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Not usually. Unless the fence is supported by brick, block or concrete columns - then a permit is required. Must check with Zoning on set back requirements.
We use one application for most all building permits. Additional affidavits, plans, site plans, etc may be required depending on the work being performed.
Please visit our Permit Package webpage for more information.
Central Permitting is also responsible for assessing and residential collecting impact fees.The Link for Impact Fees is shown below: http://fl-pascocounty.civicplus.com/Admin/DocumentCenter
(Impact Fees effective 1-1-18 will apply to all Permit Applications submitted after 12-31-17).
Several permits are available online please follow the link to Pasco County Online Permitting:
For other systems, the supported internet browsers are Internet Explorer 11, Google Chrome 42, Mozilla Firefox 37 and Safari 8. Any other versions of these browsers are not supported and may cause functional issues. Please update or switch versions in order to have the best possible experience with our program.
At this time only certain types of permits are available online without coming in to a Central Permitting location. Those types of permit are: Ground Settlement - Investigation Reroof - Hurricane Mitigation Re-Roof Re-Roof - Non-Hurricane Mitigation Re-Roof All Materials Re-Roof - Shingle Over Shingle Residential AC Change Out Residential AC Duct Work Residential Add-Modify Gas System Tank Residential Electrical Service Change, Upgrade Residential Electrical Underground Service Associated with New Construction (Early Power Release) Residential Water Heater or Plumbing System NOT including Softener, Conditioners, Filter Residential Water Softener, Conditioners, Filter.
Central Permitting Online Link - Utilize this link to complete the permits online for the permit types referenced above.
For all other types of permit, you must apply in person at a Central Permitting Location. At this time, all commercial permits must be applied for at the New Port Richey location only.