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Planning and Code Enforcement
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Kelly Schultz, AICP, CPM
Planning Director

Dustin "Dusty" Beck
Code Enforcement Officer

Loretta Laird
City Clerk

71 US Hwy 90 W
DeFuniak Springs, FL  32433

Ph: (850) 892-8571
Fx: (850) 892-8570

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm CST
The primary goal of the DeFuniak Springs Planning and Code Enforcement Department is to provide impeccable customer service in assisting our citizens, visitors, and business owners with development efforts and enforcement actions to ensure our community is a desirable place to live and work.  We serve as the primary point of contact for these efforts by coordinating with various departments to ensure plans comply with the City regulations contained in documents such as the Comprehensive Plan, the Land Development Code, and the Technical Specifications Manual.


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Did you know?
You must always call 811 before you dig.  It's the law...and can cost you $500.00 per violation!

Did you know that anyone (homeowner, contractor, etc.) who is performing any project that disturbs the ground in any way MUST get a ticket by calling 811 BEFORE starting the project? Many projects are include in the law, such as installing a new mailbox, having trees cut down, grinding or removing stumps, installing a decorative pond, etc....digging for any reason...there are many, many more types of projects that would cause you to be required to call 811 before getting started.

This law includes both PRIVATE PROPERTY and property in the public right of way.  You're probably asking, "why?"  This is because the lines that are in the public right-of-way (gas, water, sewer, electrical, telephone, cable, etc.) also extend onto privately owned property to provide service to the structures on the property. Not only can digging cause damage to the utility lines, it could also cause injury or death. 

Plan ahead...you are required to call 2 full business days before starting your ground disturbing project, and you are required to have the ticket on hand.  This is just a tidbit of information you need to know about the Sunshine811 law.  For more information, call them by dialing 811 or visiting the official website at http://www.sunshine811.com/.




City of DeFuniak Springs • 71 US Hwy 90 West• DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433• 850-892-8500•
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