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Find more about Plan Review on the Permits website, including:
- Alternative Plan Review & Inspections
- Approved as Noted Criteria
- Commercial Plan Review
- Concurrent Plans Processing
- Cookie Cutter Program
- Fire Plan Review
- Overall Guidelines
- Private Providers
- Residential Plan Review
Electrical Plan Review
Residential and Commercial Electrical Plan Review documents.
Environmental Plan Review
Environmental Plan Review required documents.
Mechanical Plan Review
Residential and Commercial Mechanical Plan Review documents and "Approved as Noted" Criteria.
Plumbing Plan Review
Residential and Commercial Plumbing Plan Review documents and "Approved as Noted" Criteria.
Public Works Plan Review
Residential and Commercial Public Works Plan Review documents and "Approved as Noted" Criteria.
Zoning Plan Review
Zoning Plan Review required documents.
Federal regulations require certain permit applicants to obtain a Sewer Capacity Certification letter before being issued a building permit. Any construction or change of use that will cause an increase in wastewater discharge to a sewer will need a certification letter. This includes such things as changing a single-family house to a duplex, adding extra seats to a restaurant, adding a new doctor to a practice, or building a new house.
The Department in 2012 conducted a presentation for design professionals on Sanitary Sewer System Capacity Certification. For more information, call 786-315-2800.
Sewer Extension Permits are reviewed at Environmental Resources Management’s Overtown Transit Village (OTV) office located at 701 NW 1st Court, 7th Floor. Any new applications, documents or plans submitted at the Permitting & Inspection Center will be forwarded to the OTV office via interoffice mail. For more information, call 305-372-6600.
New floodplain requirements
To learn more about new floodplain requirements that came into effect in March 2012, visit the Flood Protection page.
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