What type of work requires a permit?
It is difficult to create such a list without leaving out some type of work that would require a permit, but the list below should help:

- New Residential
- Roofing
- Fences
- Patio Slabs
- Sidewalks
- Demolitions
- Gas
- Air Conditioning
- Water Heaters
- Windows/Doors

- New Commercial
- Pools
- Sheds
- Driveways
- Carports
- House Moves
- Electric
- Fire Sprinklers
- Mechanical Work

- Residential
- Commercial
- Signs
- Screen Enclosures
- Garages/Garage Doors
- New Mobile Homes & Replacements
-Tree Removal

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1. Do I have to get a permit to work on my own home?
2. Can I act as my own contractor?
3. How much does a building permit cost?
4. How many sets of drawings are required?
5. How long does it take to get a building permit?
6. What type of work requires a permit?
7. How do I determine if I am in a flood zone, and if flood insurance required?
8. Will I need a permit to remove trees?
9. What is a protected tree?
10. What is DBH?
11. Do I need a permit to remove a protected tree?
12. What criteria used to determine if a permit will be approved?
13. What trees are exempt from permitting?
14. Do I need a permit to prune or trim a protected tree?
15. How much does a tree removal permit cost?
16. Do I have to replace trees being removed?
17. What is a replacement tree?
18. My neighbor’s tree is hanging over my property, can I prune it?
19. How do I trim a palm tree?
20. What happens if a tree is illegally removed or pruned illegally beyond repair?
21. Can I plant a tree on my property?
22. Who do I contact for maintenance of the trees in city right- of- ways or easements?