This section contains general requirements for different application types. Not all cases are equal, please treat these guidelines as general, if you need specific information call us at 305-593-6700.
|City of Doral Permit Application|
| Electronic Submittal Guidelines
|Shutter Permits||City of Doral Permit Application signed and notarized by owner and contractor, if applicable.
|Fence Permits||City of Doral Permit Application signed and notarized by owner and contractor, if applicable.
|Permit Renewals of Miami-Dade County Expired Permits||City of Doral Permit Application: must be signed and notarized by owner and contractor, if applicable.
|Permit Renewals City of Doral Expired Permits||City of Doral Permit Application: must be signed and notarized by the owner and contractor, if applicable.
|Burglar Alarm Permits||City of Doral Application must be signed and notarized by the owner/tenant and contractor. No plans are required.|
|Fire Alarm Permits||City of Doral Application must be signed and notarized by owner/tenant and contractor. Must be approved by the Fire Department prior to submittal.
|Fire Sprinklers Permits||City of Doral Application must be signed and notarized by owner/tenant and contractor. Must be approved by the Fire Department prior to submittal.
|Permanent Generator||Building permit application
City of Doral Permit Application the application must be signed and notarized by the master permit contractor.
- plans to be revised.
- Commercial project must go to Fire
Sub Permits - Plans not required
City of Doral Permit Application: Application signed and notarized by sub contractor Trade Fee Sheet, fee sheet must match the take off in the master permit file. If it matches we can proceed to issue the sub permit. If the contractor questions the amount they must see the processor.
Sub Permits - Plans required
City of Doral Permit Application. Application signed and notarized by sub contractor. 2 set of plans are required for plan review.
- Permit Process City of Doral
- Permit by Affidavit
- Requirements for Generator
- Homeowner's Association (HOA) Guide to Permitting
Old Post (10/1/13):
All new construction, addition, renovation or change in use resulting in an increase in water consumption will need a Water Supply Certification letter from Miami-Dade County Water and Sewer Department. At the customer's request, a no net increase Water Supply Certification letter will be issued for projects not resulting in an increase in water consumption. The Certification Letter will be issued at the time an Agreement, Verification Form or Ordinance Letter is offered or during the plat process prior to the final Development Order. For more information on Miami-Dade County Water Supply Certification process and requirements, please call Program Manager, Maria A. Valdes, Planning and Water Use Unit at 786-552-8198 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Old Post (9/6/13):
The Mechanical Trade has implemented a new requirement for all residential change out permit type applications. Applicants are to complete the mandatory Florida Building Code 2010, Energy Conservation Duct Inspection Certification for HVAC System Total Replacement form and submit with Permit Application two originals. Each set of plans will have an original stapled to it. Once the permit card has been issued, the Job Site original form is to be taped on to the airhandler. Should you have any questions regarding this new requirement, please contact Chief Mechanical Inspector George Taylor at 305-593-6700.
Floodplain Development Permit Requirements
All buildings under construction require permits. These permits must be obtained prior to commencement of construction activities. Contact the Building and Zoning Departments before you build, alter, regrade or fill your property. If you see any building or filling without a permit posted, please call our Code Compliance Department at 305-593-6680.
Drainage System Maintenance
Proper drainage helps reduce the risk of flooding. It is illegal for the direct or indirect entry of any solid, liquid or gaseous matter into the drainage system other than rainwater run off. The City periodically inspects the drainage system and regularly schedules debris removal operations in order to keep the drainage system at peak performance. You can help in this process by keeping the streets clear of materials and debris that could potentially affect the drainage system. Please report any illegal dumping activities that may affect drainage and/or contaminate the ground water to the Public Works Department at 305.593.6740.
Whether you are celebrating a grand opening, an art show, a tournament or a national holiday, outdoor events are a great way for individuals to come together. But, did you know that outdoor events require the approval of the City and, even more, they often require building permits?
An outdoor event is considered as a temporary use of public or private property for the purpose of hosting concerts, festivals, carnivals, races, triathlons, walks, shows, exhibitions, and the like. To ensure the safety of our residents and to maintain the quality of life of our community, the City of Doral must approve all outdoor events prior to any event taking place.
For requirements, City Council approvals, time frames, forms, and other important information, please access here or visit the Building Department.