Public Works

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documentPencil  The Public Works Department issues permits for all work to be done in the public right-of-way. Some Building Permits may require a Public Works sub-permit. Please complete the permit application front and back.  Also submit two set of plans signed and sealed.  Within the City of Doral there different jurisdiction All contractors need to be registered with the City in order to obtain permits.   Please find below the required forms in order to start the process.  For your convenience you can access the PW Fee Sheet to estimate the cost of your permit fees. 

To schedule a Public Works Inspection, please contact us at 305.593.6740 (Monday - Friday) except legal holidays, from 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

AdobeIcon1  Permit Application


Please see the fee schedule for the different types of fee for permits within the Public Works Department.

AdobeIcon2 Permit Fee - Sheet


Click on link below for Covenant of Construction Within Right of Way.

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