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How Many Permits Are There?


Permits
Posted: March 27, 2018 by Amy Prumo & Thomas Carden Team

Hello,

 

Below is a section from Monroe County Code which references the available ROGO Allocations in a given year.  Other sections may be applicable.

·        Sec. 138-24. - Residential ROGO allocations.

(a)    Number of available annual residential ROGO allocations.

The number of market rate residential ROGO allocations available in each subarea of the unincorporated county and the total number of affordable residential ROGO allocations available countywide on a yearly basis shall be as follows:

   

Upper Keys

61

Lower Keys

57

Big Pine and No Name Keys

8

   

Total market rate

126

   

Affordable dwelling units

 

Very Low, Low, and Median Incomes

36*

Moderate Income

35*

 

71

   

Total units a year

197

*Includes one for Big Pine Key and No Name Key.

Subarea

Number of Dwelling Units

 

 

Key Largo is considered to be in the Upper Keys Subarea.

 

You may go to Municode for other code sections:  https://www2.municode.com/library/fl/monroe_county/codes/land_development_code

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