Renewal for the 2015-2017 biennium will begin in November 2014.
All licenses are currently set to expire February 28, 2015.
Stay tuned for more information related to upcoming renewal.
Licensure Renewal for the 2013-2015 biennium concluded on February 28, 2013.
If your license was in a delinquent status during the last biennium, your license should have become null and void on March 1, 2013, and will require you to reapply for a new Florida license.
The Department of Business and Professional Regulation continues to improve online renewal for licensees. The enhancement to the new renewal system will allow for faster processing times and includes such features as:
- Secure user registration and login
- Forgotten password retrieval
- Deficiency notices
- Automatic renewal following payment of fees
Online renewal is encouraged for all licensees. It's quick and easy. Here's what you need to do:
For the upcoming renewal you will log into your account at www.myfloridalicense.com and click on "Licensee Login" on the side menu.
Login to your account using your email and password. **If you are logging in for the first time since January 1, 2011, you will need to set up a new account. Your previous password will not work. If you receive a message regarding your activation code or your license being linked to another email account, you must call the Board office at (850) 521-0500
You will attest that you have completed or will complete your eight (8) hours of continuing education by February 28, 2013. **There is no need to report your CE credits this year.
You will then pay your fees and renew your license.
You may also wish to view a step-by-step PRESENTATION of the renewal process prepared by FBPE.
If you wish to mail in your renewal, you may print out one of the following forms, complete it and return it with your check made payable to FBPE to the following address :
Florida Board of Professional Engineers
2639 North Monroe Street, Suite B-112
Tallahassee, FL 32303
No credit card or cash payments will be accepted with mail-in renewals - only checks or money orders. Credit or debit cards will be the only form of payment accepted with online renewals.
IMPORTANT: The qualifying engineer must renew his or her license before the Certificate of Authorization can be renewed.
NOTE ON INACTIVE STATUS: In order to place your license inactive during the current renewal period, you must provide evidence for eight (8) hours of continuing education during the prior renewal period (2011-2013) and pay the renewal fee. You may then request for your license to be placed inactive. Be sure you have read and understand the requirements of Rule 61G15-22.001, FAC, regarding activating your license before your request an inactive status.
* You are required to have your social security number in the database in order to set up your account. If the number in database is incorrect, the system will not allow you to set up your account. If you experience any problems, please call the Board office at (850) 521-0500 and ask for the renewal department.
** Because FBPE no longer requires your continuing education to be reported, you will be subject to a random audit no more than every four (4) years. If you are selected for the random audit, you must provide verification of four (4) hours of Area of Practice and four (4) hours of Florida Laws & Rules, all taken prior to February 28, 2013.
Any CE hours taken after February 28, 2013 will result in a result $100 delinquent fee and your license being placed in a delinquent status until the additional fee is paid.