Orange County Government, Florida

Commercial Fence Permit

Masonry Columns and/or Walls

Process At A Glance

  1. Fences located in the right of way are permitted through Engineering.
  2. Submit the following documentation, as applicable, to Plans Coordination to begin the commercial permit process.
    • Plans Coordination will provide a Building permit number for each application submitted.
    • A nonrefundable plans submittal fee is required at initial plans submittal.
  3. Plans are distributed to other Departments or Divisions, for review. The review process takes approximately 7 days.
  4. When all divisions have reviewed the permit, denial comments may be addressed, corrected and plans resubmitted to Plans Coordination.
    • If a third submittal is required, a 3rd submittal fee will be due.
  5. Fees are assessed by each Division during review. Final fee totals are not available until the permit is ready to be issued.
  6. Once all divisions have approved the permit, contact Plans Coordination to schedule pick up of the plans and issuance of the permit.
  7. Permit fees are paid to the Cashier.
  8. The Inspection Record card, stamped construction documents and payment receipt are returned to the applicant.
  9. Permit is issued and permit fees paid to the Cashier.

Required Tools

  1. Application for Land Use/Building Permit form shall be approved by Zoning.
    • The owners estimated value must be written on the front of the application.
    • Page 2 of the Building Permit Application must be filled out completely when the estimated value exceeds $2,500.00.
  2. Plans Coordination Route Sheet.
  3. Office of the Fire Marshal Plans Routing Sheet.
  4. Four (4) sets of construction documents.
  5. Four (4) sets of the site plan drawn to dimensional scale with fence location indicated.
  6. A licensed contractor will be required for this project.
  7. Any project over $2,500 will require a certified copy of the recorded Notice of Commencement submitted to the Division of Building Safety prior to inspection.
  8. Florida Building Code 2010.
  9. Orange County Ordinance, Chapter 9.

Contact Us

For questions, please call Plans Coordination:

Phone: (407) 836-5760