Esther, Director, Building Official, Marisel, Central Permitting Manager, and Melisa, Program Administrator, Development Services meeting at Central Permitting office in New Port Richey.
Welcome to Central Permitting!
Central Permitting’s goals and responsibilities are to provide faster, more accurate processing of applications for building permits while complying with all applicable laws, ordinances, building codes, and life safety.
Pasco County Government offices will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2019 in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday. All Pasco County offices will reopen for regular hours on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
Effective January 1, 2019 the following permits will no longer be done over the counter. There will be a Three day turnaround from permit submission to issuance:
- Solar permits (Will require additional electrical review).
Implementation date is September 1, 2018 which is when Pasco County will require Building Permits for all repairs and alterations to Mobile Homes (as defined by F.S. 320.01) where required by the Pasco County Code of Ordinances:
Sec. 18-36.-Permit required.
(a) Permits are required as stated in this code and the Florida Building Code. The following activities require a building permit unless exempted in writing by the Building Official; erection, construction, alteration or repair of a building, structure, electrical, gas, mechanical or plumbing system.
(Ord. No. 07-20, & 1, 9-11-07)
This requirement includes but is not limited to re-roofs, roof repairs, interior remodels, general repairs and exterior door and window replacements.
Those Mobile Homes located in Flood areas will also be subject to all relevant
Flood Damage Prevention requirements per local and Federal Codes and Ordinances.
Central Permitting NPR
8731 Citizens Drive
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Central Permitting LOL
4111 Land O'Lakes Blvd.
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Central Permitting DC
14236 6th Street,
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New Code Requirements effective December 31, 2017:
The new 6th edition (2017) of The Florida Building Code will take effect on December 31, 2017.
Permit applications and construction plans submitted after the effective date must demonstrate compliance with the new code.