Planning and Development Performance Charts
Clients should have a reasonable expectation as to the time required by the City to complete the permit or entitlement review process. Processing times should be predictable and the timeliness of the process allows the client to plan their financing, construction, or development plans accordingly, which is critical to the success of the construction and development community.
Building Permit Values
The total value of building permits is an indicator of the relative strength of the local construction industry.View Metrics
Building Alteration Plan Reviews - Residential
The City of Tampa’s goal is to have residential alteration permits returned to the customer’s within 10 business days and they are currently being returned within an average of 2 days.View Metrics
A Plan Review is the analysis of the submitted construction plans for compliance with building codes and engineering standards.View Metrics
Commercial Permits Issued - Multi-Family
Metrics are provided for all multi-family commercial construction permits by month as well as by zip code.View Metrics
Residential Permits Issued - All
Metrics are provided for the total number of residential permits issued on a monthly basis as well as by zip code.View Metrics
Right of Way Permits
Permits are issued to protect the traveling public and to ensure restoration of City roadways and infrastructure.
Tree Removal and Pruning Permits Issued
Metrics are provided for the number of residential tree removal permits issued on a monthly basis as well as by zip code.View Metrics