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Final decisions on public hearing applications may vary depending on the type of application. All applicants who are going through the public hearing process must wait for a final decision by the City Council before they can proceed with a building permit application.
Yes. The City of Homestead’s Department of Development Services handles all tree related permits. Applications are available at the Building Division permit counter in City Hall, 100 Civic Court, Homestead, Florida or 305-224-4500.
Yes. If you want to add a room, pool house, or garage to your home, you will need a building permit. To obtain a permit you must first submit two (2) sets of signed and sealed plans (plans can be drawn by either an architect or an engineer). Please verify and contact with our Building Division at (305) 224-4500 to obtain information about plans submittal and to answer any questions you may have before embarking on your project.