What must be provided with a permit application?

A typical permit submittal for a single-family residence will require:

  • A completed permit application
  • One set of construction plans signed and sealed by a licensed professional engineer
  • One set of sealed truss engineering
  • One set of Door and Window manufacturer’s installation specifications and Florida Product Approval
  • One set of Energy Calculations, Manual J, Manual D and Manual S with complete cover sheets.
  • Sealed survey of the existing conditions on and around the site
  • One plot plan with proposed development
  • A Tree Removal Permit application
  • City Right of Way use permit for the driveway
  • There is a $30.00 nonrefundable submittal fee and a Plan Review fee due when the application is submitted to Construction Services Division.

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1. How do I schedule inspections?
2. What are permits?
3. What are the types of permits?
4. Who can apply for a permit?
5. What items do I need onsite when I call for an inspection?
6. What must be provided with a permit application?
7. Are after hours and weekend inspections available?
8. Can I do the work myself or do I have to hire a contractor?
9. What are the costs associated with a permit?
10. What is a “Notice of Commencement”?
11. When is a Notice of Commencement required?
12. When will the inspection be done?
13. When are inspections required?
14. Do applications and permits expire?
15. What is the Florida building code?
16. When is a permit required?
17. How long does it take to get a permit?
18. What information is required on a permit application?
19. Where is the permit application made?