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Permitting

Application & Issuance of Building Permits

Application

A City permit application is required to be completed and submitted for every application for a building permit. Depending on the scope of work and if the job is residential or commercial, the documents needed to process the application may vary. Staff has put together permit guides to help the applicant know what documents are needed for review for a specific project. All applications should be submitted to the Code Enforcement Department located at City Hall. Applications, forms and guides can be found in the document center.

Plan Submittal

All projects that require a Florida Building Code review must have 3 sets of original, signed and sealed engineered plans submitted. For submittal requirements for your specific project, please see the permit guide section listed at the bottom of this page in forms and applications.

Review Process

Projects requiring a Florida Building Code Review: Any project that has design elements regulated by the FBC to include but not limited to new residential dwellings, commercial buildings, interior and exterior remodels, additions, carports, seawalls, fences/walls with footers, boat houses, and accessory structures over 200 sqft.

Plans are first reviewed by the Code Enforcement Department. If the project is commercial, the Mary Esther Fire Department will also review the plans. When the review process is completed, if the plans are approved, you will be issued a City development order. This is not a permit authorizing construction. The development order shows that the plans have been approved by the City. Because the plans require a FBC review, you must take the plans to be reviewed by Okaloosa County Department of Growth Management where County staff will conduct a FBC review. After the County review, if the plans have been approved, you will obtain a County permit and submit the permit to the City and obtain a City construction permit. Only after the City construction permit has been obtained, you may begin construction.

Projects that do not require a Florida Building Code Review: Fences/walls if no footer is being installed, re-roof, driveways, accessory structures such as sheds and storage buildings that are 200 sqft or less.

Plans are first reviewed by the Code Enforcement Department. If the project is commercial, the Mary Esther Fire Department will also review the plans. When the review process is completed, if the plans are approved, you will be issued a City construction permit. If your project also requires a County permit, you must obtain the County permit prior to construction.

The City of Mary Esther requires that all permits that may be required from other agencies be obtained and submitted to the City prior to the issuance of any construction permit. A partial list of those agencies may be found under “Notice of Additional Permitting” below.

Review & Permit Fees

The fees listed herein are those charged by the Code Enforcement Department. This list is not all inclusive and other fees may be charged in accordance with the City’s fee schedule. Additional fees may be required by the Mary Esther Fire Department and Water/Sewer Department. For a complete list of fees, please see the City’s Comprehensive Fee Schedule or contact the respective department directly.

Plan review fees are required to be paid prior to the review of any plans.

  • Residential site plan $15.00
  • Residential construction plan $15.00
  • Commercial site plan $30.00
  • Commercial construction plan $30.00
  • Commercial major development plan review $150.00
  • Survey review $15.00
  • Elevation certificate review $15.00
  • Modification and amendments $10.00 per sheet not to exceed original review fee of same plans

Permit and inspection fees are required to be paid prior to the release of the construction permit.

  • Permit fee minimum $10.00
  • Site inspection $20.00
  • Final inspection $30.00
  • Re-inspection $20.00
  • Backflow inspection $50.00

Notice of Additional Permitting Required

Okaloosa County Department of Growth Management: The City of Mary Esther has an interlocal agreement with Okaloosa County to perform various plan reviews and inspections depending on the scope of work. If your project requires a County review or inspection, you will be required to obtain a County permit in addition to a City permit.

Sub-Permits: The City of Mary Esther does not issue stand-alone permits for windows, doors, electrical, mechanical, HVAC, plumbing or solar panels. If your project scope of work includes any of these categories, you must obtain an Okaloosa County building or sub-permit.

Additional Agencies: Some projects may require additional permitting through Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Department of Health, Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation, US Army Corp of Engineers, Northwest Florida Water Management District and Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Attention Contractors

Any contractor who engages in business activities, performs work or provide a service within the City of Mary Esther is required by City Ordinance to obtain a contractor tracking certificate prior to starting any work, providing a service, or applying for an Okaloosa County building or sub permit. This includes but is not limited to re-roofs, general construction, storage buildings and sheds, renovations, new construction, fences, swimming pools, electrical, plumbing, irrigation, pest control, lawn maintenance, pressure washing, painting, general labor and the like.

