- Community Development
- Building Permits
The City of Dunnellon enforces state and local regulations in an effort to establish and maintain a quality driven organization that assures the efficient management of all resources and delivery of quality municipal services to all citizens, property owners, and organizations within the city limits. The Community Development Office oversees the building permitting process and takes pride in a smooth and user friendly application process.
Submit a completed, notarized application to the city via email, in person or by carrier (USPS, UPS, FedEx). Plans Examiner will review the application and approve for issue or request additional information. Once approved, applicant will be notified via email that permit is ready to pay & pick up with the fee amount and Instructions. Payment is accepted in person by cash, check or charge (Visa, M/C, Discover) or by mail carrier. Once payment is received, the permit will be issued and hard copies for the job site provided to the applicant or authorized agent. Applications may be emailed to: email@example.com.
The following are types of residential and commercial work requiring a permit: Alterations, Additions or Renovations to Existing Structure; Barns; Decks, Docks, Sheds, Carports; Demolition; Electrical; Gas; HVAC New or Change-out; Irrigation; Plumbing; Roof, Re-roof, Roof-over; Signs (over 32 sq. ft.); Pools / Pool Enclosures; Mobile Home Set Up; New Residential / Commercial Structures.
This list is not all-inclusive. Please contact Community Development with any questions.
Permit Application Documents - Commercial / Residential
Additions Deck / Dock
Electrical FEMA - 50% Rule
Fence Gas - LP
HVAC / Mechanical Modular / Mobile Home
New Construction Renovations
Pool, In-ground Roof
Shed / Carport Sign / Solar
Window / Door Multi-trade, Miscellaneous
Additional Service Request Forms
Change of Contractor Expired / Renew Permit
Permit Extension Plan Revision
To schedule all inspections, please email the Building Department / Inspections or call the office at (352) 465-8500 x1010. Please be prepared to provide permit #, address, type of inspection, and contact information.