Skip to content

Third-party Food Delivery Services and Third-party Courier Services

Rule status: Proposed

Agency: DCWP

Comment by date: December 23, 2021

Rule Full Text

The Department of Consumer and Worker Protection is proposing to add rules to implement Local Law 100 of 2021, Local Law 110 of 2021, and Local Law 115 of 2021, regarding third-party food delivery services and third-party courier services.
Specifically, these proposed new rules would:
 Set the expiration date for third-party food delivery service licenses;
 Require third-party food delivery services to maintain certain records;
 Establish procedures for complying with requests for records and information;
 Clarify the location of a required disclosure about gratuities for food delivery workers;
 Clarify the location of a required disclosure about third-party telephone number listings;
 Require third-party delivery services to provide a disclosure and the ability for customers to opt out of certain data sharing;
 Create a penalty schedule for violations related to third-party food delivery services; and
 Clarify requirements for responding to certain requests for data from the Department.

Attendees who need reasonable accommodation for a disablity such as a sign language translation should contact the agency by calling 1 (212) 436-0345 or emailing by December 21, 2021

Send comments by

Public Hearings


December 23, 2021
11:00am - 12:00pm EST


Connect Virtually
Zoom Info:
o Meeting ID: 865 6056 6556
o Passcode: 769207

To participate in the public hearing via phone, please dial (646) 558-8656
o Meeting ID: 865 6056 6556
o Passcode: 769207

Disability Accommodation

Online comments: 0

Comments close by December 23, 2021

Add a comment

Notes. "Required" indicates a required field. Your email address will not be made public.