Office of African American Affairs
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Department of City Development
In certain instances, land that has been previously used as public right-of-way, such as for a street or alley, may no longer be needed for that purpose. An applicant may go through a process by which to vacate the land and have it revert back to the abutting parcels. To apply for a right-of-way vacation, please use the following links:
For information on permits and zoning letters please contact the Department of Neighborhood Services.
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