The mission of the building staff, inspectors and plan reviewers is to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Miramar by faithfully upholding Federal, State, County and City laws, regulations and ordinances to ensure the highest built environment for our jurisdiction.
The Building Division provides the following services:
- HOMES 15 YEARS OR OLDER: The City of Miramar is not likely to have records (blue prints, etc.) to satisfy public records requests for residents who live in structures built more than fifteen years ago.
- Residents should call the Building Division at (954) 602-3200
for information before beginning any Home Improvement
Project. We will assist you with the permitting process.
- Download Application Packages from the Document Center tab below.
The process coordinates a team of permit clerks, zoning examiners and structural plan reviewers.
The team reviews all pertinent documents and drawings.
This allows customers to receive permits immediately instead of going through the normal process which takes about a week.
- Tuesdays 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. for Homeowners & Contractors
At The Miramar Town Center
2200 Civic Center Place, Miramar FL 33025
For more information, call (954) 602-3200
Contractors are asked to register with the City of Miramar prior to coming for quick service.
The Miramar Building Code Compliance Section is responsible for investigating all violations of the Florida Building Code. Violations range from unlicensed contractors and unpermitted construction work to all unresolved violations of the applicable building codes. Violations are investigated for validity by the Building Code Compliance Inspectors.
Building Code Compliance Violation Process:
Code Violations are reported by the public and other County/State agencies through complaint letters, or phone calls. The Florida Building Code mandates the Building Official to issue Notices of Violations and Citations, which carry a civil penalty of up to $500.00 for any person, firm, corporation or agent who commences work without first applying for a building permit. Any such person, firm, corporation or agent who fails to comply with a Notice of Violation or Citation may be brought before the Unsafe Structure Board or the Municipal Court for disciplinary action.
If you have observed or witnessed a building code compliance violation, you may:
A Garage Sale is defined as, “any sale of used merchandise owned by the person conducting the sale or his/her immediate family.” All items for the sale must be displayed in a garage, carport or roofed porch (if applicable), or yard.
You are required to obtain a Garage Sale permit from the Miramar Building Division, 2200 Civic Center Place, at a cost of $10 (cash only). You are permitted to have one (1) Garage Sale in each six (6) month period. The sale may not exceed three (3) consecutive days.
Any person hosting a Garage Sale is permitted only one sign to advertise your sale. The sign shall be posted on your property. You are not permitted to post Garage Sale signs anywhere else in the City. Signs of this nature are not allowed on any public median or roadway. Please post your permit in front of your home during the sale to prevent Code Compliance and Police personnel from requesting to see your permit.
If you need additional information, please call (954) 602-3200.
|Why doesn't the Online Permit Search system recognize my Permit Number?|
|Permit numbers must always be entered with the dash (example BLD06-00317) when doing an on-line permit search.|
|How long does it take to issue a permit?|
It usually takes between three to five business days, and 15 business days for commercial projects. We also have quick service available for single structural residential permits (i.e. Roofing, windows, shutters, driveways) on Tuesdays between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 10 a.m.
|Can I schedule a time for my inspection?|
Yes. Building Division Inspectors can be contacted between 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. on the morning of a scheduled inspection to get a window of time when the inspector will arrive at the job site or to ask questions about the previous day’s inspections. Applicants can also call between 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to speak to inspectors at (954) 602-3200 using the following extensions: Structural: 3209, 3215, 3216 / Electrical: 3212, 3228/ Plumbing: 3204 / Mechanical: 3201, 3214
|Can I check the status of my Code Compliance Case online?|
Not yet. This service is not available at this time but the City of Miramar is working to get this service online in the near future. To check the status of your Code Compliance Case, contact:
|Can I schedule an inspection online?|
Not yet. This service is not available at this moment, but the City of Miramar is working to get this service in the near future.
|Can contractors register during Quick Service?|
|No. Contractors are asked to register with the City of Miramar prior to coming for quick service.|
|Contact inspectors to get a time frame on inspection day.|
Building Division Inspectors can be contacted between 7:30 a.m. and 8 a.m. on the morning of a scheduled inspection to get a window of time when the inspector will arrive at the job site or to ask questions about the previous day’s inspections. Applicants can also call between 3:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. to speak to inspectors at (954) 602-3200 using the following extensions: Structural: 3209, 3215, 3216 / Electrical: 3212, 3228/ Plumbing: 3204 / Mechanical: 3201, 3214
- Broward County Board of Rules and Appeals
- Building Officials Association of Florida
- South Florida Building Officials Association
- Division of State Fire Marshall
- Florida Building Code Online, click here to check latest updates.
- Florida Building Commission
- Florida Department of Community Affairs Building Code Information System
- Miami-Dade County Product Approval Division
- National Fire Protection Association
- Institute for Business and Home Safety