North Miami, FL – November 18, 2021
The City of North Miami’s Building Department has launched a new portal for online permit services. The portal will allow users to apply and pay for permits online, upload digital plans, and complete contractor registration forms.
“We are bringing the City of North Miami up to speed with the 21st century with the implementation of this new portal. It’s important to inject new technology into our city. Our goal is to deliver a convenient and user-friendly online experience” said City Manager Theresa Therilus, Esq.
The new North Miami permitting portal offers residents, business owners, and contractors an easy-to-follow digital tool for all permit needs. Users may create an account or log in as a guest. Once the user enters the portal, the following list of categories provides additional information and resources to assist users during the permit process: Building Permit, Fence Permit, Roofing Permit, Driveway Permit, Windows/Doors Permit, Swimming Pool Permit, Plumbing Permit, Mechanical Permit, Electrical Permit, and Shop Drawings (used to submit architectural drawings). The portal also features options to search for a location within the City of North Miami, select a project type, answer questions, and receive guidance.
To sign up for an account on the new portal, visit NorthMiamiFL.gov/OnlinePermits. To request an interview with Theresa Therilus, Esq., email your request to Susset Cabrera at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Susset Cabrera, Communications Manager
305 895 9888, Ext. 12151
About the City of North Miami
North Miami is a suburban city located in northeast Miami-Dade County, Florida. It is roughly 10 miles (16 km) north of Miami. The city lies on Biscayne Bay which surrounds the Biscayne Bay Campus of Florida International University. North Miami is home to a diverse demographic of residents. With more than 64,000 residents, North Miami is the sixth largest city in Miami-Dade County. We are home to the Oleta River State Park; the largest urban park in the Florida State Park System and the nationally accredited Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA North Miami).