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Current Rodeo information may be obtained by calling the Special Events/Arena Hotline at 954-797-1166 or by visiting the
The millage rate for Davie is 5.9123 (5.6270 Operating, 0.2853 Debt Service). For more information, please contact the Budget and Finance Department at (954) 797-1050.
For all EMS transport inquiries please contact Intermedix at (toll-free) 888-987-0596
6591 Orange Drive Building C, Davie, FL 33314.
In simplest terms, you should obtain a permit to ensure that any work done on your home or business is done safely and correctly. Per Chapter 1 of the Florida Building Code Sec. 105.1 and section 553.79 (1), Florida Statutes: Any owner, authorized agent, or contractor who desires to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish, or change the occupancy or occupant content of a building or structure, or any outside area being used as part of the building’s designated occupancy (single or mixed) or to erect, install, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical, gas, mechanical or plumbing system, the installation of which is regulated by the technical codes, or to cause any such work to be done, shall first make application to the building official and obtain the required permit for the work.
Approval times vary based on complexity and work load but we generally attempt to review permit applications within 30 working days (per FBC 105.3.1).
Your permit status can be obtained from our E suite page. Provide either permit number or address to search for your building permits.
If your permit card is lost or damaged, you may obtain a replacement at the Building Division for a fee of $28.00.
We offer walk-through permitting services for less complicated permit types between the hours of 8:30 am to 11:30 am, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
We're currently accepting:
If you wish to cancel an inspection that is scheduled for the same day, you must reach the operator at 954-797-1111 or inspectors between 7:30-8:00am. Otherwise you may reach us throughout our hours of operation 7:30am-3:30pm. Contact Info.
The following forms are needed for update/registration, you may fax them to 954-797-1086 or bring a copy into the Building Division:
Yes, a permit can be renewed once, beyond that it is the decision of the Building Official. If a permit is renewed within 90 days of expiration, you will be assessed a fee of 50 percent of the original permit fee. If the permit is renewed after 90 days of expiration, you will be assessed 100 percent of the original permit fee.
Yes, a building permit is required. All sheds must have any of the following to qualify for installation within the High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ):
As the owner of a one or two family dwelling you may act as your own contractor and do the work yourself, provided that the home is for your own use, and is not for sale or lease. You must also do the work yourself, or provide direct on site supervision. If you are the owner of a commercial property, you are required to hire a contractor for any work that requires a permit and inspection. You will need to complete and sign an Owner/Builder Disclosure Statement and acknowledge that you understand your legal responsibilities (per Sec. 9-28 of the Fort Lauderdale Code of Ordinances).
You are always welcomed to contact the Building Official, however, it may be quicker to contact the Chief Inspector of the discipline that you have questions about. Most times, you can receive a quicker response from the Chief of Structural, Electrical, Plumbing, or Mechanical. There are other disciplines that will also review your drawings, such as Landscaping, Zoning, and Engineering. Fire will also review the drawings for all buildings other than 1 and 2 family dwellings. Contact Info
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Power will not be released under most circumstances until the building has received all required inspections and all fees due are paid. We do issue what is known as a 30-day temporary power that is required prior to final electrical inspection.
Yes, dogs are allowed in our parks as long as they are on a 6 foot leash and under control of owner at all times, except at Pine Island Park, Bamford Sports Complex, Potter Park, and Shenandoah (not allowed on sports field at Shenandoah Park)
Please be considerate and clean up after your pet, this insures a pleasant time at our parks for everyone.
Fingerprinting is done on Tuesdays & Thursdays 9AM - 11:30AM. Residents $10 each card, non-residents $15 each card. Cash only and you must have a valid photo ID.
Persons who are providing an essential service during direct in-person interactions with any customer or other member of the public.
Persons obtaining an essential service at establishments including, but not limited to, grocery stores, restaurants, and pharmacies.
Persons using public transit, taxis, vehicles for hire, and/or other ride sharing arrangements.
Persons who are providing an essential service but are not having direct in-person interactions with any customer or other member of the public.
Persons engaged in any outdoor essential activity permitted (e.g. walking, biking, or hiking) under any applicable City, County, or State order. However, individuals are reminded to continue practicing social distancing guidelines while outdoors.
Children under the age of two (2).
Persons who otherwise have difficulty breathing or have another medical condition that does not allow them to safely use a facial covering.
Children at childcare facilities while under the care of such facility.
