Mobile Home Installers Licenses and some Local County Contractor Licenses will be expiring on 9/30/2021. Please visit our Accela 2 website and register for an account if you have not already done so.
You will be receiving an email next month with instructions on how to renew online.
If you are unable to renew online, you can download the attached form: State Certified Contractor Maintenance Form and email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org requesting to renew your license and we will then send you further instructions.
You can call our office if you need additional help on what is needed to renew your license at (727) 847-8009.
Central Permitting’s Contractor Licensing system has been upgraded to electronic submittals in order to make it more convenient for licensed professionals to register and renew their State and Local licenses. All steps of the registration can now be performed from the comfort of your home. Instructional videos on the Accela: New Residential Only website will help customers navigate the new Citizen Access portal.
Note: If you would like to search to see if a contractor is active in our county, please call 727-847-8009 OR you may email us- stating their name, business name, and license number.
Our mission is to serve our constituents by ensuring all contractors that provide a service for our citizens in our community are properly licensed and insured. We will accomplish this by providing excellent service, streamlining business processes, implementing innovative technologies, and proactively engaging customers while enforcing all applicable Pasco County regulations.
If you’re a contractor already registered in our system and you need to update your contact information, please create an account in the New Residential Permits Accela and All Other Permits Accela. Then you can email Contractor Licensing so we can make sure the information is updated correctly.
If you’re a homeowner and need to check to see if a contractor your are hiring is licensed, please click on the Accela links above and search the information under the Contractor Licensing tab. You can also email Contractor Licensing the information you are looking for and we will research for you.
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The Contractor Licensing Section stores and processes information related to contractor licensing such as changes of address, Workers’ Compensation, bonds and insurance.
In order for a licensed contractor to be able to pull building permits, be listed as a subcontractor on a building permit and to obtain inspections in unincorporated Pasco County, the contractor must first register with the Contractor Licensing Section.
It is the contractor’s responsibility to ensure that all licensing information on file with Pasco County is current.
Is the property in the name of the individual applying for the permit?
Is or will the structure be rented, leased or intended to be sold?
Will unlicensed workers be supervised by the owner?
Is the structure for use by only the owner?
Does the value of all the work to complete the improvements exceed $75,000?