Effective - AUGUST 4, 2014
As determined by The BOCC by
Resolution, an Interim Fire Service
Assessment Fee will be calculated,
collected and paid for at the issuance of
a building permit, permit applications for
new single family residences, new
mobile homes, new non-
residential buildings and new non-
Questions regarding Fee:
Land Section: (352)527-5458
Building Permits and Contractor Information
Contractors can log in to apply for permits, manage their escrow accounts, schedule inspections and view results from inspections.
[For use by licensed contractors only.]
Access real-time building permit and application information. Search by permit number, contractor, contractor's trade, subdivision, or address.
Generate reports for permits issued, based on a range of dates, permit type, subdivision, or contractor.
Because of a recent Microsoft update, (if you are having problems accessing these reports) please add the below URL to your "trusted sites". In Internet Explorer, go to Tools, Internet Options, "Security" tab, click the "Sites" button, and add: http://bocc.citrus.fl.us/permitting/RequestGenericReport
This training will show you how to apply for a permit, schedule - find - and retrieve an inspection, and apply/manage your on-line escrow account.enter
Please check to see if your application is located WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS of Crystal River or Inverness. If it is within the city limits, please direct your application to the appropriate city building department.
How We Ensure the Health, Safety, and Welfare of Citizens of Citrus County...
- Administer the Florida Building Code
- Administer the Flood Plain Ordinance
- Residential & Non-Residential Permitting
- Construction Plan Review
- Schedule Construction Inspections
- Conduct Emergency Inspections
- Conduct Flood Review
- Damage Assessment
- Grant Mitigation
- Compliance Assistance
The mission of the Building Division is to provide the highest level of customer service for the citizens of Citrus County, while administering and enforcing all building and related codes, in order to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public.