Class VI Permit
The Class VI Permit is needed for construction of drainage systems to be installed in non-residential projects.
The Class VI permit is needed to protect the environment from potential environmental hazards generated as by-products of non-residential projects.
Before you start work,
- Zoning approval from a local municipality or Miami-Dade County (if you are in unincorporated Miami-Dade) is required prior to construction activity.
- Depending on the features of each project, a Class IV permit may be required.
There may be instances when a permit that is not listed here is required. We encourage you to call 305-372-6681 to discuss your particular case or to receive additional information.
- It takes approximately 30 days to process the Class VI Permit.
- The Class VI Permit fees are listed in the Fee Schedule.
- The Class VI Permit is valid for one year and it is renewable.
- Those requiring a time extension for a Class VI (or Class II, Class III, Class V) permit need to submit the Time Extension Application 30 days before the permit expires.
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