Why is Pinellas County doing City of Oldsmar inspections?
The City of Oldsmar has an agreement with Pinellas County Building Department to perform all building inspections and plan reviews, operating as the Building Official for the city. In addition, 3 days a week, a Pinellas County Inspector is located in the Building Division of the Planning and Redevelopment Department to assist anyone with building questions, review plans and other building related items. All permit and plan applications are submitted and issued from the City of Oldsmar Building Division, located in City Hall.

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1. When must I obtain a building permit?
2. Why is Pinellas County doing City of Oldsmar inspections?
3. How do I apply for a building permit?
4. How do I schedule an inspection?
5. How long is a building permit good for?
6. Must I get a permit for a minor repair?
7. Do all building permit applications require submission of a set of plans?
8. How much does it cost for a building permit?
9. Can I do any construction work myself?
10. How do I select a contractor?
11. What happens if my project is in a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA)?
12. Why do I need a permit to install a fence?
13. How do I register with the city as a contractor?
14. How long does it take to get a permit?
15. Why do I have to fill out so many forms to pull a permit?
16. Can a homeowner pull their own permit?
17. Can a landlord pull his own permit?
18. What is a variance?
19. What is a setback?
20. What is an easement?
21. Do I need a permit to have a garage sale?