The Building Division implements the minimum requirements of the Florida Building Code (FBC) and Broward County Administrative Provisions currently in effect to safeguard the public health, safety, and general welfare. Our responsibility is to ensuring compliance with the Florida Building Code and the laws and regulations set forth by the City of Hallandale Beach. In this capacity, the division:
- Reviews residential, commercial and accessory structure building plans;
- Issues applicable trade building permit, such as, plumbing, irrigation, mechanical, and electrical permits for new residential and commercial construction as well as permits for additions, alterations/repairs to existing structures;
- Performs building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, miscellaneous and sign inspections;
- Processes Certificate of Occupancy ;
- Registers licensed contractors (electrical, mechanical, plumbing, and irrigation) to perform work;
- Provides building code and unsafe structure enforcement; and
- Educates and conducts public safety and awareness programs.
For more information about how the Building Division can help you or your business, please stop by our offices or call us at (954) 457-1383 or email us at: energovcapteam@Hallandalebeachfl.gov
Citizen Access Portal
For questions please e-mail us at energovcapteam@Hallandalebeachfl.gov
400 South Federal Highway
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
Phone: 954-457-1383Fax: 954-457-1488
Building Division's Counter Hours
Effective October 28, 2019
7:00 am - 5:30 pm
Monday -Thursday (Excluding Holidays)
Customers with questions requiring extensive assistance must be in line by 5:00 pm
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