Like in many other places, obtaining a certificate of use in Miami is necessary to give assurance that a business is permitted to operate in its located zoning district and that the structure being used was built for the for the business which is proposed to run there in the future.
Before a business begins to operate, it is imperative that a Certificate Of Use is obtained. So how does one apply for the certificate? Here’s a brief guide:
How Do I Apply For A Certificate Of Use?
To apply for a Certificate Of Use in Miami, a short application form must be completed. This can normally be obtained from the Zoning Permit Section.
Will I Need To Pay For The Certificate?
Yes, you certainly will. A non-refundable fee of $111.24 must be paid up front when applying for a Certificate Of Use. This fee also includes the 8% surcharge which is necessary to submit the certificate.
What Will I Need To Bring With Me To Apply For A Certificate Of Use?
When applying for the Certificate, you must ensure that you bring the following things with you:
– The business name and address.
– An accurate measurement of the space that the business will occupy.
– The name of the business owner and the type of business.
– The property folio number.
– The name of a corporate officer if necessary (only applicable if the business is a corporation).
So there you have it; obtaining a Certificate Of Use is a necessity for setting up a business. By obtaining an application form from the Zoning Permit Section, paying the necessary fee and bringing the information outlined above, you shouldn’t experience any problems in obtaining a Certificate Of Use for your upcoming business.