Public Records Request

Fees May Be Assessed for Extensive Personnel Services:
Per Florida Statutes, when inspection or reproduction of records requires extensive clerical, information technology or supervisory resources, the District may assess a special service charge, in addition to any reproduction fees.  Requests totaling more than 100 copies or which require more than 30 minutes of an employee’s time, shall be presumed to require extensive personnel services.

Personal Information

Under Florida law, you are not required to submit a public records request in writing or to identify yourself. You may make a verbal request for public records by calling the Public Records Request Line at (352) 205-8482 or 1-800-423-1476 (FL only). As an alternative, you can use this online form when requesting records. At a minimum, please provide contact information so we can respond to your request.

If this is a permit records request, please complete the following
Permit Type
Physical Address of Permit
Permit Issued At
What information are you looking for?

The District's Custodian of Public Records is listed on the Contact Us page.