What are the contractor requirements?
Contractors must have a copy of state certification with an occupational license for place of business or copy or certificate of competency with a Municipal Contractor’s Occupational License and Certificate of Insurance made out to:
City of Opa-locka Building and Licensing Department
780 Fisherman Street
Opa-locka, FL 33054

The contractor's insurance must cover liability with no less than $300,000 per accident or occurrence for bodily injury, and $50,000 per accident for property damage as well as worker’s compensation. The certificate of insurance must show name of insurer, type of policy issued, policy number, date of inception and expiration, type of insurance, and that no material change or cancellation of the insurance shall be effective without 30 days written notice by registered or certified mail. All permits will be issued to contractors with an affidavit of authorization from the owner on all buildings.

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1. Why do I need a building permit?
2. What types of work need a building permit?
3. How do I get a Building Permit?
4. What are the contractor requirements?
5. What are the requirements for owner-builders?
6. What is the permit intake and processing?
7. What is a stop work order?