Building & Planning
PRE-PLAN MEETINGS CAN BE SCHEDULED AS EITHER AN ON-SITE OR IN OFFICE APPOINTMENT BY CALLING THE BUILDING DEPARTMENT. PLEASE SUBMIT ANY APPLICATIONS OR DOCUMENTS FOR THE BUILDING AND PLANNING DEPARTMENT BY ELECTRONIC MEANS SUCH AS EMAIL OR FAX.
INSPECTIONS WILL CONTINUE, BUT SUBJECT TO THE CDC GUIDELINES FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING, AS FOLLOWS; ALL REQUESTS FOR INSPECTIONS MUST BE MADE BY TELEPHONE. 941-778-1005 X210.
The Building and Planning Department is responsible for the building and safety standards for the design, construction, use, and occupancy, of all buildings and structures within the City of Bradenton Beach. We provide plan review, permitting, and inspection services for new construction, additions, renovations, alterations, and remodels to assure all structures meet the minimum life safety standards of State and local building codes adopted by the City of Bradenton Beach. The Florida Building Code and Florida State Statutes regulating building and contractor requirements are accessible online.
RECENTLY UPDATED!! A digital copy of the City Zoning Map may be requested by contacting the Building & Planning department.
Your development experience starts at our Building & Planning Department located at the Bradenton Beach City Hall. Staff will assist you with the processing of your development project and guide you through this somewhat complex process. After all of the reviews and approvals are complete, you will be ready to obtain your building permits.
Permits, Business Tax Receipts and more are available through our online portal
Search for current permits, find out what information you might need to submit an application or make payments using CitizenServe. First time users can create a new user ID and password with their email address. Citizenserve Login and access help information.
The entire City of Bradenton Beach is located within a Flood Zone. Being located on a barrier island can mean additional State and Federal agencies are involved in the permitting process. Florida Department of Environmental Protection or FDEP permits may be required for land development projects. Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA documentation may be required, such as Elevation Certificates or a FEMA 50% Substantial Damage / Substantial Improvement assessment. Additional information can be found on our Flood Information page regarding flood maps, evacuations, storm preparedness and recovery, as well as information the City of Bradenton Beach provides to keep you informed.
Our goal in the City of Bradenton Beach is to provide an effective and efficient service to our citizens, developers, contractors, architects and engineers and provided answers to frequently asked questions and general information about the development process. Information presented is intended to assist you in obtaining information about development standards and requirements for the City of Bradenton Beach. Many questions are answered in the When Do I Need a Permit document found here. However if you do not find the information you need or have further questions please feel free to contact us at 941-778-1005 extension 210, or you can send an email Karen Aiken.
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