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Flagler County Contractor Licensing Program
Ed Rodriguez
Code Enforcement Supervisor/Contractor Licensing

Code Enforcement Officer/Contractor Licensing
1769 E. Moody Blvd.
Building #2
Bunnell, FL  32110

Ph: (386) 313-4076
Ph: (386) 313-4084
Fx: (386) 313-4103

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
In July 2007, the County Commission established the County Contractor Licensing Program and Contractor Review Board to manage local licensing. The purpose of the contractor licensing program is to promote and protect the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Flagler County through a contractor licensing and regulation system. This system assures compliance with county and state construction licensing regulations and minimizes losses to the public due to unlawful conduct of both certified and uncertified contractors. 

Advertising to do building construction work without a contractor’s license in advance is as illegal as is actually doing such work. All illegal contractors will be prosecuted to the fullest extent prescribed in the adopted contractor licensing ordinance and state laws.

Owner / Builder
In most circumstances you may act as your own contractor subject to statutory limitations. You will be required to read and sign an Owner / Builder Disclosure Statement. View more information for owners / builders.

Flagler County Authorized Contractor Licenses expire September 30, 2015
Late fees are imposed after September 30, 2015. You MUST renew your license to legally continue contracting in Flagler County. You may NOT work on an expired license. If you have any concerns regarding your renewal call 386-313-4076.

Do you know the answer?
1.  Where do I get a Handyman License?  What type of work can I perform?

2.  Do you have to include your contractor license number in all advertisements, business cards, vehicle signage, etc.?


1.  "HANDYMAN" Tax Receipts

HANDYMAN is a term used by the Tax Collector for individuals paying a tax to have a place of business in Flagler County. The handyman trades are not construction regulated trades licensed by County or State Contractor Licenses.


2.  Chapter 8, Sec. 8-16. - Regulatory requirements. 

(a) Display of contractor's license number.

(1) All construction advertising shall be in compliance with F.S. §§ 489.119 (6), and 489.521 (7), as amended. Any contractor regulated pursuant to this Code shall display a state license or registration number, or an authorized contractor's license, as applicable, in any advertisement aired, circulated, displayed, distributed or marketed within the county that offers services of the contractor regulated by this Code.

(2) When advertising on a vehicle, the minimum height of each number or letter of the license numbers shall be one (1) inch high. Any vehicle being utilized for construction related activities shall be marked in a manner which clearly exhibits a valid county authorized contractor's license number or state certification or registration number in a minimum of one (1) inch letters, together with the name of the authorized contractor, the name of the entity in which the license holder is conducting business (if not conducting business as an individual) and the type of license held. Employee-owned vehicles used only for transportation to and from construction sites are exempt from this requirement.

(3) If a vehicle bears the name of a contractor or business organization, or any text or artwork which would lead a reasonable person to believe that the vehicle is used for construction related activities, the registration, certification or authorized contractor's license number must be conspicuously and legibly displayed along with the name, text, or artwork, as set forth in F.S. § 489.119(6)(c), as amended.

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