commercial/promotional and other events on the City's streets and sidewalks.
Hudson River Parks issues permits for Film/Photo, Special Events and Field Sessions.
DPR runs 19 summer camp programs citywide from July to August for children ages 6 to 13.
DPR issues tennis permits and renewal permits.
Special events permits from DPR are required for events/activities where twenty or more people will be present.
NYC Parks tree fund applicants can pay their tree fund or refundable tree fund invoices through this site.
The Trust for Governors Island offers several types of permits based event or activity type.
NYCHA's Parking Administration oversees the permit issuance process and the enforcement of parking rules and regulations at all of NYCHA's parking facilities.Back to top
Electrical firms can make account payments for inspection and completion fees associated with electrical work through this site.
The Fire Department conducts various required fire prevention inspections. Fees for permits and/or inspections may be paid through this site.Back to top
Courses and Certificates
New York City Certificate Of Fitness (COF) licensees can pay to renew their licenses.
Supervisors of food service establishments and non-retail food processing establishments can take a course online to receive their certification in food protection.
The NYC Health Academy provides training and courses to the public where certification is required by law to do certain jobs, such as tattoo artists, animal groomers, and supervisors of food service establishments.Back to top
Bills and Services
Revocable consents are required to install a structure on, under, or over a city street or sidewalk. They are generally granted for 10 years and may be renewed when they expire.
The Department of Citywide Administrative Services collects rent payments from tenants who rent City-owned properties. These payments may be made through this site.
NYC Development Hub customers can pay initial filing, record management, fire suppression fees, and legalization civil penalties required prior to plan approval through this site.
Property owners must pay water and sewer charges. New York City's water and sewer infrastructure is funded by revenue collected through water and sewer rates.
The City Record is the official journal of the City of New York. It is published each weekday, except legal holidays, and contains official legal notices produced by New York City agencies.
The Department of Citywide Administrative Services maintains the municipal civil service system and validates, administers, and rates competitive civil service exams.
DOHMH VitalChek birth/death/marriage certificates (birth certificates after 1909; death certificates after 1948; marriage certificates after 1929; Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)
DORIS NYC building photos, birth/death/marriage records (birth records prior to 1910; death records prior to 1949; marriage records prior to 1930; Department of Records and Information Services)
The Municipal Archives preserves and provides public access to the City's government records throughout its 400 year history. Vital records and historical photographs can be purchased through this site.
New York City parking cards, which buy parking time at the City's Muni meters, may be purchased through this site.
Carting companies must apply for a permit for each commercial refuse container temporarily placed on a city street.
Buildings with three or more dwelling units must be registered with HPD's Registration Assistance Unit. Building owners must register their buildings annually.
The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that facilitates innovative public-private partnerships throughout the five boroughs.
NYC Business Express is a website that makes it easier to start, operate, and expand a business in New York City. Business Express allows customers to apply for the M/WBE Certification Program, search property information, and pay Food Service Establishment Violations online
Building owners are required to file applications if they are doing asbestos abatement work in their building.
Remittance of funds owed to DFTA
IDNYC is the official New York City identification card. All NYC residents ages 14 and older who reside in the City's 5 boroughs are eligible to apply. If you already have a card, but it has been lost, stolen, or damaged you must pay a $10.00 replacement fee in order to apply for a new one.Back to top
CityStore is the Official store of the City of New York. CityStore is operated by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services. 100% of sales benefit the City of New York.Back to top