Owner Permit Types
We have tried our best to provide all the information necessary on this page to help you understand the process for permitting your project from beginning to the end.
Important information for owner issued commercial permits
Chapter 489.103(7), Florida Statutes
- Property owner cannot be in the name of an LLC, INC, Trust, HOA, Association, etc.The property must be personally owned.
- The property cannot be for lease for sale (within one year from completion of project)
Value of job cannot exceed $75,000
Demolition permits vary from project to project. The property may be required to return to its original state prior to the structure.
The processing time for the permit is usually 5-10 days. If any additional information is required, you will receive an email with the details.
Once you have received your permit, the job card will outline what inspections are necessary for your project. You may schedule the inspection by calling 386-986-4747 or through this website. All approved documents are required to be available for the inspector when he arrives. The inspector will sign your job card if the inspections passes.
The permit will remain active for six months from the date of issuance, if the permit expires without the required inspections, a new permit will be required.
What is required to apply for a permit?
Detailed scope of work
Site plan/Survey identifying location of area to be demolished
Proof of property ownership - recorded deed or property appraisers office printout
Owner builder affidavit
Notice of commencement (certified copy) this is required for any improvements to your property greater than $2,500.The notice of commencement is to be filled out, and recorded with the Flagler County Clerks office in Bunnell.It is not required at the time of permit issuance, but will be required prior to any inspections.
Get the estimated cost of your permit here - http://www.palmcoastgov.com/government/building/fee-calculator
You may make application using our online permit submittal - http://www.palmcoastgov.com/eplanreview
(A signed permit application will not be required for upload if using the online submittal portal)