The Town of Redington Beach Building Department

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    EFFECTIVE JUNE 17TH, 2024, ALL NEW BUILDING PERMITS WILL BE ISSUED BY THE TOWN OF REDINGTON SHORES BUILDING DEPARTMENT.

  • ALL ongoing building permits issued by SAFEBUILT before June 17th, 2024, will CONTINUE to work with SAFEBUILT until the permit is closed out.
  • NEW BUILDING DEPARTMENT PHONE NUMBER: 727-262-2218
  • NEW BUILDING DEPARTMENT ADDRESS: 17425 GULF BLVD., REDINGTON SHORES, FL 33708
  • NEW BUILDING DEPARTMENT WEBSITE AND PERMIT PORTAL: COMING SOON

Building Official: Mark Vasquez, CBO, CFM

The Town of Redington Beach building department adheres to and enforces the current edition of the Florida Building Code for the construction, alteration, and maintenance of buildings and structures for the protection of residents and property.   Our experienced staff reviews plans, issues permits, and inspects all construction work to ensure compliance with codes and ordinances.

The Town requires building permits for new construction, additions, interior alterations, alarm systems, pools and spas, roofing, fences, signs, patio covers and enclosures, garages, windows, sheds, driveways, sidewalks, and work on electrical, plumbing, mechanical, and gas systems.

Online Portal COMING SOON

You will soon be able to use our Online Portal for submitting permits. Due to the process of acquiring Redington Beach permitting and the data migration of permits, the online portal is not yet available. Please submit Redington Beach permit applications and supporting documents to bldgdept@redshoresfl.com

Online Portal COMING SOON!

 

Please review our permit guide.

Contractors

EFFECTIVE JUNE 24, 2024, state certified contractors no longer have to register with PCCLB to perform work in Pinellas County. State certified contractors no longer have to renew their annual registrations with the PCCLB.

The Town of Redington Beach ordinance requires that all contractors be licensed in the State of Florida.

  1. When applying for a permit, contact the Town of Redington Beach building department to have your state license validated.  Under state statute, we must verify the license status of all contractors before issuing a permit.
  2. Under state statute, every building department must verify the insurance status of all contractors before issuing a permit. Please provide copies of your general liability and workers’ compensation insurance and/or workers’ comp exemption listing the Town of Redington Beach as the certificate holder.

Residential Homeowners

Residential homeowners of one or two-family homes can apply for an Owner Builder permit. An owner’s affidavit must be submitted with your permit application.  The Owner Builder Affidavit can be found under “FORMS” below.

Documents

There are a variety of forms and documents needed for each permit type. These include signed contract agreements with homeowners; product approval numbers (windows, doors, etc.); site surveys, drawings, etc. A copy of the recorded Notice of Commencement (NOC) is also needed for work that exceeds a $5000. The NOC is recorded at the courthouse. For this and all other forms, see FORMS below.

Inspections

  • All permits require building inspections.
  • Inspections are performed Monday, Wednesday and Friday
  • The cutoff time for next day inspections is 3:00 pm.
  • You may call 727-262-2218 for inspections between the hours of 8:30 am and 3:00 pm, email bldgdept@redshoresfl.com or log into your online account and schedule through the portal.
  • For Fire Inspections call Seminole Fire Dept. (727) 393-8711. Please provide a copy of your fire inspection to the building department.

Inspections results can be viewed on the permit portal, or you can call 727-262-2218 or email the building department: bldgdept@redshoresfl.com

Fees

Click here for the Town of Redington Shores fee schedule. You can pay fees through the online portal via credit card or check or you can stop by town hall during business hours. There will be a 3% fee added when paying with a credit or debit card and a $2.00 flat fee when paying with a check through the portal.

Hours of Construction

Work is allowed between the hours of 7 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday and 9 A.M. to 3 P.M Saturday. No such work may be done outside of these hours, legal holidays, or on Sundays.

Construct Standards

  • Clean up and remove construction debris daily or dumpster. All new developments shall utilize erosion/runoff control devices during construction and prior to any earthwork.
  • Permit Placard, Notice of Commencement, Approved Site and Building Plans must be posted on site in permit box or dry location by front door.
  • A certificate of protective treatment for the prevention of termites is required prior to pouring slabs for and/or under living space. Tie-in Surveys required at the time the foundation is placed.
  • FEMA Requirements & Certification: An elevation certificate/flood proofing certification is Front, sides and rear setbacks must be indicated along with all existing impervious surfaces. required for new structures or substantial improvements and additions to post-FIRM structures located in the Town of Redington Shores prior to receiving a framing inspection.
  • FINAL SURVEY REQUIRED AT OR PRIOR TO FINAL INSPECTION: Surveys must be original with signature and seal affixed and include: Lowest floor elevation (LFE) or structure; Front, sides and rear setbacks must be indicated; Structure, pool, mechanical equipment, driveways, sidewalks, etc. must be indicated and setbacks shown.
  • All codes, ordinances, policies, and regulations for Florida Building Code (FBC), Pinellas Gulf Beaches Coastal Construction Code (PGBCCC); Town of Redington Shores (Town) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) must be complied with.

Obtaining a Certificate of Occupancy (C/O)

Before a C/O can be issued the following must be completed. All final inspections; all required certifications and documentation must be provided All new construction requires a final zoning inspection for C/O.

  • All final inspections complete
  • Final survey
  • Final elevation certificate
  • Coastal A Zone or Coastal V Zone certificate
  • Driveway Agreement
  • Final termite certificate
  • Recorded non-conversion agreement
  • Blower door test
  • Insulation Certificate
  • Energy Performance Level (EPL) display card
  • Building Official’s Approval of CO

Forms

* If you need help reading any of these documents, please contact us or call us at 727-397-5538.

 

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