Permitting

PERMIT FOR FILMING ON STATE PROPERTY
If you are planning to utilize a location that is owned or maintained by the State of Florida for your production, a permit may be required. A State location is any road, park, beach, building, etc. that is not governed by a county or municipality. Permitting for these locations is handled through the individual State agency with jurisdiction over the property. Please review the list of State Agencies below for additional information.

Department of Corrections
Department of Environmental Protection
Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles
Department of Juvenile Justice
Department of Transportation
Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission
Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission – Turtles
Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission – Manatees

PERMIT FOR FILMING ON FEDERAL PROPERTY
If you are interested in filming on Federal property, or need assistance from the Department of Homeland security during your production, please click on the link below for information.

Federal Property

CHILD LABOR LAWS
The entertainment industry has special rules to ensure that minors are not employed under conditions that are either injurious or detrimental to their health, safety or education. Employers of minors in the entertainment industry are required to obtain a Permit to Hire prior to employing any minor in Florida. For information regarding Florida’s Child Labor Laws, click on the link below.

Child Labor Laws

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