Planning & Building
The Planning and Building Department provides certified professional services for the enforcement of the city’s codes relating to the use of land and State of Florida regulations relating to the health, safety, and welfare of residents and visitors of St. Augustine.
All permits may be obtained at the Planning and Building Department or on the Planning and Building Permits, Forms and Applications Page. This includes forms for:
- Business Licensing
- Land Development
- The Non-Residential Use of Property
The City’s Zoning Atlas is available online at this link which provides the zoning of a property in the City limits. The future land use of a property is available online at this link (click on the layer list in the top right corner to display the future land use tab). Please reference our future land use document. Chapter 28 of City Code lists our zoning regulations is available online at this link.
Support for Boards
Under the leadership of Director Amy Skinner, the Planning and Building Department also provides staff support for the Planning and Zoning Board, Historic Architectural Review Board, Corridor Review Committee, and the Code Enforcement Board. Information and agendas for all of these boards are available through their pages.
Planning and Zoning Board
Historic Architectural Review Board
Development Review Committee (Friday Review Meeting)
Development Review Committee is comprised of the City’s Planning, Building, Public Works and Fire Department which reviews proposed developments within the City for compliance with applicable codes and regulations. There is a $20 fee for review, please complete the application for DRC Review and credit card authorization form and submit this application along with all supporting documentation (site and floor plan) to the Planning & Building Department via email to DRC@citystaug.com or in person. The meetings are held every Friday at 8:30 a.m., the application deadline is Friday by 4:00 pm to be placed on the agenda for review the following Friday.