The Building Division is responsible for taking in permit applications, administering the permit review process, issuing permits, performing inspections, and issuing certificates of occupancy.
Building Permits and Information
Permit Requirements - Click on "Permit Requirements" to view the requirements for different types of permits. Once you review this, all required documentation for permitting is available under "Forms and Information Sheets" to the right.
Fee Schedule - Click here to see the current Fee Schedule for the Building Division.
Other permits and additional information sheets are listed below. For a Sign Permit Application, please click here.
Do I Need A Permit? Click here to learn more about permit requirements and the building permit process.
Building Division Contacts
Randy Lamb, Building Official (407) 260-3461
Corrinne Fail, Permit Clerk (407) 260-3464
Steven Roseman, Building Inspector (407) 263-2337
Building Inspection Line (407) 260-3471
Fax (407) 263-2348
Longwood Conservation Rebate Program
The City of Longwood offers a range of financial incentives for residents and businesses to promote energy efficiency and water conservation while providing a boost to the local economy. These incentives are available to any resident or business located within the City Limits of Longwood.
The Raising Energy Efficiency Program provides rebates up to $500 for Longwood residents and businesses to make energy efficiency improvements while utilizing contractors, suppliers or other businesses located within the City Limits of Longwood. Click here for more information on REEP.
The Water Conservation Rebate Program provides rebates of $50 to $150 for Longwood residents and businesses to install water conserving plumbing fixtures and irrigation controls. Click here for more information on the Water Conservation Rebate Program.
How Are We Doing? Let Us Know
As part of the Community Development Services Department's commitment to customer service, a Customer Satisfaction Survey is now available for you to let us know your thoughts on the development review process.
Cost Recovery Policy
The City of Longwood Community Development Services Department has a cost recovery policy on all development applications. This means that any direct cost incurred by the City as part of development review (from engineers, surveyors, attorneys, etc.) will be passed on to the applicant. Click here for an informational flyer with more on the Cost Recovery policy.