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All improvements, modifications, and/or additions to all existing structures shall be calculated cumulatively for ten years from the date of the initial permit date. Additionally, all reconstruction and/or repairs to a damaged structure shall be calculated cumulatively for ten years from the date of the initial permit date. More information about the FEMA 50% Rule is on our Municode online: Sec. 86-71. - Calculating substantial improvement and damage. Call the Building Department 727-474-7786 for more information and to fill out the forms.
NOTE: Owners pulling their own permits can hire laborers to help you in the construction, however, you must supervise any of the laborers you hire. You can enter into a contract for the different categories of work (electrical, mechanical, plumbing, etc.) as long as the person you hire is a licensed contractor. Owner/Builder Affidavit filled out in person only
NOTE: A survey for the property must be submitted with your permit application and it must be current (within 6 months) per the Building Official.
Yes, the Building Official will do an In-progress inspection once you have torn off the top layer and we can inspect the underlayment, this allows the code compliant roof work to proceed. Preferably, the in-progress inspection should have the roof loaded, so that we can see the final roofing material being installed. Failure to call for an in-progress inspection may result in discipline by the PCCLB. A Roofing Affidavit could be required please inquire with the Building Department 727-464-7786.
All inspections are scheduled Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 10:00 AM AND 3:00 PM.
The Town of Indian Shores does not have rental restrictions, you will need to contact your condo association or speak to the owner. For further information please call the building department or visit https://myfloridalicense.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/754/kw/what%20statute%20covers%20condo's who regulates rentals.