Public safety, fire, or other life safety personnel.
Persons who have a religious objection.
The Governor’s Executive Orders 20-89 and 20-91 define "essential services" and "essential activities." These orders supersede any definitions previously defined in Broward County emergency orders.
Yes. Under Broward County Emergency Order 20-12, facial covering is required. A business may deny service to those not wearing a facial covering
No. Children at childcare facilities are not required to wear facial coverings while under the care of such facility.
The CDC recommends wearing cloth coverings that cover your nose and mouth. The cloth facial coverings recommended are not surgical masks or N-95 respirators. Those are critical supplies that must continue to be reserved for healthcare workers and other medical first responders, as recommended by current CDC guidance. CDC guidance on selection, use, and sanitation of facial coverings can be found here.
No. This order is in addition to, and does not modify, any social distancing requirements imposed by other applicable orders.
Facial coverings and other disposable personal protective equipment such as masks and gloves must be discarded in a waste receptacle; littering of any personal protective equipment is unlawful and prohibited.
No. This order does not apply to public safety, fire, or other life safety personnel, as their personal protective equipment requirements will be governed by their respective agencies.
Impervious surfaces are areas covered by buildings, asphalt, concrete, or other materials that prevent water from seeping directly into the ground. When it rains, much of the water flows to streams and lakes, becoming stormwater runoff.
The more buildings, streets, and parking lots we build, the more surface stormwater runoff is generated during each rainstorm.
Best Management Practices
Ways that we can help clean up stormwater runoff is to direct it through stormwater ponds, treatment wetlands, and other types of systems knows as Best Management Practices (BMPs). Pollutants may either settle out, be filtered through the pond bottom, or be taken up by the wetland plants that surround these ponds.
Pollution Control Devices
Additionally, stormwater runoff can be enhanced by retrofitting existing stormwater structures with devices that act as filters to stop trash, leaves, sediment, and debris from entering our water bodies.
For example, a curb inlet basket can be installed in existing stormwater inlets. One basket can collect over 200 pounds of leaves, sediment, and trash every year!
Storm drains and sewers are words often used interchangeably, but they are not the same thing. A storm drain usually is constructed as part of a curb to catch excess water runoff from roads to prevent flooding. The storm drain is part of a drainage system that carries that water, untreated, to a nearby source of water.
A sewer, on the other hand, carries sewage from homes and businesses that comes from kitchens, bathrooms, or washing machines. Some water in the sewage system might also come from rain that drains through manhole covers. The sewage carried through a sewer system does get treated at a treatment facility to limit water pollution as much as possible.
There are a few ways you can control stormwater runoff on your lawn. A professional landscaper trained in stormwater management can help you find the best methods of management for the layout and slope of your yard.
A few ways stormwater can be managed in a yard to prevent flooding that can damage gardens, homes, and more, include:
Most canals are maintained by the Central Broward Water Control District (CBWCD). To learn more, call 954-432-5110.
The Purchasing Division hosts quarterly "How to do Business with the Town of Davie" Vendor Training Sessions in the Town Council Chambers. The website will be updated within the month of next event. The typical months are January, April, July, October (usually the morning of the third Friday of the month). Click here to visit the Vendor Training webpage.
View Bid Solicitations through our Bid Notice Board. The requirements of each specification vary. Depending on the specification, you may be asked to submit additional information with your bid such as qualifications, a W-9 form, a Vendor/Bidder Disclosure form, various licenses, a bid bond, etc.
If a vendor wises to be reinstated to do business with the Town a request of reinstatement must be forwarded in writing to the Procurement Manager. The Town Administrator shall determine whether to reinstate based on written submission of evidence to one or more of the conditions below from the Procurement Manager.
1. Discovery of new and material evidence not previously available
2. Dismissal of indictment or reversal of conviction
3. Bonafide change in ownership or management sufficient to justify a finding of present responsibility
Yes. We offer dog obedience classes every Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Please contact Hollywood Dog Club at (954) 674-9561 or www.dogclubofhollywood.com
No, the office of the Town Attorney does not provide private legal counsel to residents.
The Town Council meets in the Council Chambers located at 6591 Orange Drive, Davie, Florida.
Paint and other household hazardous waste can be disposed of at the Town of Davie's Household Hazardous Waste, Electronics Recycling and Shred-A-Thon Events. The events scheduled for 2020 are:
Please bring proof of Davie residency. Drop-off is only for residential HHW and electronics recycling, not for businesses. Please note, the event may be cancelled due to rain, excessive winds, or other hazardous conditions.
