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Posted on: June 28, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Want to check the status of your permit? These are the ways

Permitting information

Permitting is obviously a hot topic with all of the rebuilding that is happening as we continue recovery from Hurricane Ian. 

We've condensed all of the website links and email contacts here: 

1) If a complete permit application has not yet been received, permit applications can be submitted, or application status can be researched, using the IWorQ citizen engagement portal:
2) Once a complete permit application is received, a permit number is created and the permit is created in the iWorQ permit portal. From this point, to check the permit status, pay fees, print permits and approved job site plans, schedule inspections, and check inspection results, here is the link to the iWorQ permit portal: 
3) To schedule an inspection, using the same link ( and enter the permit number. Click search and click request an inspection. You will need an access code which will be emailed to the permit holder upon issuance of the permit. If you do not know your access code please request it by emailing
4) All permitting-related emails, resubmittals and to add additional documents to the application after initial online submittal, permitting questions, etc., email:
5) Inspections questions or cancellation requests, email:
6) To send in contractor registration, copies of licenses, and insurance (liability and workers compensation) proof of insurance, email:
7) Permitting information
8) Replying to a plan review rejection letter

Building Services and Permitting
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