Brevard County Planning and Development Applying for a License

Instructions to Apply for Exam

  • Complete and return the application with required documents and application fee to Licensing Regulation & Enforcement (LR&E). Make checks payable to Board of County Commissioners
  • Once the application is returned to Licensing Regulation & Enforcement the application may take 10 – 15 business days to be processed

Please Note

  • For purposes of regulation & reciprocity in other counties, contact your county of interest
  • Before purchasing your books, please contact the appropriate testing company to insure the books you purchase will be valid
  • If applicant fails exam, there will be a $20 re-sponsor fee required, payable to BOCC
  • After successfully passing the examination you may be required to provide additional documents for certification requested by the County and the State along with a criminal background check

Licensed Contractor - County Certified / State Certified?

  • Contractor Reciprocity Application for Certificate of Competency
  • Letter of Reciprocity Request Form
  • Report unlicensed Activity or work without permit via email
  • Brevard County Code of Ordinances / Chapter 22 Article VI
  • Insurance Certificate information: All certificates of insurance for general liability & workers compensation MUST be received by the producer & have the following certificate holder information. Certificates can be faxed to 321-690-6878 or mailed to the address below:

Brevard County Licensing Regulation & Enforcement
2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way A-114
Viera FL 32940

* NOTE: Certificates of insurance must have the proper business name & certificate holder or it will not be processed.

Licensed Journeyman or Master (non-contractor)?

  • Journeyman / Master Exam Application
  • Reciprocity Incoming
  • Reciprocity Outgoing
  • Brevard County Code of Ordinances / Chapter 22 Article VI

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