Middle and high school students can get their DC One Cards at school.
Connect.DC works to bridge this digital divide by making technology easier to use and access.
DC GIS, under the OCTO Digital Services program, provides the public a 'one-stop shop' for geospatial data.
Manage DC One Card associated services from a single location.
The DC Office of Zoning (DCOZ) is proud to introduce a new and improved comprehensive zoning map for the District of Columbia.
DC-Net provides fully dedicated and symmetrical Internet service at download/upload speeds of 10 Mbps to 1 Gbps.
Find a variety of maps and online applications developed by the Office of the Chief Technology Officer in coordination with other District agencies.
Steps OCTO personnel should take to protect themselves.
Learn about DC data catalog, feeds, agency reports, Citywide Data Warehouse (CityDW), and find DC locations using OneCityMap.
Every resident lives in a Police Service Area (PSA), and every PSA has a team of police officers and officials assigned to it. Each police district has between seven and nine PSAs. There are a total of 56 PSAs in the District of Columbia.
PropertyQuest has been developed by the District of Columbia Office of Planning as an easy way to view a wide range of site-related information, especially information on historic resources.
Find a connection to the Internet using wi-fi enabled devices.
La tarjeta normal “DC One Card” y la combinada con “SmarTrip” (SmarTrip enabled DC One Card) están disponibles en cualquier Centro de servicio, “DC One Card Service Center.”
This online system enables home owners, tenants, and businesses alike to apply for the specific type of public space occupancy, construction, excavation, annual or rental permit required for use of the public space within the District of Columbia.
Find your trash and recycling collection day(s) and view the Holiday Trash/Recycling Slide Guide.
View the Interactive Washington DC Snowplow Tracker Map during winter storms. See where
DC Water operates a wastewater collection system comprised of "separate" and "combined" sewers. Since the early 1900's, sewers constructed within the District have been separate systems and no new combined sewer system (CSS) have been built.