For more information about the CTC registration, visit the Contractor Tracking Certificate page or call 850-243-3566 Ext.10.

Notice to Property Owners

Always call the City of Mary Esther Planning and Zoning Department at (850) 243-3566 Option 3, prior to starting any project to insure that the permitting requirements have been met, to verify that the required permit(s) has been obtained and to verify that your contractor is registered. You may be held responsible for unpermitted activities and may be subject to enforcement actions even if you have hired a registered contractor.

A City permit application is required to be completed and submitted for every application for a building permit. Depending on the scope of work and if the job is residential or commercial, the documents needed to process the application may vary. Staff has put together permit guides to help the applicant know what documents are needed for review for a specific project. All applications should be submitted to the Code Enforcement, Planning and Zoning Department located at City Hall. The permit guides can be found in the applications and forms section below.

Special Event Permits

Are you looking to hold a charitable run, block party, parade, carnival or other special event in the City of Mary Esther? If so, you will need to obtain a City of Mary Esther Special Event Permit.

What Is A Special Event?

A special event shall mean an organized or planned gathering of persons having a common purpose, design, or goal that is to occur on City-owned, City-controlled, or private property that has an overt impact on the services that are regularly provided by the City, such as health, fire, and law enforcement.

When Is A Special Event Permit Required?

A permit is required for any activity to include but not limited to carnivals, circuses, athletic events, parades, block parties, fundraisers, festivals, exhibitions, musical performances and public awareness initiatives. If you are unsure if you need a permit, please contact the Department by phone or email.

How Do I Find Out About The Requirements To Hold A Special Event?

A comprehensive Special Event Guidebook has been designed to help applicants navigate through the permitting process. You can access the guidebook in the forms and applications section below.


Sours: https://www.cityofmaryesther.com/157/Permitting

The Code Enforcement Division enforces all Okaloosa County adopted rules and regulations as set forth in the Code of Ordinances for the unincorporated areas of the county ranging from land development and zoning regulations to rules governing such things as noise, junk, debris, and other similar nuisances to include building codes. The goal is to educate the public about the codes and ordinances and to obtain “voluntary compliance” on all issues through a professional, courteous and efficient manner, with a focus on providing positive customer service to all citizens and bring existing properties into compliance with applicable codes.

Enforcement Options

Correction Notice
The Correction Notice is used to inform the violator and/or property owner of a violation of one or more County Ordinances that may have been observed on a property. Although the Notice of Violation is considered to be an “official notice”, it is also used as an information tool that will assist in the ultimate goal of voluntary compliance.

Citation
A citation is issued to those who fail to comply with a Notice of Violation within the specified compliance date and repeat offenders. A citation may also be issued immediately for unlicensed/unpermitted work as well as irreparable, irreversible damage.

Any person who willfully refuses to sign and accept a citation issued by a Code Enforcement Officer is guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree with penalties of imprisonment up to 60 days and fines up to $500.

Code Enforcement Board
The Okaloosa County Code Enforcement Board (CEB) is a quasi judicial hearing process. The Board is comprised of seven select members of the community and is scheduled to meet the third Thursday of each month. The CEB hears evidence presented by the Code Enforcement Division and the respondent/alleged violator as well as any witnesses.

Contact Information

The Code Enforcement Division operates with three certified code officers who work all of unincorporated Okaloosa County. The hours of operation are from 8:00 AM until 4:30 PM. All County Code Officers are field investigative officers.