For 2020, the Town will host two shredding events:
Everyone will be issued one green garbage 96-gallon cart (toter). One cart holds in excess of three (3) average 30-gallon bags and will be sufficient for most household garbage needs. You can purchase up to four (4) additional carts.
The cost of an additional cart/carts must be pre-paid for the entire year directly to Waste Management. The cost of the first additional cart is $1.63 x 12 = $19.56, $19.56 plus $3.81 (19.50% franchise fee) = $23.37 (annual cost). Waste Management will mail you a sticker to be affixed to the additional cart so that the service truck knows it’s been paid for.
A 2nd, 3rd, or 4th additional cart would cost $2.26 x 12 = $27.12, $27.12 plus $5.29 (19.5% franchise fee) = $32.41 each (annual cost)
Accounts can be opened in person at Town Hall during regular business hours. New owners must present a copy of a Photo ID, as well as a copy of the closing statement (HUD statement). Tenants are not able to open their own account. Commercial customers will need to provide proof of having obtained a Business Tax Receipt prior to establishing an account. For information on Business Tax Receipts, please call 954-797-1178. There is a $30 New Account Charge for setting up any account; this will appear on the customer’s first bill listed as "Connection Charge".
Security deposits for current tenants will be refunded once the Town no longer furnishes service to the customer. When an account is closed, the deposit will be applied to the final balance and the difference will be refunded. If the final bill is more than the deposit amount, a bill will be sent to the customer. We no longer require deposits for owners. Owners with a deposit on an account can request their deposit be refunded as a credit to the account.
If your water has been turned off and you are paying over the phone or online, you will need to call the Customer Service office after payment has been made to let them know your bill has been paid in order to be reconnected.
Please call 1 (855) 288-1496 to make a payment
or you can pay online here:
If you are a tenant please call 1 (954) 797-1065 with the exact date you want to close your account. If you are a property owner please come to the office with your Settlement Statement or HUD or fax it to 1 (954) 797-1187 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Domestic wastewater is wastewater originating from activities such as restroom usage, washing, bathing, food preparation, and laundry. Industrial wastewater is process wastewater originating from manufacturing, commercial businesses, mining, agricultural production and processing, and wastewater from cleanup of petroleum and chemical contaminated sites, to name a few. According to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Agency (https://floridadep.gov/water/industrial-wastewater), all wastewater that is not defined as domestic wastewater is considered industrial wastewater. All industrial wastewater that discharges to a domestic wastewater or reclamation treatment facility, must be regulated under the Industrial Pretreatment Program.
No person, business, homeowner or entity, connected to the Town’s sever system, is allowed to introduce, or cause to be introduced, any pollutant or wastewater which causes pass through or interference to the treatment plant and or water bodies of State. A general list of the prohibition can be found in Town’s Sewer Ordinance (https://library.municode.com/fl/davie/codes/code_of_ordinances?nodeId=PTIICOOR_CH25UT_ARTVIIISEUS). Examples include (but are not limited to):•Flammable, explosive, corrosive, reactive or radioactive substances•Infectious or medical wastes•Toxic and noxious materials•Solids or viscous materials which could obstruct or harm operations in the sewer collections system and the treatment plants
Any business, including industrial, commercial, institutional or governmental, that discharges any wastewater other than domestic wastewater may be subject to the requirements of the Industrial Pretreatment Program. To determine if your business should be regulated under the Industrial Pretreatment Program, please call us at 954–327–3742 for further information.
If the Town or business determines that an industrial wastewater discharge permit is needed, such a permit will be issued by the Town after a pretreatment application is received and processed. Industrial discharge users may be required to install pretreatment facilities to treat their process waste prior to discharge to the Town’s sewer system in order to meet pretreatment standards. Permits will be specific based on waste classification, either a Categorical Industrial User (CIU) or Significant Industrial User (SIU), and amount of waste being discharged, to name a few. Permittees will be placed on a compliance schedule and must periodically sample and analyze their discharge to determine compliance, and report the results to the Town's Utilities Department. Permittees who fail to comply with pretreatment standards may be liable to enforcement actions, including monetary penalties and termination of sewer service.
Backflow is the undesirable reversal of flow of water, liquids, mixtures or substances into the public water distribution pipe system from any source or sources other than its intended source as result of a cross connection.