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Do you need to place a sign on your property?
The Orlando City Code allows for adequate and effective signage while encouraging standards that support pleasant and attractive residential and business neighborhoods.
The city encourages you to enlist a sign professional to help navigate the permitting process. Sign contractors must be licensed by the State of Florida, have a business tax receipt from the City of Orlando and have worker's compensation records and a bond on file with the city.
You must fill out a Building Permit application and email it to email@example.com.
You will need:
The City of Orlando allows you to submit your plans digitally so you can have them reviewed online. You will receive an email after we process your Building Permit application. It will give you a link to ProjectDox and a temporary password.
Look up Your Permit
We will email you payment instructions once we approve your permit application. Fees vary greatly and are calculated based on the estimated cost of your sign project.
You can view any fees that are due and pay them using our Permit Lookup tool.
After fees have been paid and reviews have been approved, we will email you to let you know your plans are available for download. Login to ProjectDox and download your plans from the Approved folder.
Don't forget to print the approved plans and post them at your project site.
You can use our Permit Lookup tool to schedule your inspection and ensure that the status is final.
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400 South Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida 32801
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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