South Office

PLEASE NOTE: Send all South Code Enforcement mail to:
Code Enforcement Dept.
1250 Eglin Parkway N, Suite 301
Shalimar, FL 32579

Phone: (850) 651-7531
Fax: (850) 651-7032

Lisa Payton
Code Enforcement Supervisor
1250 Eglin Parkway N, Suite 301
Shalimar, FL 32579
Phone: (850) 609-6192
Fax: (850) 651-7032
Email

John Wilson
Code Enforcement Officer
1250 Eglin Parkway N, Suite 301
Shalimar, FL 32579
Phone: (850) 651-7190
Fax: (850) 651-7032
Email

Carlos Jones
Code Enforcement Officer
1250 Eglin Parkway N, Suite 301
Shalimar, FL 32579
Phone: (850) 609-6162
Fax: (850) 651-7032
Email

North Office

Ron Cliff
Code Enforcement Officer
812 E. James Lee Blvd
Crestview, Florida 32536
Phone: (850) 423-4855
Fax: (850) 689-5512
Email

Sours: http://co.okaloosa.fl.us/gm/code-enforcement
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Growth Management is currently working on updating and revising forms on this page.  It is our goal to include all forms we hand out to be available for download on this page. Please call (850) 651-7180 if you do not see a form you need and one can be faxed to you.

Planning and Zoning Forms   

General Information Required to Complete Applications:   

Helpful Links:

Click here for Okaloosa County Property Appraiser
(property ID numbers, property owner information, assessed values, property taxes, etc.)
Click here for Okaloosa County Clerk of Courts
(official public records, deeds, subdivision plats, etc.)
Click here for Okaloosa County Public Works
Click here for Okaloosa County Water & Sewer
Click here for Florida Department of Health
(septic tank permits, other public health permits)
Click here for Northwest Florida Water Management District
(water wells, stormwater drainage, wetland dredge & fill permits)
Click here for Florida Department of Transportation
(State highway driveway connection and storm water drainage permits)
Click here for Florida Department of Environmental Protection
(public water supply, central sewer, coastal construction, other environmental permits)
Click here for Florida Department of Economic Opportunity
(Formally Department of Community Affairs -- State land planning, comprehensive plan amendments, development of regional impact, etc.)
Click here for Army Corps of Engineers
(docks, seawalls, boathouses, wetlands dredge & fill permits, etc.) 

Construction Permits:

The Permitting Staff will issue a Development Permit for projects prior to your submitting Construction Plans for review.

The following list will help you through the entire process. Any new construction will require fire impact fees to be paid at the appropriate fire district. You can obtain the information from the following link Fire Impact Fees.

Requirements for Approval of Construction/Architectural Plans   

Interlocal Agreements:   

Code Enforcement Complaint Form:   

Miscellaneous Forms:   

Sours: http://co.okaloosa.fl.us/gm/forms
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eTRAKiT

eTRAKiT is the City's online portal for Building & Inspection, Planning & Zoning, and Code Enforcement services, allowing users to view permit/project status, view business tax receipts, schedule inspections, pay fees, and report code enforcement issues.

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Ways to utilize eTRAKiT

There are 3 ways to use eTRAKiT:

  1. Anonymous user (no registration required)
  2. Public user (registration required)
  3. Registered AEC (contractor) user (registration required)

Create an account

  • Create an eTRAKiT account (for public user)
  • Create an eTRAKiT account (for contractors) - Please contact the Building Division at 850-833-9605 to activate your eTRAKiT account.

Services available online

  • Apply for Building Permit (Requires Contractor Registration)
  • Scheduling Building Inspections (Requires Contractor or Public Registration)
  • Pay Fees (Requires Contractor or Public Registration)
  • Apply for Planning Applications (Requires Contractor or Public Registration)
  • Report Code Enforcement Complaints
  • General Search for information related to Building, Planning, Business Tax Receipts, Code Enforcement cases, and Contractor listings.

Tutorials

Click the links below for tutorials to help navigate some of the common features of eTRAKiT.

