Enter the violation numbers separated by commas in the box to the left or upload a .txt, .csv, or .xls file. You can download our Excel spreadsheet template here. In order for your spreadsheet to be searched correctly, the header of the column containing the violation numbers needs to be titled "Violation No." or "Vio. No."
If you are looking for several consecutively numbered violations, searching the common numbers within the group of violations will return all of them. For example, if you are searching for violations 123450, 123451, and 123452, typing in 12345 will return all three violations at once.
The DOB refers to PVT Elevator Violations in several different ways. Usually, the last 6 numbers represent the unique violation number. For instance, elevator violation 123456 may be referred to as V 111406E9444/123456 or 9444/123456 or PVT123456 or simply as 123456.
FDNY Violation Orders almost always begin with the letter "E" and are usually followed by 6 numbers (Ex. "E416502”)
ECB Violations are often 9 digits, but can also be written with a leading 0, for example "140265510" can also be written as " 0140265510".
Sidewalk Violations are often written as a string of numbers and may be proceeded by a letter correlating to the borough in which the violation was issued. Borough codes for sidewalk violations are as follows:
- M - Manhattan
- X - Bronx
- R - Staten Island
- K - Brooklyn
- Q - Queens