Agencies / Authorities
Issue, Concern, or Question? Use the PRIDE Online Issue Tracking System – If you need to reach a County Department with a comment, complaint, request, or issue, you can input your info and track progress right online.
Board of County Commissioners – The majority of County Departments are governed by this five-member Commission Board, all of whom are elected for four year terms.
Clerk of Courts – Search official records, pay traffic fines, deal with civil & family issues. Ordinances, marriage license, passports, minutes & agendas, and much more can be found on their site.
Judicial Services – Criminal and civil cases; family matters: dissolutions of marriage, injunctions for protection, juvenile delinquency / dependency; probate, guardianship, small claims, landlord / tenant; infractions, including traffic, hunting / fishing.
Property Appraiser – Assesses property and administers exemptions. Estimate your taxes, search property records, file exemptions, appeal assessments.
Sheriff's Office – Information related to law enforcement, crime prevention, & corrections. Inmate search, background check, victim's advocacy, civilian firearms training and more. In case of emergency, please dial 911.
Supervisor of Elections – Voter registration, candidates, election results, precincts and voting, elected officials information.
Tax Collector – Real estate and property taxes, Local Business Tax, department of motor vehicles, hunting/fishing licenses, Project Buckle Up.
Contact Us: Staff answers the main number during business hours.
You can also email email@example.com.
Public Records Requests – Public records requests may be made by completing the Public Records Request Form or contacting us directly. For more information, please view the Public Records Request Brochure or visit the Public Records / Open Government page.
Under Florida law, email addresses are public records.
If you do not want your email address released in response to a public records request,
do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.