Application To Construct 
A Boat Ramp

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Orange County regulates the construction of private and public boat ramps. A permit is required from EPD, prior to obtaining an Orange County Building permit for the ramp. For Division of Building Safety permitting requirements see New Commercial Structure. All new boat ramps require a public hearing and approval by the Orange County Board of County Commissioners.


  1. Complete and submit an Application to Construct a Boat Ramp Facility.
      1. Application can be mailed, delivered or faxed to Orange County Environmental Protection Division (EPD), 3165 McCrory Place, Suite 200 Orlando, Florida 32803. Fax: (407) 836-1499.
      2. Submit application with required materials listed on pages 2 and 3. Note: five (5) copies are required for each document.
      3. As of January 1, 2009, the following forms are required with all permit application submittals:
  2. Application is reviewed for compliance with County regulations by EPD.
  3. EPD will conduct a site review.
  4. EPD will send a Request for Additional Information if needed.
  5. Once the permit application is administratively and technically complete, a public hearing with the Board of County Commissioners will be scheduled.
  6. The Board of County Commissioners will either approve or deny the permit.
  7. The permit will be issued.


  • $182.00 .
  • $409.00 (for appeals and variances).

Contact Us

Environment Protection Division
3165 McCrory Place, Suite 200
Orlando, FL 32803

Phone: (407) 836-1400
Fax: (407) 836-1499

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