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An easement is a right-of-way granted but not dedicated for limited use of private land for a public or quasi-public purpose within which the owner of the property shall not erect any permanent structures. Easements can be seen on the Plat of the subdivision or on an individual survey for the property
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When the job site is ready for inspection, use the NEW online portal to schedule or call the City of Oldsmar Inspection Request Line at 813-749-1171. Leave the permit number, the address to the job site and the type of inspection to be made. Requests made before 3:30 p.m. will receive the inspection the next working day (Monday to Friday).
Multi-modal impact fees are established by the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners, complete list of fees available online or by contacting the Planning & Redevelopment department at 813-749-1121.
You are required to meet Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) regulations. Oldsmar has also adopted stricter regulations than FEMA. These stricter regulations result in lower flood insurance premiums to the citizens of Oldsmar. You are limited over a 15 year period, beginning from the start of construction of the 1st improvements to your building, not to exceed 50% of the buildings value if the building does not currently comply with Flood Zone regulations. Copies of the 50% rule and associated forms are available in our office. No variances to these regulations will be issued.
To register with the city as a contractor, you may register in person or online registration. You will need a copy of your PCCLB, your state license, a certificate of General Liability with the City of Oldsmar as the certificate holder, your workman’s compensation certificate and an original letter of authorization if anyone other than the qualifier will pull the permit. There is no fee to register. You may also submit all forms to email@example.com