Do I need a permit for a fence?
Yes, Sec. 110-397. - Permit required.
A building permit must be obtained before any fence or wall may be installed or erected. Before a building permit is issued, the applicant shall submit a sealed drawing or plan showing, as appropriate, the location of the proposed structure in relation to existing or proposed buildings on both the same lot and adjacent lots, the CCCL (Coastal Construction Control Line) and Gulf Boulevard. The type or design of the structure and the materials to be used shall also be provided.
(Code 1979, § 23-27(3))

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.

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1. Why do I need a permit?
2. Substantial Improvement/Substantial Damage
3. As an owner, can I pull my own permit?
4. Are "Residential Contractors" allowed to work in Condominiums?
5. Do I need a permit for a fence?
6. How long is a permit valid?
7. Do I need an In-Progress for Roofing?
8. When are inspections done?
9. Does the town have rental restrictions?