A permit is the document that issues consent to move forward on a building project. Qualified professionals have examined the impact a project is likely to have on available resources and infrastructure. Roads, bridges, water, sewer and fire services are examples of the services a project may impact. The permitting process begins with the review of plans and ends with a Certificate of Occupancy or Certificate of Completion. The City of Miami Beach Building Department administers most of the processes for projects occurring within the City of Miami Beach.
To process your permit, the City of Miami Beach offers a variety of services:
- Abandoned Permit Applications
- As Built Requirements
- CAP (Miami Beach Citizen Access Portal)
- Drop Off Plan Review
- EnerGov CAP and IVR Training Manual
- Expedited Plan Review
- Expired Permits
- Inspections Routes
- Low Voltage Alarm Labels
- Municipal Electronic DERM Plan Review
- Notice of Commencement (NOC)
- Online Quick Pay
- Permit Application
- Permit Cancellation
- Permit Extension
- Permit Renewal
- Permit Search
- Phased Permit-Information
- Phased Permit-Packet
- Photovoltaic (PV) Systems
- Pre-Submittal Consultation Information
- Private Provider
- Walk Thru
To manage Building Permits and Inspections, please log on in CAP (Citizen Access Portal).
To search for permit information, enter your permit number in the Permit Fields (see below).
To check for Inspections Routes & Results, click here or in the picture below:
Homeowner’s PERMIT ASSISTANCE
Visit our Homeowner’s Permit Assistance Counter located at the first floor of City Hall for personalized assistance with the Building Department’s processes. With proof of residency, all single family and condominium unit owners are entitled to special assistance with their permitting needs. The Hours of Operation are Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. You may contact the Homeowner’s Permit Assistance Counter at 305.673.7610 x 6956.