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No. The notice you received is to inform you that a neighbor within 200' (feet) of your property has submitted an application to carry out a proposed project. You may choose to do any of the following:
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The City of Jacksonville Planning Department does not participate in "E-Permitting". We use triplicate carbon copy forms which you must obtain in-person at our office. Please check our office hours before coming in to see us.
No. You must submit all applications in person at our office.
Many of our planning applications are available on the Planning page of the City's website. If you have a home printer, you can easily download the application and print it from home. You can also obtain any of our permits in person at our office.
Please contact the Planning Department for more information. In some cases, a permitting process is required before certain kinds of work can take place. We will provide you with accurate information and explain what process, if any, may be needed before you can get started.
Please see question #4.