What happens to my development application once I submit to the Planning and Economic Development Division?
The application is assigned to a project manager within the Planning and Economic Development Department who routes the application to departments which may have an interest in the application. The project manager will receive comments from each discipline in the time allowed by the review process. Depending on staff comments, an applicant may be required to resubmit new plans or be scheduled for a public meeting.

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1. Do I need a building permit to paint a commercial or multi-family building?
2. Do I need a permit to paint my home (single family / duplex)?
3. Do I need a building permit to install a temporary banner on my storefront?
4. How do I find out the zoning of a property?
5. What items require Planning and Zoning Board review?
6. What items require Board of Adjustment review?
7. How can I obtain a copy of the City of Pembroke Pines Zoning and/or Future Land Use Map?
8. Do I need a permit to hold special event?
9. Do I need a permit for fence, shed and walkways?
10. Do I need a permit for portable storage unit?
11. Can I park my commercial vehicle at my residence?
12. Can I construct an addition on my home?
13. Can I park my boat, RV and recreational vehicle at my residence?
14. What Flood Zone do I live in?
15. I receive a notification letter in the mail regarding an item on an upcoming Board of Adjustment or Planning and Zoning Board meeting. What do I do?
16. Do I need a pre-application meeting prior to submitting a development application to the Planning and Economic Development Division?
17. Who do I contact for information regarding the City's Home Repair Program?
18. I see a City posted notice sign on a property. What do I do?
19. What is a Uniform Sign Plan?
20. Why is the importance of a property's zoning classification?
21. What happens to my development application once I submit to the Planning and Economic Development Division?