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You need a building permit to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, remove, or demolish any building, structure, or any part thereof, or any equipment, device or facility therein or thereon and if the work entails changes in the use or occupancy of the building. A structure can be limited to a driveway, patio, deck, walkway, fence, retaining wall, shed, gazebo, trellis, antenna tower, fountain, spa or pool. If you are unsure if a permit is required, please contact the Building Division and direct your question to Chief Structural, Electrical, Mechanical, or Plumbing Inspector.
Contractors are required to fill out the Contractors Registration Form, signed and notarized, with a copy of the following: The qualifier’s driver’s license, an occupation license or business tax receipt, state certification or state registration, along with the Broward County Certificate of Competency, and certificates of insurance or exemption. The certificates of insurance must show the City of Dania Beach as the Certificate Holder.
Yes, as long as you own the one-family or two-family residence, and the residence is used for your own use or occupancy. You cannot sell your house or duplex for one year after having a final inspection on any owner builder permit. Additional restrictions may apply. Please review Florida Statutes 489.103(b) (7) for additional information.
It is recommended that you check with your homeowner’s association before beginning any renovation/construction project.
Yes, when doing an addition, the existing smoke alarm system must be upgraded to include one smoke detector in each bedroom and outside in the bedroom areas.
Yes, whether destroyed by an act of nature or just changing the type of fence.
Issued permits expire if work is not commenced within 180 days or if abandoned for a period of 90 days. When a permit expires, the permit holder is to submit the expired permit request, and pay a fee to reactivate the permit.
A permit application will become null and void 60 calendar days after the last notification that a review has been done, if no action is taken as in new documentation being submitted or having the permit issued. If the application does expire, the Process fee is non-refundable and would be required to be paid again.
Submit a letter of transmittal to the applicable disciplines with two sets of revisions and all supporting documents.
Yes. In most cases the plans are required to have the Engineer’s or Architect’s signature and seal.
All documents are required to be submitted in duplicate. After review and approval, one copy will be retained by the city and one copy returned to the applicant, when the permit is issued.
An approved tree removal permit from planning is required for all properties.
Documents for an addition are identical to the ones required for new construction. A Florida registered Architect/Engineer is required to sign and seal the drawings.
New construction requires a landscape sub-permit as an addendum to the building permit. The clearing of a lot for future construction requires an approved, tree removal permit from the Planning Department.
Yes, a permit card or a copy shall be displayed during the hours of work in progress and available to the inspector for all inspections
A certified copy of the recorded Notice of Commencement must be submitted to the Building Division prior to the first inspection for permitted work where the direct contract is greater than $2,500, or in the case of existing heating or A/C equipment replacement, greater than $7,500. For more information, please see the Overview of the Construction Lien Law Posted on this site.
The City of Dania Beach has created one central number for all to call with any questions related to city operations at 954-924-6800. A customer service representative will be able to assist you from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The City of Dania Beach is committed to the safety of its employees, residents, and those doing business at City facilities.
PAY ONLINEPay your bills from home at daniabeachfl.gov/payPay your permit fees and inspections requests online at daniabeachfl.gov/permit
DROPBOX PAYMENTDrop your payment in a sealed envelope in the drop box located outside the entrance of City Hall.100 W. Dania Beach Blvd.Dania Beach, FL 33004
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How To Open A New Utility / Water Account:To manage Residential and Commercial Utility Accounts, please fill up the appropriate forms available at: daniabeachfl.gov/utility.Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954-924-6800 Ext 3747
* For Dania Beach residents located west of I-95, water service is provided by Broward County. Please contact Broward County Water and Wastewater Services at 954-831-3250 to set up water service.
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Report all suspicious activity to Dania Beach Police at 954-764-4357 | daniabeachfl.gov/police
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A yearly pass for residents with the car registered in Florida, under age 65 is $64.20, residents 65 and older is $26.75. Beach Parking Permits are for Dania Beach residents only. Applicants must provide proof of residency. This is the link to apply online for beach parking permit https://daniabeach.seamlessdocs.com/f/BeachParkingPermitPaymentPortal
For questions regarding single family homes (including sheds, additions, fences, swimming pools, patios, etc) please contact Planning and Zoning at 954-924-6800 x3793For questions regarding all other development (apartments, commercial, industrial, and vacant land) please contact the Planning and Zoning Manager at 954-924-6800 x3640
Please contact the Planning and Zoning Manager at 954-924-6800 x3640
All water main breaks and sewer backups are considered an emergency situation. If seen, please use the form: http://daniabeachfl.gov/FormCenter/Public-Services-4/Public-Services-Issues-Notification-Form-38 or call Public Services during work hours at 954-924-6808 or the Water Plant Office during non-working hours at 954-924-6808 x3747 or 954-924-3747. A repair crew will be dispatched. The plant operator will contact the employee on-call to check the site, confirm a main break, service leak or back up. Once this has been determined, a water or sewer crew will be dispatched. If it is a water main break or leak, the time the water is off will be affected by many factors, including weather conditions, location of main break, size of main, type of main break, depth of main, etc.. The crew will attempt to notify all affected customers and businesses. If necessary, we will issue a “Precautionary Boil Water Notice.” It is a notification that advises customers to boil tap water used for drinking, cooking, and ice-making until tests verify the water is safe to drink by the Broward County Health Department. You will be notified again when the “Boil Water Notice” is lifted. It is not necessary to boil water for showering or other external uses. This notice will outline the necessary steps to ensure safe water consumption. In addition, The City of Dania Beach will work to have services restored as soon as possible.