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Contractor Permit Types

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Fuel Tank

Fuel tank installations are regulated by the NFPA 30 (Chapter 42)  and will require a permit to ensure compliance.  (Chapter 1.12.6)

Plans and Specifications shall be submitted for review and approval prior to the installation or construction of a motor vehicle fuel dispensing station. 

All contractors must be registered with the building division prior to application.http://docs.palmcoastgov.com/departments/building/contractor%20registration%20form.pdf

Check here to see if a contractor is registered in our database - http://www.palmcoastgov.com/search/contractors

Submittal Requirements:

  1. Permit application signed by licensed contractor
  2. Plans and site plans to include the following information:
  • Location of flammable and combustible liquids, LP Gas, or CNG storage vessels, and their spatial relation to each other, property lines and building openings. 

  • Above ground and underground storage vessels shall be shown on plan

  • Distances from dispensers to tanks, property lines and buildings

  • Vehicle access

  • Fire appliances

  • Vehicle impact protection

  • Method of storage and protection

  • Overfill prevention

  • Spill containment

  • Vents

  • Vapor recovery

  • Other equipment and accessories

  • Seismic design in accordance with the Building Code

  • Secondary containment

  • Design and specifications for related piping, valves and fittings

  • Location and classification of electrical equipment, including emergency fuel shutdown devices

  • Specifications for fuel storage and venting components

  • Any other documentation that provides compliance with NFPA 30

   3.  Certified copy of the Notice of Commencement - required for any job valued greater than $2,500 (not required for submittal)If you have been sub contracted by a general contractor and are not in direct contract you may submit  an   affidavit to be covered by the general contractors notice of commencement

To get an estimated cost for your project, please use our online fee calculator - https://www.palmcoastgov.com/government/building/fee-calculator