John Hart's Irrigation, Inc.


FYI: Contractor Compliance/Trackin g

    (Lake Interactive  Button)

Do you know for certain that you have hired a "Licensed" Contractor? It just takes a few minutes to check. Click on the LAKE COUNTY "Interactive" button to the Above, just to be sure :)  Type in the Company Name. 

For example:

John Harts Irrigation

Go to : Class of Business and Scroll down to "Irrigation Sprinkler" then the Search Button.

If you see a status of "Active" ; then you are working with a Licensed Contractor.

FYI: Contractor Compliance/Tracking

  • STATE REGISTERED CONTRACTORS AND LOCAL CONTRACTORS 

     September is the time of year for Lake County registered contractors to renew or update their licenses. All registered Electricians, Plumbers, and Air Conditioning contractors only need to update their paper work. (Copy of state license, occupational license, and originalbond or continuation certificate, liability insurance and workers compensation coverage or current workers compensation exemption). All other registered contractors will need to renew their license this year. You will need to submit the needed paperwork listed above along with your $100.00 renewal fee. (Registered contractors can renew August 1st or after.)

     To all local Registered Concrete, Masonary, Marine, Carpentry, Sign, Aluminum Erection, Siding, Stucco, and Irrigation Contractors: Just a reminder that before you renew your license this September, you will be required to provide us with a copy of your certificates of completion of your 14 hours of continuing education. These certificates must be approved by the state and have a ceu approval number on the certificate.After submitting this along with other required paperwork, including an "Active" local license to Lake County the contractor will be issued an "Active Competency Card with an assigned four digit number typically." This card is comfirmation that you are in compliance with Lake County. 

     ARTICLE VI. - LOCALLY REGISTERED AND LOCALLY LICENSED CONTRACTORS:

    Sec. 6-85. - Continuing education. 

    Any contractor holding a local license with Lake County must complete the continuing education requirements before his or her local license will be renewed.  If a contractor is on an inactive status with Lake County, the contractor must complete fourteen (14) hours of continuing education before renewing their license on an active status.


  • Hiring without Hesitation?

    Do you know for certain that you have hired a "Licensed" Contractor? It just takes a few minutes to check. Click on the LAKE COUNTY "Interactive" button to the right, just to be sure :)  Just type in the Company Name. ( For example: John Harts Irrigation )  An "Active" STATE LICENSE or "ACTIVE" COMPETENCY CARD  is verification that the business you are inquiring about is in compliance with Lake County, If you're still unsure if a business is in compliance, you can also call the Lake County building department at   (352) 343-9653. 


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