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Building Department
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Michael Griffin
CBO, CFM
Building Official

96161 Nassau Pl.
Yulee, FL  32097

Ph: (904) 530-6250
Ph: (800) 948-3364
Fx: (904) 321-5763

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The Building Department:

The Building Department provides professional certified services for the enforcement of the County's Codes related to land development and the State of Florida regulations relating to the health, safety and welfare of residents and visitors of Nassau County.

INSPECTIONS REQUESTED FOR THE FOLLOWING WORK DAY MUST BE
CALLED IN PRIOR TO 4:00 PM THE DAY BEFORE

**Please note our new phone number:            904-530-6250


Our Nassau County Certified Building Official

Michael Griffin, Building Official CBO, CFM

As Building Official, Mr. Griffin also serves as the Floodplain Administrator, Contractor Licensing Official, Impact Fee Administrator, Class I Zoning Administrator, and the Damage Assessment Coordinator.

Building and Code Enforcement Departments for FY 2015/16 Goals for FY 2016/17




 
News Flash
Inspector Cell Phone Policy
This is to clarify that permit holders may contact inspectors during business hours. Also, inspectors will be available to take calls between 8:00 and 8:30 each morning to estimate the time of arrival for an inspection. Additional Info...
Form Board Finish Floor Elevations
This is to indicate that for One and Two Family Dwellings the attached Form Board Elevation Certificate must be received prior to approval of the slab inspection starting July 31, 2018 Additional Info...
Guidelines for Shell Building and Tenant Build-Out Permits
To be consistent with surrounding jurisdictions, the Nassau County Building Depat1ment will use the following definitions for a shell building permit, tenant build-out permit, alterations & repairs permit and new building. Additional Info...
 
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