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Development Services

Pompano Beach City Hall is closed to the public due to the COVID-19 event. The majority of our staff are continuing to work remotely. We are still accepting submissions for permitting online, as well as through our new Dropbox, located on the North Side of City Hall. You can submit the following items in a sealed envelope:

- New Permit Applications & Corrections (include permit #)
- Business Tax Submissions & renewals
- Lien Search Requests & payments
- Planning & Zoning Submissions

Inspections will continue, but are limited to Commercial and Essential Permits at this time. We are temporarily setting the deadline for next day inspections at 4PM to allow Inspectors to prepare for the next day.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause, and thank you for your understanding.

New Projects - Created August 2020

Development Services Department

The Development Services Department is comprised of Building Permitting and Inspections, Planning and Zoning, Urban Forestry and Business Tax Receipt. The Building Inspections Division ensures compliance with minimum standards of the Florida Building Code, including public safety, health and general welfare. Planning and Zoning is primarily tasked with long range city planning, development review of all new projects, and zoning regulation. Urban Forestry oversees the review, implementation and maintenance of landscaping in Pompano Beach through consultation, plan review and inspections. Business Tax Receipt collects business taxes and ensures all businesses have been reviewed for zoning compliance. These divisions work conjointly to deliver quality services to residents, businesses and the development community and to provide the lifestyle of a progressive, modern city atmosphere promised to the community.

Monthly Report

The following information highlights activities in the Development Services Department: March Monthly Report