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Not usually. Unless the fence is supported by brick, block or concrete columns - then a permit is required. Must check with Zoning on set back requirements.
Central Permitting is also responsible for assessing and residential collecting impact fees.The Link for Impact Fees is shown below: http://fl-pascocounty.civicplus.com/Admin/DocumentCenter
(Impact Fees effective 1-1-18 will apply to all Permit Applications submitted after 12-31-17).
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For all other types of permit, you must apply in person at a Central Permitting Location. At this time, all commercial permits must be applied for at the New Port Richey location only.