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City of St. Pete Beach Permits

To view license requirements, definition, exams, books, and classes, please visit Pinellas County.



The following are all Trades you are able to apply for:

  • Electrical
  • Fill
  • Fire Sprinkler
  • Mechanical
  • Grading
  • Fire Alarm
  • Plumbing
  • Gas
  • Excavation
  • Gas
  • Roofing
  • Sign
  • Seawalls
  • Pool installation

Tree Removal

The following is a set of guidelines for the following Permits:

  • Permits are valid for three months from the date it was issued
  • Removal should not be schedulded until a tree removal permit application has been approved

Temporary Use

The purpose of a temporary use permit is to allow activities that are not intended to be permanent

  • A complete and signed application. Incomplete applications will not be processed and will be returned
  • A parcel map locating the existing use and proposed temporary use
  • A completed and signed agent authorization form if someone else will be representing the property owner at the public hearing
  • Cash or check made payable to the City of St. Pete Beach for the amount of the application
  • Any additional information requested by staff


The following is a check list for the following Permits:

  • Before any work is begun by you or your contractor, file a Notice of Commencement with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
  • Before you file the Notice of Commencement be sure to check with your construction moneylender, as premature filing may affect your loan
  • Post a certified copy of the Notice of Commencement in a conspicuous place on the front of the property where the work will take place


The Extension Permits give you more time if needed on your curret project For 90 days