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As of 2022, NYC Building Department requires all the periodic inspection of  all parking structures at least once every six years. These must be completed by a NYS licensed and registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) who is also a Qualified Parking Structure Inspector (QSPI) who will also handle the filing of a condition assessment report with the DOB.

Property owners are responsible to repair unsafe conditions within 90 days of the filing. Once the work is complete, owners must then file an amended report within two weeks of the repair.


NYC has created a staggered filing cycle in which property owners within each district must file by to be in compliance.


Sub-Cycle 1A (01/01/2022-12/31/2023): Manhattan Community Districts 1-7

Sub-Cycle 1B (01/01/2024-12/31/2025): Manhattan Community Districts 8-12 and Brooklyn Community Districts

Sub-Cycle 1C (01/01/2026-12/31/2027): Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island Community Districts


We are currently in Sub-Cycle B which includes Manhattan Community Districts 8-12 and Brooklyn Districts. If you are in Sub-Cycle A, which is currently closed, and DID NOT complete your inspection and filing, applications are still being accepted. You can easily find your district and sub-cycle by using the map below.

NYC Parking Inspection Map.PNG

Does my garage or parking structure need to be inspected?

YES, if...

It's a building or a portion of a building used for parking or storing motor vehicles, including space inside or under a building.

It is an open parking garage and/or enclosed parking garage as defined in the NYC Building Code.

NO, if...

It is an autobody/automotive repair shop, an automotive showroom, or an automotive service station.

It is a garage with occupancy of fewer than three cars.

It is an unenclosed and/or unattached lot.

It is a garage serving one- and two-family homes.

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