A Certificate of Completion (COC) can be issued after final inspection for structures where there is no occupancy. There is no cost for a Certificate of Completion.
A Certificate of Completion can be issued for the following permit types:
- shell buildings
- vanilla shells
- construction trailers
- detached garages
- exterior doors
- screen rooms
- vinyl siding
- window replacements.
Many of these permits are routed to other departments to ensure that their final requirements are met. Upon final approval by all departments, the project is given a FINAL status and a Certificate of Completion can be obtained. Once a COC is issued, it can be downloaded from the Osceola County Permit Center.
The building official will issue you a Certificate of Occupancy (CO) after the building or structure has received a final inspection and no violations are found to the provisions of the building codes, life safety and applicable laws. Read the requirements necessary to receive a Residential or Commercial CO.