- Town Clerk's Office
Town Clerk's OFFICE
The Town Clerk's Office is the Town's official Custodian of Public Records and strives to provide accurate information and Town documents to residents and other members of the public and media who request Town information. The Town Clerk's Office also prepares and publishes Town meeting agendas, responds to public record requests, produces Town Commission meeting minutes, helps coordinate Town elections, maintains all official Town records and updates the Town’s Municipal Code of Ordinances.
Public Records Request
To make a Public Records Request, you can call (954-640-4200) or e-mail the Town Clerk's office. You can also file an online Public Records Request.
Emails Are Public Records
Under Florida law, email addresses and e-mail correspondence sent to elected Town officials or Town staff are considered public records and will be released in response to a public records request. Under Florida law, email addresses are considered public records. If you do not want your e-mail address and correspondence released to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to the Town. Thank you.
Submit Public Comments
To submit public comments, please send an email to email@example.com. All comments sent to this email address will be forwarded to the Town Commission.
To advise the Town of your interest in providing an Invocation at a Town Commission meeting, please email the Town Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to view the Town's Invocation Policy.
Click here to view Section 2-23 of the Town Code for Maintaining order, decorum at Town Commission and Board meetings.