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Courtesy Email Notification - Permit About to Expire
Effective Date: 7/29/2015
Category: PERMITTING
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​The purpose of this Notice is to inform the building industry, and other interested customers, about a new service. Effective immediately, an automated courtesy email will be sent to the Permit Holder giving notice that a Permit will expire in 30 days from the date the email was sent.
 
Please note that permits expire 180 days from issuance if an approved inspection is not obtained. Permits also expire 180 days from the last approved inspection if an approved inspection is not obtained.
 
Permit Extension Requests of 90 days may be made prior to expiration and made in writing. Requests may only be made twice subject to payment of $63 for the first extension and $100 for the second.
 
Expired Permit Renewals may be made without a written request for the first renewal. Two or more renewals require a letter of hardship addressed to the Building Official. Fees for renewals are as follows:
 
​Permit Renewal Type Initial Permit Cost (Building)​ ​Renewal Cost
Flat Fee / Trade Permits $90​ ​$90 per renewal
​All other permits – 1st Renewal ​Various ​$200 or 25% of the initial building fee whichever is greater
All other permits – 2nd Renewal​ ​Various ​$200 or 50% of the initial building fee whichever is greater
​All other permits – 3rd Renewal ​Various ​$200 or 75% of the initial building fee whichever is greater
​All other permits – 4th Renewal ​Various ​$200 or 100% of the initial building fee whichever is greater
  
 Please contact us at 941.743.1201 if you have any questions. Thank you.
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