Approved Concurrency applications can be extended in accordance with code: Article XII, Chapter 30, Section 30 588.
In 2011, the legislature enacted legislation that tolls permit expirations during, and extends them following, a state of emergency declared by the Governor. This provision is codified in section 252.363, Florida Statutes. The permit holder must submit the written notification within 90 days after the expiration of the declaration of emergency. The notification will need to be completed by filling out the State of Emergency form and sending it to the Concurrency Management Office.
The Concurrency Management Office can assist you in determining the eligible extensions as it relates to you project. Please send all applications for processing to Concurrency@ocfl.net.