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NOTE:

TO SEARCH BUILDING JOB ACTIVITY FROM 1992 THROUGH AUGUST 2, 2009. CLICK ON THE ICON BELOW

Building system Information
 

NOTE: FOR NEW PERMITS AFTER AUGUST 3, 2009, CLICK ON THE ICON BELOW.

New Permits after August 3, 2009

Building Division Hours
“Note: The deadline for scheduling inspection for the following business days is 5 PM.”

(Effective Tuesday, October 21, 2008)
Monday through Thursday
7:00 AM - 5:45 PM
Closed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Re:  “Affidavit of Awareness of Homeowners’ Association Regulations” requirement
Effective 8/2/07 it is a City requirement to receive an Affidavit of Awareness of Homeowners’ Association Regulations for all residential jobs for exterior renovations.  No job will be approved until this form has been submitted.  The affidavit form (#01) can be located in Building Division’s lobby as well as at:

http://services.ppines.com/fire/building/fire-getforms.html

A mailing fee will be charged when applicable.

“Owner/Builders and Contractors may schedule inspections online. Owner/Builders may use a PIN number and permit number to use this service. The PIN number is located in the upper right corner of the Building Division Permit Application paperwork, or contact Building Division to obtain the PIN.  Contractors may contact the Building Division to obtain their code. A contractor’s code and permit number are required for contractors to use this service.”

Click onto Job Information for:

Inspection lists
Inspection results
Job status

and lots more useful and helpful information.  To access, simply click onto job information link and provide one of the following:

Job number
Application number
Permit number

Objectives of the Building Division

Licensing
Protect resident consumers in Pembroke Pines from unlicensed contractors.
Provide information to homeowners about "Notice of Commencement."
Verify licenses, insurance and registration requirements for contractors as required by State, County and Municipal Code.

Field Inspection
Provide timely inspections.
Comply with mandatory inspection guidelines established by the Board of Rules and Appeals.
Ensure high-quality inspections by maintaining appropriate field inspector workloads (inspections/ day/ inspector).

Incomplete or expired permits

Reduce expired permits.   Verify that permits have been obtained for work covered under the Building Code. 

Permit Processing
Maintain acceptable length of time for plan review and permit processing.