Sours: https://www.fwb.org/growthmanagement/page/etrakit

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Okaloosa County Permit Search (Florida)

Florida State ClerkShalimar FL1250 Eglin Parkway32579850-651-7200

Niceville City ClerkNiceville FL208 Partin Drive North32578850-729-4000

Okaloosa County Clerk of the CourtCrestview FL101 East James Lee Boulevard32536850-689-5000

Okaloosa County Clerk of the Court - Walton Beach BranchFort Walton Beach FL1940 Lewis Turner Boulevard32547850-651-7200

Paxton ClerkLaurel Hill FL21872 U.s. 33132567850-834-2489


Cinco Bayou Town HallFort Walton Beach FL10 Yacht Club Drive Northeast32548850-833-3405

Crestview City HallCrestview FL198 Wilson Street North32536850-682-6134

Destin City HallDestin FL4200 Indian Bayou Trail32541850-837-4242

Fort Walton Beach City HallFort Walton Beach FL107 Miracle Strip Parkway Southwest32548850-833-9500

Laurel Hill City HallLaurel Hill FL8209 Florida 8532567850-652-4441

Mary Esther City HallMary Esther FL195 Cristobal Road North32569850-243-3566

Niceville City HallNiceville FL208 Partin Drive North32578850-729-4008

Paxton Town HallLaurel Hill FL21872 U.s. 33132567850-834-2489

Shalimar Town HallShalimar FL2 Cherokee Road32579850-651-5723

Valparaiso City HallValparaiso FL465 Valparaiso Parkway32580850-729-5402

Crestview Code EnforcementCrestview FL198 Wilson Street North32536850-683-0896

Fort Walton Beach Code EnforcementFort Walton Beach FL116 Hollywood Boulevard Southwest32548850-833-9601


Crestview ZoningCrestview FL100 Hathaway Street South32539850-682-4715

Destin City Building DepartmentDestin FL4200 Indian Bayou Trail32541850-654-1119

Okaloosa County PlanningCrestview FL812 East James Lee Boulevard32539850-689-5080


Fort Walton Beach City ManagerFort Walton Beach FL107 Miracle Strip Parkway Southwest32548850-833-9504


Okaloosa County CommissionerCrestview FL302 Wilson Street North32536850-689-5030

Okaloosa County CommissionerShalimar FL1250 Eglin Parkway32579850-609-5028

Permit Search near Okaloosa County

Sours: https://www.permitsearch.net/fl-okaloosa-county/
The Building Permit Process \u0026 Requirements --- Part 1 of 2

Call 850-651-7180 or 850-689-5080 and ask for one of our permit technicians

Notice

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All Building Permit Applicants

The 7th Edition (2020) of the Florida Building Codes takes effect on January 1, 2021.   All permit applications submitted on or after this date will be reviewed according to the new Codes.

Permit applications submitted prior to this date will be reviewed under the 6th Edition (2017).

EFFECTIVE  4/01/20 WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING PAYMENTS VIA CREDIT CARDS OVER THE PHONE

Instructions for Contractors and Owner/Builders for Submitting Photographs for Occupied Building Inspections

CLICK HERE

NOTICE:

Due to COVID-19, Residential Walk Through Days

on Tuesday in Shalimar and

Thursday in Crestview

have been Temporarily

Suspended.  Effective March 20, 2020

Walk Through permitting service will resume when

it is safe to do so.

As an alternative to faxing or coming into our lobby for a general permit, you can now send your request to the following email address [email protected]  If your permit requires stamped original construction plans review, you will not be able to use this email to submit.  Those will need to be either mailed, put in the drop box outside our lobby or submitted in person to one of our offices.

PERMIT COUNTER OFFICE HOURS

Monday – Thursday        8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Friday                             8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

*All other offices within this department are 8am – 5pm Monday-Friday.*

Our Mission is to successfully and consistently implement the Okaloosa County Comprehensive Plan, Okaloosa County Land Development Code, the Building Codes, and other Board of County Commissioners goals. This includes:

  • Implementing the Board's policies and objectives through review of applications for development and building permits.
  • Ensuring orderly growth and development.
  • Providing inspections and oversight to the building industry and providing code enforcement.
  • Administering the Community Development Block Grant Program, and other State and Federal grant programs.
  • Web Permitting can be used for all types of permits or inspections (i.e., building and planning permits, fire inspections, code enforcement, health and safety inspections). As of now, users can search on existing permits, gather parcel information, as well as estimate fees of new permits.

