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Pasco County Board of County Commissioners Public Records Requests

Under Florida law, you are not required to submit a public records request in writing. However, if you elect to do so, you may use the online form below. In order for the County to successfully respond to your request, a description of the records and your choice of contact information will be necessary.

You may make a verbal request for public records by calling the records ombudsperson at (727) 847-8973, or by emailing your request to

The following agencies are the custodians of the public records identified below. The Pasco County Commission is not the custodian of:    

Clerk of the Circuit Court:

Civil Cases, Criminal Cases, Case Searches, Marriage Licenses, Jury Duty, Payment of Citations, Official Records (Recorded Documents) etc.

Property Appraiser:

Property Research, Map Searches, Homestead Exemption; Tax Facts, Recent Sales, etc.

Tax Collector:

Online Forms, Driver Licenses & Registration, Disabled Parking Permits, Pay Taxes Online, etc.

Sheriff's Office:

Case Reports, Arrest Reports, Crime Line, Etc. 

Supervisor of Elections:

Voter Education, Voter Registration, Election Results, Statistics, Precinct Maps 

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Public Records Requests

Definition of Public Record: All materials made or received by an agency in connection with official business which are used to perpetuate, communicate or formalize knowledge. In no case is Lee County required to provide information that is not in this form but can be extrapolated from these materials simply to respond to a specific request.

Florida Statute: Chapter 119: Public Records (includes exemptions)