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Custodian of Public Records – Contact Information
Ilonka Washburn
Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller
3315 Tamiami Trail E., Suite 102
Naples, FL 34112
Phone: (239) 252-7531
Email: PublicRecordsRequest@CollierClerk.com

 

 

Request Public Records

Clerk of The Circuit Court & Comptroller

Custodian of Public Records – Contact Information
Ilonka Washburn
Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller
3315 Tamiami Trail E., Suite 102
Naples, FL 34112
(239) 252-7531
PublicRecordsRequest@CollierClerk.com

Public Records Frequently Asked Questions

Request Public Records From Other Governmental Agencies:

Administrative Office of The Courts – 20th Circuit

(239) 533-1723

 

Board of County Commissioners

BCC, County Attorney, County Manager, and all departments under the County Manager

(239) 252-8069
PublicRecordRequest@CollierCountyFL.gov

 

Growth Management

(239) 252-5730
GMDPublicRecordRequest@CollierCountyFL.gov 

 

Property Appraiser

For the following:

  • Database of Real Property
  • Homestead & Other Expemptions
  • Tax Roll Summaries

(239) 252-8141
www.CollierAppraiser.com

 

Public Schools

(239) 377-0180
www.CollierSchools.com

 

Sheriff’s Office

For the following records:

  • Adult Arrest Records
  • Incident Reports
  • Crash Reports

(239) 252-0637
www.CollierSheriff.org

 

State Attorney’s Office

(239) 533-1228
www.sao.cjis20.org

 

Supervisor of Elections

(239) 252-8052
www.CollierVotes.com

 

Tax Collector – Collier County

(239) 252-8171
www.CollierTax.com

 

 

 

 

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