This form is to be used when you wish to apply for permission to construct or renovate various buildings, mechanics, electrics and/or other items located on a parcel.
This form is to be used for permit with a job value of $2,500 or more ($7,500 for mechanical)
This form is needed for any homeowner completing or supervising his or her own permitted work.
Per 9A-4 of the Town Code of Ordinances a tree removal permit is required to remove any tree on your porperty.
Use this application to apply for a secondary use allowable in a specific zoning district.
Use this application if you wish to construct or renovate a structure located in a Coastal Setback area.
This form is required for all Mortgage holders within the Town of Melbourne Beach. Failure to complete this form may result in liens being assessed to property in the event of foreclosure.
Use this application to apply for a relaxation of the terms of Article IX, Chapter 4A (Construction Requirements for Flood Protection), Chapter 5A (Coastal Setback Regulations), or Chapter 7A (Zoning) of the Land Development Code where such variance will not be contrary to the public interest and where, owing to conditions peculiar to the property or lot of record, and not caused by the applicant prior to filing an application, a literal enforcement of this Land Development Code would result in unnecessary and undue hardship.
This application is used if you intend to utilize a space in your home for a business office, where you conduct record keeping, telephone calls and/or internet sales. Commercial vehicle or equipment storage is NOT permitted on residential property. Also, you may NOT receive customers or deliveries at your residential business.
This application is used if you have a business office, shop or facility within the Town limits of Melbourne Beach, which is NOT in a residentially zoned area.
This application should be returned to Town Hall. It will need the approval of the Chief of police, the Building Official, the Town Manager and the Town Clerk.
This form is used when you wish to appeal the Board of Adjustment for a decision made by the Building Official.