DOB Announces “Get Summonses Corrected” Campaign

The Department of Buildings released a Service Notice announcing the “Get Summonses Corrected” campaign. DOB’s Administrative Enforcement Unit (AEU) will be hosting a series of events to help owners, managers, individuals, and other named respondents who may be experiencing difficulties with certifying correction on DOB-OATH (ECB) violations.

Get Summonses Corrected

In the DOB’s latest Service Notice, they announced three separate events (with possibly more to come) for “named respondents who have submitted a Certificate of Correction application or need guidance on the COC process.” Attendees will be able to speak with an AEU reviewer and get specific help for any issues.

Here’s the current program schedule:

March 19th, 2024 – Queens

  • AEU representatives will be at the Queens borough office for Buildings After Hours from 4 PM – 7 PM. The Queens office is located at 120-55 Queens Boulevard, Kew Gardens
  • The DOB recommends you submit a Certificate of Correction via DOB NOW in advance
  • You can access forms and additional information about correction here

March 22, 2024 – Virtual

  • AEU is hosting virtual sessions held at 10 AM and 2 PM for two hours each. The sessions will provide details on the process alongside a demonstration
  • More information will be posted nearer to the event – we’ll update this section with links once the agency has released them

March 27, 2024 – Queens

  • AEU representatives will be at the AEU borough office from 9 AM – 4 PM, with no appointment necessary

As a reminder, AEU also participates in the DOB’s Buildings After Hours program. There will be a session at 280 Broadway in the Manhattan DOB borough office on March 19th. You can learn more about Buildings After Hours here, and get the full event schedule here.

For questions about GSC events, contact AEU online at or by phone at (212) 393-2405.

In Your Account

Reminder – SiteCompli and InCheck clients can view DOB summons information and corrective status in their account on this page. We’ll also show you open balances for each infraction so you get a full picture of compliance for any DOB-OATH (ECB) violation.

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