The Building Department receives building permit applications for all structures ranging from office buildings to homes to fences and reviews the construction plans to assure that they meet the requirements of the Florida Building Codes, other ordinances in effect including contractor licensing, floodplain management, and maintains all pertinent records. Field inspections of buildings are conducted to make sure they are being constructed in accordance with approved plans and all applicable codes.
The Building Department provides many services to the public, builders and contractors. It is the department's goal to preserve our neighborhoods and property values by maintaining high standards of competence and service. Staff is available to assist and guide homeowners and contractors through the permitting and inspection processes for all new construction, remodeling and additions to existing structures.
The Building Department is responsible for reviewing permit applications to ensure all necessary documents are included. The Building Department reviews each project, ascertaining that all inspections have been completed and all required documentation is on file before a Certificate of Occupancy is issued. Staff will gladly assist and answer any of your questions.
We want your projects big or small to be a pleasant experience.
Starting October 1, 2017, you will be able to scan and submit your notarized application to firstname.lastname@example.org . Limit 5 attachments.
No Product approval/Notice of Acceptance over 5 pages No signed and sealed documents
If the application requires more than 5 pages of attachments, than all documentation other than the application must be submitted in person.
If documentation is required and was not submitted electronically, all required documentation must be submitted in person within 2 business days of the emailed application. Your application will not be considered received if the required documentation is not properly submitted within the noted time frame. Any incomplete submittals will be disposed of after the allowed time frame has expired.
Email must include the following information:
Subject Line: Electronic Submittal: Property Address and owner name
Body of the email: Contact name and phone # Notarized Application Attachments (5 pages or less)
You will receive an email informing you that we have received your application and let you know what is needed to proceed with the review of your application.
If the applicant has been advised that additional forms/documentation is required and your re-submittal is made without the required documents, a revision fee will be charged.
Once you have been notified to make a payment, you may go to Click2Gov or come into the office to make payment.
To make a payment on line click here and follow the below instructions:
Click on Select Permit
Enter in Application number (which will be provided to you by email) click on submit
Click view application fees (located on the left side of the screen)
Check box the fees that you have been requested to pay (please be sure to pay only the fees that the office has requested you to pay. Paying fees without prior authorization will result in the transaction being voided and the process being delayed.