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  ePermits User's Guide

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The Permit Process

 

Construction projects must be submitted electronically

Effective January 1, 2019 all New Construction projects must be submitted electronically via ePermites at https://webapps.broward.org/Epermits. No more printing large sets of plans and dragging them around, waiting in long lines, or driving to our office.  Fast.  Efficient. Convenient.​ For more information, check out our Frequently Asked Question​.

ePermit links

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  • Create a new account​

    Start here to create a new ePermits account.
  • Sign into ePermits

    Use this link after you have created an ePermits account.
  • Permits A to Z​

    Useful for those with existing knowledge of permit names. Lists all activities in alphabetical order. Use the search function by entering a word related to your activity. For example, enter "addition" and a list of related permits will display.
  • Homeowner

    Useful for homeowners unfamiliar with the permitting process. Categories include Permits for "Single Family or Mobile Home" and "Condo Owner or Multi Family." Some permit applications are required to be submitted by a licensed contractor or a design professional. The search results may not be a complete listing of the permits required for your project. Please refer to the Contractor or Design Professional page for additional permits that may be required.
  • Contractors

    Useful for contractors. Categories include permits for Environmental, Structural, Electrical, Plumbing, and Mechanical.
  • Design Professional

    Useful for professional designers. Categories include permits for Environmental, Building Construction, and Site Preparation and Land Development.
  • Small Business

    Useful for existing or new businesses. Categories include permits that small businesses often seeks on their own. Some permits are required to be submitted by a licensed contractor or design professional. The search results may not be a complete listing of the permits required for your project. Please refer to the Contractor or Design Professional page for additional permits that may be required. ​​​​
  • ePermit​s User guide (Adobe .PDF)


    If you need help with ePermits, this guide will provide assistance. Click here to download the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader.​
  • Frequently Asked Questions​


    Answers to many of the basic questions about the ePermits process.
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