The Department of Growth Management provides a broad range of development and regulatory services to both the citizens and the development community. With offices in Ft. Walton Beach and Crestview, we provide services in five primary areas of responsibility mandated by federal, state and local codes and ordinances. These are: the implementation of the adopted Okaloosa County Comprehensive Plan, the Land Development Code and the National Flood Insurance Program, the plan review, permitting and inspection of construction activities in the unincorporated county and the municipalities of Cinco Bayou, Shalimar, and Mary Esther. Additionally, we provide for the enforcement of local codes and ordinances relating to growth and land use development, and the administration of Community Development Block Grant and the Federal Transit Administration Grant programs.

The Department of Growth Management supports the County Administrator and Board of County Commissioners and several citizen and technical advisory boards, namely; the Planning Commission, the Board of Adjustment, the Code Enforcement Board, the County Contractor Licensing Boards (Construction, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing, Construction Board of Adjustments and Appeals) and the Fire Code Advisory Board.

The Department of Growth Management is organized into two Divisions; the Planning Division and the Building Inspection Division. Additionally, an Administrative Staff oversees required daily administrative duties.

The Administrative Section consists of the Growth Management Department Director, Elliot Kampert , the Planning Manager, Randy Woodruff, and the Chief Building Official Purl Adams, with support staff located in both the north and south offices. Please address your comments or concerns to the appropriate administrator.

The Planning Division has the lead responsibility for the implementation of the County's Comprehensive Plan, the Land Development Code, the National Flood Insurance Program, the Community Development Block Grant Program, the Federal Transit Administration Grant Program, and the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.

The Planning Division provides direct staff support to the County Administrator, Board of County Commissioners, Planning Commission, the Board of Adjustment, the Technical Review Committee, various citizen advisory committees, and technical committees.

The Building Division is made up of four sections: Permitting and Licensing, Construction Plans Review, Inspection, and Code Enforcement. The staff of the Building Inspection Division provides direct staff support to the Code Enforcement Board, the Fire Code Advisory Board, and the County Contractor Licensing Boards (Construction, Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing, Construction Board of Adjustments and Appeals. The Inspection Section also provides the permitting and inspection services to the municipalities of Mary Esther, Cinco Bayou, and Shalimar.

Additional state permitting information may be obtained at the Florida One Stop Permitting Center.

Sours: http://co.okaloosa.fl.us/gm/home

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NOTICE:

Due to COVID-19, Residential Walk Through Days

on Tuesday in Shalimar and

Thursday in Crestview

have been Temporarily

Suspended.  Effective March 20, 2020

Walk Through permitting service will resume when

it is safe to do so.

Voice Permits - Interactive Voice Response System

In an ongoing commitment to improve customer service, your building department has installed an Interactive Voice Response System (IVR) for inspections, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week!

Voice Permits(TM) - IVR User Guide

Permit Counter

Permit Counter, 1250 Eglin Parkway N, Suite 301, Shalimar
and 812 East James Lee Boulevard, Crestview
will have the following hours of operation:

Monday - Thursday    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday                         8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

*All other offices within this department are 8am – 5pm Monday-Friday.*

Contact Information

Planning & Permitting Tech

     Cathy Ducharme:  email

     Jacque Hamilton:  email

     Lisa Holcomb:  email

Lead Planning & Permitting Tech - Vacant:  email

Licensing & Permitting Manager – Tina Ward:   email

Building Official – Purl Adams:   email

Office Phones/Faxes:

Shalimar:  850-651-7180 Phone

                 850-651-7058 Fax

Sours: http://co.okaloosa.fl.us/gm/building/permitting


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