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City of Milton Permits

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Permits

For more information about permit Fees, please visit the City of Milton Permits fees The following permits require anybody applying to fill out the information listed.

Sign

  • Scaled drawing of site with streets and building locations with appropriate setbacks
  • Engineering calculations of footer and wind load certification
  • Scaled sketch of sign and advertising area
  • Applications within the Historic district may require approval from the Historic Preservation Board
  • Attach the State of Florida Department of Transportation’s fully completed application, if applicable

Stormwater Complaint

  • Property Address
  • Property Parcel
  • Owner Property
  • Owner Mailing Address
  • Renter of Properrty
  • Renter Mailing Address

Temporary

  • A letter of permission from the property owner must be submitted if the applicant does not own the property where the special event is being held
  • Three copies of a site plan indicating tent size and type of surface over which the tent will be installed must be submitted with the application for a tent/canopy permit. A site inspection will be made within three (3) calendar days of application
  • A copy of the Florida Beverages Commission permit is required at the time of application and prior to event approval if alcohol is going to be sold
  • Off‐site signage is not permitted
  • A life safety inspection must be performed for each tent/canopy event

Tree Removal

  • Any tree that is diseased, injured and in danger of falling, or whose continued existence threatens public health and/or safety
  • The protected tree is located in such proximity to existing or proposed structures that the utility or structural integrity of such structures is materially impaired
  • The protected tree materially interferes with the location, servicing or functioning of public utility lines or service
  • The protected tree obstructs views of on-coming ground traffic or otherwise creates a substantial hazard to such traffic, or where removal of the protected tree is necessary to comply with state and/or federal requirements or is necessary to obtain state or federal financial assistance

Site Development and/or Land Disturbing

  • Site Address
  • Property ID
  • Developer/Owner
  • Developer’s Address
  • Contact Person
  • Phone Number
  • Consultant/Engineer
  • Certified Contractor
  • Contractor Phone

Fence

  • Applicant
  • Address
  • Owner
  • Contractor
  • Phone

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