Building Services Division
The City of Deltona Building Services Division implemented a new service that allows customers to wait in a virtual line rather than a physical line. The initiative is tailored to provide high-quality care, reduce the waiting time and increase efficiency. The lines are available to join during business hours and can be joined at least 30 minutes in advance. Skip the line today!
On City of Deltona Self Service residents and contractors can apply, search, check the status of, or pay for permits. (Permits applied after July 16th, 2019)
Call 386-575-6900 or 407-936-9999. Permit number, Confirmation number, and Inspection Code required.
Who is My Inspector
On the day of your scheduled inspection(s), please visit the City of Deltona Self Service and choose “Today’s Inspections”. In the search box enter your permit number or address associated with the inspection and your inspector for the day will display along with their cell phone number in case you need to reach them.
Pay an Outstanding Invoice
To make a payment on an invoice, please visit the City of Deltona Self Service and choose “Pay Invoices”. You must have the invoice number that begins with “INV” and enter the entire invoice number including any zeros.
Need a Copy of a Permit or Certificate of Completion (COC)
If you are the not owner of the permit, please complete a Public Records Request from the City Clerk’s Office. If you are the owner of the property during the time of permit issuance, please visit the Building Services Division with a valid ID and we can release the documents to you.
The Building Services Division provides building plan review, permitting, and inspections for the built environment of citizens of Deltona complying with the Florida Building Code, State Statutes, and City Ordinances.
The objective of the City of Deltona Building Services Division is to protect the public's life, health, safety and welfare as it relates to construction. To provide the highest level of customer service by a fully-trained team dedicated to serving the public. This is accomplished through the implementation of the building, plumbing, mechanical and electrical codes along with various state and local codes and standards. Building Services will endeavor to provide the highest level of Customer Service to the public by continuing to train and educate the Inspection, Plan Review, and Permitting staff. Office response to public needs will be addressed through improvements in office automation and the introduction of new policies to streamline and simplify procedures.
Objectives & Goals
- Centralize all Residential plan reviews within a single agency.
- Increase the effectiveness of the office staff through education and cross-training.
- Increase the financial efficiency of the department by performing more duties with less staff.
- Perform Fire Safety Plan Review and Inspections for new commercial construction.
- Perform Business Tax License inspections for commercial businesses.
Building Services Division
2345 Providence Boulevard
Deltona , FL 32725
2345 Providence Boulevard Deltona FL 32725
Phone: 386-878-8650 | 386-878-8660Fax: 386-878-8651
Monday through Friday
Phone: 8 am to 5 pm
In-person: 8 am to 4 pm
- How do I schedule inspections?
All inspections are handled through an automated system. When calling to request an inspection dial 386-575-6900 or 407-936-9999. A recording will ask you for your permit number, confirmation number and inspection code number. These numbers are all located on your permit card. When all these numbers are entered, the inspection is automatically scheduled for the next business day.
Note: All permit cards and attachments must be posted in a location where it can be seen from the street (ex. Front door, front window, garage door) and accessible for the Inspector's signature. If permit card and attachments is not visible when the inspector arrives this will result in a failed inspection.
- What are permits?
Permits help to ensure that all codes are properly followed in our community. A Permit is a written communication authorizing work to be done. If work is done without permits, you can jeopardize your chances of obtaining financing, violate state and local ordinances requiring permits which may lead to a Code Enforcement action, and create problems when you sell your property. There are several different types of permits, based on the type of construction: building (for architectural and structural work), electrical, plumbing and mechanical.
Applying for permits is the first step. You may need to submit construction drawings for plan check review that include a plot plan of your property showing existing and proposed improvements. There are many checklists to help you through this process.
Once your plans are approved, you are required to build the project according to those plans. If any changes are made to the plans, the revised plans must be reviewed by the Building Services Department.
- What are the types of permits?
There are several different types of permits, based on the type of construction:
- Building Permit: New construction, additions, alterations, remodels, tenant improvements, gazebos, patio covers, decks, house moves, retaining walls, or repairs to either residential or non-residential structures.
- Electrical Permit: New installations, additions, extensions, alterations, changes, and fire and accident repairs of any electrical wiring and electrical equipment associated with a structure or project.
- Plumbing Permit: New installation, removal, alteration, repair, or replacement of any plumbing, gas, any fixture or water heater or treating equipment in a building or premise.
- Mechanical Permit: New installations; alterations; repair; replacement; remodel; and/or removal of duct work, heating, venting, or air conditioning equipment (HVAC) and gas piping.
- Re-roof Permit
- Demolition Permit: The complete demolition of an existing structure.
- Moving Permit: To relocate an existing structure by traveling along, over or through the public thoroughfares within the City limits.
Some examples of projects requiring permits are as follows:
- Covered Patios
- Screened Enclosures
- Room Additions
- Tenant Improvements
- Heaters / Air Conditioners Replacement
- Water Heater Replacements
- Swimming Pools
- Swimming Pool Enclosures
- Generator Installation
- Any and All Electrical Work
- Any and All Plumbing Work
- Who can apply for a permit?
Any owner or authorized agent, licensed contractor, may apply to the Building Official to obtain required permits.
- What items do I need onsite when I call for an inspection?
All of the documents that are provided when the permit is issued.