Only issues caused by Hurricane Nicholas, such as roofing repairs, siding repairs, sand removal from underneath homes, and general clean up/maintenance, do not require a permit from the Building Department until further notice. Building permits are required if replacing the entire roof or more than 10% of siding per wall area.
All property owners with beach front property will have to follow the following guidelines regarding dune restoration.
1. If prior to the hurricane the resident placed sand fencing or rope fencing and it was damaged by the storm, it is the property owners responsibility to remove it per the GLO.
2. If the property owner is requesting Dune restoration or put out the sand or rope fencing approval goes through the GLO. The city does not issue permits for dune restoration or sand fencing. Applications can be filled out and the city will forward to the GLO for final disposition.
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Beachfront property is defined as property lying either up to the first public road generally parallel to the public beach or to within 1,000 feet of mean high tide, whichever is greater. Generally, this is any property seaward of Bluewater Highway or Fort Velasco Drive. However, there are some properties landward of Bluewater Highway that lie within 1,000 feet of mean high tide jurisdiction of the Texas General Land Office.
Upon completion of your application and inclusion of all required documentation, make an appointment with the Building Official to take your packet to City Hall, where our Permitting Department will process your request. Only after owner has assembled and submitted all required documents will the review process begin.
Click here for an application for an on-site sewage facility.
Call the Building Official at (979) 233-1531, x102 if you have any questions. We're here to help you.
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