"Department of Small and Local Business Development maintains a database of all certified local, small, and disadvantaged business enterprises. The database is updated on a monthly basis, and includes CBE contact information, business description, and NIGP code
Volunteer.dc.gov is a free, online District of Columbia-specific volunteer opportunity database and search engine. Volunteer.dc.gov connects residents with meaningful District-based volunteer opportunities and connects community-based organizations and others with the city’s cadre of dedicated, experienced volunteers.
ncludes all open Civil Division cases (including civil actions, landlord-tenant and small claims) as well as closed cases dating back to 2000; all Criminal Division cases; certain Probate Division cases (including large estates, small estates, disclaimers of interest, major litigation, wills and foreign estate proceedings); all Tax Division cases.
The Council’s Legislative Information Management System (LIMS) is available for the public to view the status of a Bill or Resolution, Legislation by Council Member, Legislation by Committee, Text of a Bill or Resolution, A Council Member’s Voting Record, Contract Summary, Legislation by Co-Sponsor, A List of Legislation, Text of an Act, Legislative Meeting Agendas.
Provides information about specific schools, school changes and has the ability to compare up to 4 schools at a time. Can narrow search by grade level, type of program (e.g. Montessori, International Baccalaureate, Career Pathways etc.) Listings also include the school type, address, name of principal, and website address.
From the website, "The Office of Tax and Revenue's (OTR) real property tax database provides online access to real property information that was formerly available only through manual searches and at various DC public libraries. You can obtain property value, assessment roll, and other information for more than 180,000 parcels using the links below." Interesting search by neighborhood gives you a quick sense of property values.
- Search for available health care services in your area. Enter your address and choose a facility type from the dropdown menu. Results will include facility names, addresses, phone numbers, and distance from the address you provided. A clickable map allows you to view all facilities within a specific ward.
"DOH provides an online professional license search for your convenience. To begin a search select license type or enter key words or criteria in the fields below. As a search tip, use the asterisk (*) at the end of partial information in a search field to encompass a wildcard search. Do not use dashes within social security numbers.
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFSS) is a monthly telephone survey conducted in every state in the US, as well as some possessions and territories. The survey collects data on chronic diseases and related health behaviors from a randomly selected adult in each household that participates. The results are used to monitor trends and to guide policy and funding decisions. The BRFSS Web Query tool. allows you to compute frequencies, trends, and cross-tabulation analysis from 2003-2010.
Residential Permit Parking (RPP) is a program initiated by the District to increase access to on-street parking for residents in their neighborhoods. Residents can search for streets designated for permit parking."
The home page allows a user to enter any portion of a legislation title or number to find all legislation related to the search criteria. Available documents now include: bills, resolutions, contracts, grant budget modifications, reprogrammings, Housing Finance Agency documents, Inspector General
and Auditor reports and agendas. The site supports legislation for Council Period 8 through 21
Here you will be referred to a list of licensed child care providers in the District of Columbia that meet your specific criteria such as type of care, age of child, location, services needed and more.
Military & Veterans
No identified searchable databases in this area. Use the "email me" link to suggest an agency produced database
Find swimming pools, basketball courts, before- and after-school care programs, and other programs at parks and recreation centers in the District of Columbia. Also can find status of projects improvements and permit facilities.