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• Wednesday, June 01st, 2011

The information provided on this web site was designed to assist you through the permitting process for Dixie County Florida.We have provided answers to the most frequently asked questions throughout this site. Specific questions and information should be directed to this department at one of our listed addresses or telephone numbers. Fees, Procedures and Requirements are subject to change without notice.

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• Thursday, June 02nd, 2011

Please bring the Deed or Contract for Deed of your property to apply for these permits. If you are not the owner applying for the permit a notarized letter of authorization from the owner to pull the permit will be required.

This site is for information only. Cost and Procedures are subject to change without notice on this site.

New Construction

New Mobile Home

Used Mobile Home

Permit Fees

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• Thursday, June 02nd, 2011

A site plan is required, showing where your unit will be located on your property with the setback dimensions on the front, sides and rear.

In an Agricultural Zoning and Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) Zoning the minimum setback requirements from your property lines are 30 feet on the front and 25 feet on sides and rear.

In an ESA zoning a minimum 35-foot natural buffer shall be required from all wetlands and a 75-foot natural buffer shall be required from perennial river, streams, and creeks.

In an Agricultural zoning a minimum 35-foot natural buffer shall be required from all wetlands and a 75-foot natural buffer shall be required from perennial river, streams, and creeks.

If your property is not in either of these zonings, contact this department for your setback requirements.

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• Thursday, June 02nd, 2011

Dixie County Permit Fees are established by the Dixie Board of County Commissioners and are payable to the Dixie County General Fund or the Dixie County Impact Fee Fund.

Along with the permits and fees required by Dixie County, you are responsible for any permits or fees required by the Dixie County Health Department, Florida Department of Transportation, Suwannee River Water Management District, Central Florida Electric, or Prograss Energy.

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• Thursday, June 02nd, 2011

To avoid a possible fine of up to $500.00 and double the price of the permit, anything you move or build on your property requires a permit.

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