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Land Use & CEQR Application Tracking System (LUCATS)

New Application to Replace LUCATS
The Department of City Planning is pleased to announce that we are replacing LUCATS with a new application which will have an improved user interface and consolidate related land use actions for ease of use. The data was last updated on April 10, 2018. When the new system is activated, the data will be updated on a regular basis. Stay tuned for more information.
HOME | LAND USE APPLICATION SEARCH | CEQR APPLICATION SEARCH | HELP
 
Welcome to LUCATS
 
   
   
  LUCATS is a quick and easy-to-use web resource created by the Department of City Planning (DCP) to retrieve current and historical status information on active and completed Land Use applications (involving ULURP, etc.) and Environmental Review applications (involving CEQR).  
   
  You can perform simple or detailed customized online queries by accessing the
LAND USE APPLICATION SEARCH or CEQR APPLICATION SEARCH links.
 
   
  Available through the HELP link, Frequently Asked Questions serve to clarify the functionality of the system, and the Glossary briefly defines the available data.  
   
  Information regarding application processing requirements can be found in
Uniform Land Use Review Procedure and Environmental Review.
 
   
   
 
 
  Disclaimer and Notes:  
  The information contained in LUCATS is from the Land Use Management Information System (LUMIS) and was compiled for governmental use by the New York City Department of City Planning.  There may be a lag between when an action occurs and when the information is entered into the system.  The Department and the City make no representation as to the accuracy of the information, its timeliness, or its suitability for any purpose.  The Department and the City disclaim any liability for errors that may be contained herein.

LUCATS works best with Internet Explorer version 7.0 or higher.

When available, use the LUCATS navigation functions to move through the application.  Using the Back button on the browser’s tool bar can produce unexpected results.