Contractor Permit Types
Telecommunication Tower or Antenna
Requirements below are applicable for any new tower or modifications to an existing tower.
The City of Palm Coast has updated it's Wireless Communication Facilities (WCF) Ordinance and developed a Wireless Master Plan. Diamond Communications is the City's consultant and partner in this endeavor.
To make application for new tower or modification to an existing tower owned or located on property owned by THE CITY OF PALM COAST , approval from Diamond Communications is required prior to submitting a building permit application.
This approval is intended to promote coordination with existing and future City WCF requirements.
The goal of the City's WCF work is to improve and expedite the WCF application and location process.
To make application for a modification to an existing tower NOT OWNED or located on property owned by The City of Palm Coast, you may proceed directly to step 2 and make application for a building permit.
Step 1. Contact Diamond Communication
Step 2. Submit for permit application to the City of Palm Coast
Diamond Communication approval letter (if applicable)
Permit Application - signed by the license holder
Site plan to include all property lines, existing structures, proposed structures /concrete
Structural plans/analysis signed and sealed by a licensed Florida PE
$3,500 plan review fee
Structural plan review is performed by a third party reviewing agency
A certified copy of a recorded notice of commencement will be required prior to the commencement of work and any inspections. (For properties NOT owned by the City)
Application must be made by the general contractor. The contractor of record will be contacted once the permit is ready for issuance.
Check here to see if a contractor is registered in our database - https://www.palmcoastgov.com/search/contractors
To register, please follow these instruction - http://docs.palmcoastgov.com/departments/building/contractor%20registration%20form.pdf
You may make application online if your documents are electronically signed and sealed.
If submitting online, a permit application will be automatically generated for an electronic signature by the contractor when ready to submit.