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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

Mayor Muriel Bowser established a comprehensive website,, featuring resources and updates on the District’s response to coronavirus (COVID-19). also provides centralized information on the operational status of District government agencies. In addition, several DMOI cluster agencies have set up resource pages on their services during the public health emergency.

Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs

The DCRA website has information on services available online, including permit/plan reviews, applying for/renewing a business license, registering a corporation, forming an LLC and filing consumer protection complaints.

DC Department of Transportation

Get information here on initiatives such as:

  • Slow Streets Initiative
  • Streateries in District's Phase One Reopening
  • Sidewalk Extension Plan to Support Social Distancing Near Essential Businesses
  • Temporary Permits for Restaurant Pick-Up Drop-Off (PUDO) Zones
  • Shared Mobility for Essential Workers

Department of For Hire Vehicles

DFHV is providing resources to support for-hire drivers, vehicle owners and businesses:

  • Pandemic Unemployment Assistance
  • Small Business Assistance
  • Food Delivery Opportunity
  • Free Legal Assistance
  • Housing Assistance
  • Food Assistance
  • Health Assistance

Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking

DISB is providing the following resources:

  • Consumer Alerts and Bulletins
  • FAQs
  • Insurance Notices

Department of Motor Vehicles

Learn how DC DMV is providing most necessary services online by visiting Its service centers, adjudication services, and the Brentwood Commercial Driver License (CDL) Office are now open by appointment only. The Inspection Station is operating on a first come, first serve basis with modified hours and the Self-Service Vehicle Emissions Inspection Kiosk is open 24/7.

Department of Energy and the Environment

Get information on agency programs by visiting to include seeking energy assistance.

Department of Public Works

DPW ‘s website includes details on programs and services such as:

  • Zero Waste DC, where you can find tips for managing your waste while staying safe at home
  • Food Waste Drop-Off
  • The residential services at Ft. Totten Transfer Station: solid waste drop-offs, residential compost pick-up, hazardous waste and e-cycling drop-offs, and document shredding.