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Call the Clerk of Circuit Court at 321-637-5413, or visit website.
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You make make a public records request in person, by phone, e-mail or complete a form. Click on: Public Records.
Call the Brevard County Tax Collector at 321-264-6910.
Due to COVID, Notary Service has been suspended. There are notaries at City Hall, in the Development Services, City Clerk’s Office and in Human Resources. Hours for notary services are 9 am to 5 pm. If the document to be notarized is City required, there is no cost. Notary service cost is $5 per signature. As of March 19, 2020, the City Clerk no longer provides Notary Services.
Call Brevard County 321-244-4410 or a local bait shop.
Check out the Brevard County Supervisor of Elections website for the Names of the Representatives (under the Election Pages Section.)
Absentee ballot requests may be made in person, by mail, or by phone to the Supervisor of Elections at any time during the one year preceding any election.
If your permanent address changed in any way, complete a Florida Voter Registration Application (found in the Clerk’s Office or any of the Supervisor of Election Offices), or fill in the back of your voter ID Card and return card to any of the Election offices.
A property Lien Search is usually obtained by entities such as title companies, when property ownership is changing. The search provides information about outstanding debt, such as fines, fees and assessments, owed to the City. Lien Searches are conducted by: Orange Lien
A name change may be made in person or in writing at any one of the Election Offices