he Development Services/Building Department of the Town of Windermere performs a variety of services to protect, maintain and develop an attractive, safe and healthy community. A primary function of the Department is to address property development and land use activities within the Town. Responsibilities include:
- Code enforcement, development review, development and building inspection, community and transportation planning, engineering and land use regulation
- Interpreting, enforcing, and assisting the public with state and local building, land use and environmental regulations
- Developing both short and long-range planning initiatives
- Making recommendations on updates and amendments to the Town’s local land use and environmental regulations
ORANGE COUNTY – Residential Permits for Lakeshores and Wetlands
There are additional Town-specific regulations regarding wetlands and shoreline projects. Please contact PDCS and/or Wade Trim for details.
Please contact Wade Trim for Right of Way Use Applications
|PDCS, LLC||Town of Windermere Administration Office||Wade Trim|
|All Building Permits||GARAGE SALE PERMIT||Planning & Zoning Requirement Inquiries|
|Inspection Requests||OPEN HOUSE PERMITS||Stormwater Requirement Inquiries|
|Re-Inspections||SPECIAL EVENT PERMITS||Right of Way Use Agreements|
|Sign Permits (Temporary & Permanent)||FILM PERMITS||Variance Requests|
If you have the following request, please make sure to go to the appropriate identified location. If you are unsure what kind of request you have, please contact Diane Edwards.
3361 Rouse Road Suite #2110
Orlando, FL 32817
1 Tampa City Center
201 N. Franklin Street #1350
Tampa, FL 33602
- Per FL Statute 163.045:
Tree pruning, trimming, or removal on residential property.—
(1) A local government may not require a notice, application, approval, permit, fee, or mitigation for the pruning, trimming, or removal of a tree on residential property if the property owner obtains documentation from an arborist certified by the International Society of Arboriculture or a Florida licensed landscape architect that the tree presents a danger to persons or property.
(2) A local government may not require a property owner to replant a tree that was pruned, trimmed, or removed in accordance with this section.
- HOMEOWNERS CANNOT CIRCUMVENT THE REPORT BY DOING A PERMIT, AS ALL PERMITS WILL REQUIRE A REPORT ATTACHED.