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When purchasing a home or property, it is in your best interest to ensure that all structures have been properly permitted. You are legally responsible for any un-permitted structures. Use our Permit Tracker to verify that the structures on your property have a valid permit.
Yards should be free of junk, trash and debris per City Code and should be properly disposed of.
• From the property line along road rights-of-way .....25 feet • From the property line along the side and rear .....8 feet • From other onsite buildings .....5 feet• From the front property line (carports only)…..10 feet
There are exceptions:• Sheds may be placed in the back yard with an 8-ft back yard setback. • Carports are permitted in the front, side, or back yard with a ten-ft front yard setback.
R-1………………….…..30% lot coverageR-2, R-4 & RMH….....…40% lot coverageR-5 & R-O……………...50% lot coverageRPD…………………….As approved with development plan
If your electric bill comes from Duke Energy and a street light is out in your area, click on the link below. Fill out the information on the outage reporting form. Email to Duke Energy. https://www.progress-energy.com/florida/home/storms-outages/index.page
Sumter Electric: Street Light Outage Reporting
If your electric bill comes from Sumter Electric and a street light is out in your area and you can get the Pole#, closest house address or intersection and know what the problem is (Out, Flickering, Always on, etc.) City staff will report to Sumter Electric. You can report this information via the Report a Problem/Citizen Request Tracker page. This will allow you to get updates via email or text. If you are unable to complete this information online, please call City Hall at (352) 245-7021.
You can pay in person at City Hall located at 5343 SE Abshier BLVD Belleview FL 34420
City Hall is open Monday - Thursday from 7:00 am - 6:00 pm. We are closed on Fridays.
1. Pay in person at City Hall using cash, check or credit card. 2. Check payments may be placed in the drop box located in front of City Hall. (Please do not put cash payments in the drop box). 3. Pay online at https://accessmygov.com via credit card or electronic check. 4. Sign up with a Utility Billing Customer Service Representative to have your payment automatically drafted from your account.
All utility payments must be received in our office by 6:00 pm on the 15th of the month. Bills not paid by 6:00 pm on the 15th of the month or the first business day after the 15th day of the month, should the 15th fall on a Friday, weekend, or holiday, will automatically have an additional 10% late penalty applied.
Bills not paid by 6:00 pm on the 30th day of the month will render the account to be in non-payment status and a non-payment status penalty of $60.00 will be automatically applied to the account. Should the 30th of the month fall on a Friday, the weekend or a holiday, payment must be received by 6:00 pm on the first business day following the Friday, weekend day or holiday. Bills not paid by the 30th day of the month or by 6:00 pm on the first business day following the Friday, weekend day or holiday are considered to be in non-payment status. Accounts in non-payment status are subject to disconnection.