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Keith Aversa
Director of Human Resources
Administration Department

3315 Tamiami Trail East, Ste. 102
Naples, FL 34112-5324
Phone: (239) 252-2761
Email: Clerk's Administration



Our Divisions

CourtsFinanceInformation TechnologyInspector GeneralRecording & Records


The Court Division is a vital part of the local court system, maintaining the Criminal, Civil, Traffic, Probate, Domestic Violence, Mental Health, Family and Juvenile case types. The Clerk’s staff perform critical support to the courts by opening court cases, maintaining court records, collecting statutory related court fees, and serves as the official record keeper in the courtroom.

The court staff work in tandem with the judiciary, lawyers, law enforcement, court officials, and other agencies in the legal system to ensure that the essential work of the Judicial system is carried out.

In support of the Clerk’s mission to provides superior service to the public, the Courts Division processes millions of dollars in court payments annually and receives thousands of documents to be filed. Staff processes, indexes, and prepares these documents to be viewed by judicial officers and the public.

The responsibilities of a court staff can vary greatly depending on the position assigned. The duties of court staff can include some or all of the following: attending court proceedings, providing quality customer service, assisting in self-help center, domestic violence, jury management, and conducting foreclosure auctions.

The Court Division offers a fast-paced work environment that encourages staff to participate in the Divisions robust learning catalog, which increases staff’s ability to advance within the Division.

financial aid

To accomplish the Clerk’s Office core mission of serving the citizens of Collier County, the Finance Division is responsible for providing clear, concise, and transparent information regarding the revenue and spending of the County. The Division establishes and maintains internal controls to provide reasonable assurance regarding the safeguarding of county assets against loss from unauthorized use or disposition, while vetting the reliability of financial records. Reliable financial records are essential in the preparation of financial statements and to maintain accountability of county assets. The critical work of safeguarding tax-payers funds is performed by a group of highly skilled finance and accounting professionals.

The Finance Division offers a challenging work environment with learning and growth opportunities.

information technology

The Clerk’s Office Information Technology Division is responsible for re-imagining how technology is used to streamline and simplify the services the Clerk’s Office provides to the citizens of Collier County. Whether it is assisting staff with hardware issues, deploying new equipment and technology, enhancing software to ensure our systems run at the optimal levels, protecting our data, or maintaining our networks and servers/cloud-base systems, the staff of the Information Technology Division play a vital role. The clerk’s Office is committed to utilizing innovative technology solutions to ensure the Clerk’s Office is working smarter and more efficiently with one simple goal in mind, ensure the needs of the citizens of Collier County are met. 

The Clerk’s Office Courts Software Development Unit provides full lifecycle software support for the Courts case management system and ensures that the Courts Division is able to provide access to the Judicial system and the necessary services constitutionally required for the citizens of Collier County.

The Clerk’s Information Technology Division and the Clerk’s Courts Software Development Unit offers a stimulating work environment with learning and growth opportunities.

inspector general


recording and records

Have you ever bought a house, or remodeled your house, or are you married? You may not have realized it, but you have interacted with staff from the Clerk’s Recording Division . The staff of the Recording Division is responsible for recording all official records in Collier County. Official records consist of liens, plats, certificates of title, mortgages, lis pendens, marriage licenses, deeds, judgements, death certificates, military discharges and much more. As keepers of all documents filed in Collier County, the Division maintains historical documents filed with Collier County dating back to the 1870s. 

Additionally, staff of the Recording Division assists the public with information on land, subdivision plats, and other recorded instruments, issue marriage licenses and performs marriage ceremonies, and serves as an official passport acceptance agent for the U.S. Department of State. 

Following the mission of the Clerk to make the agencies services more accessible, the Recording Division staffs multiple satellite offices in convenient locations throughout the county to extend the availability of services offered to the residence of Collier County.

The Recording Division offers a rewarding environment that is at the heart of the mission of the Clerk’s Office, provide exceptional service to the community that we serve.