Town of Redington Beach Building Department
The Town of Redington Beach Building Department is staffed by Florida Municipal Services, Inc., a private company dedicated to providing full-service building departments to municipalities throughout Florida. The Building Department provides building plan and site reviews and building inspections within the Town of Redington Beach, per Florida Building Code. The plan review and inspection functions include all commercial and residential construction plan and site reviews, inspections of these structures while under construction, and the tracking and reporting of permits issued and completed inspections. The Building Department may also disseminate building code information and ADA Standards.
To Obtain a Building Permit:
To begin the permitting process, submit a completed permit application package to the Building Department for review. For guidance in completing the package please refer to the Permit Application Checklist located to the right in the “Permit Checklists Box” section. Each permit is reviewed to comply with local land use designation, ordinances, the 5th Edition (2014) Florida Building Code, 2011 National Electrical Code, the National Fire Prevention Code, and the Energy Conservation Code. Planning & Zoning clearance and site plan review will be performed concurrent with the review of the building permit application. Building Permit Applications, Permit Application Checklists, and all forms are available for pick up at the Building Department and most forms are available to print from this website. You may click on the desired form in the “Permit Application” or “Permit Checklist Box” located to the right on this page. After the permit is reviewed and approved, you will be notified that it is ready for issue. Payment may be made by check, credit or debit card. No cash payments can be received.
Current Codes Enforced:
- 6th Edtion (2017) Florida Building, 2014 National Electric Code, Plumbing, Mechanical, Gas, Residential, Existing Building Codes, & Energy Conservation Code
- National Fire Prevention Code
- Any Town ordinance or State statute which affects building and development
Commercial Fire Review:
Commercial projects requiring fire safety inspections and plan review will be routed by the Building Department to the City of Seminole Fire Rescue Department.
Contractors applying for a building permit must submit a current copy of the following items:
- Pinellas County Contractor Licensing Board (PCCLB) Competency Card or Registration
- State License (if applicable)
- Certificate of Insurance for General Liability & Workers’ Compensation (or Workers’ Compensation Exemption Certificate). The Certificate Holder must be listed as: Town of Redington Beach, C/O Florida Municipal Services, Inc., 18001 Gulf Blvd., Redington Shores, FL 33708.
Permit fees are based on cost of construction or ICC valuation tables. The minimum permit fee is $91. A link to the Permit Fee Schedule is in the “Forms” box on the right side of this page.
Methods of Payment Accepted:
The following methods of payment are accepted:
- Credit or Debit Cards: Master Card, Visa, Discover, Diner’s Club
- Business or Personal Checks
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. Please review the municode library at municode.com/library/fl/redington_beach/codes/code_of_ordinances Part II Code for the Town of Redington Beach to become familiar with other Ordinances of the Town prior to applying for a permit or commencing work.
The Town of Redington Beach Building Department inspects commercial/industrial, residential/multi-family projects. All Building Code, Site/Zoning, and Fire (commercial) Inspections must be successfully performed and approved before a Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Completion can be issued.
To Schedule an Inspection
Provide permit number, project address, type of inspection, and contact information by 3:00 pm one business day prior to date of inspection via any contact method below. Inspections requiring special arrangements are to be called in at least two business days prior, if possible. The Permit Card and Field Inspection Report must be posted on-site and accessible to the inspector.
Notice of Commencement
A signed, notarized Notice of Commencement must be recorded at the Pinellas County Recorder’s office for building projects which exceed $2,500 cost of construction ($7,500 for mechanical/air conditioning). It must be posted at the jobsite prior to the first inspection.
Permits will expire 180 days from date of issue unless an inspection is performed and approved prior to expiration. Each approved inspection extends expiration date for an additional 180 days. The permit may be extended by submitting an extension request in writing to the Building Department prior to expiration date.