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City of Orlando Records Management and Public Records Requests

Public Records are documents sent to, generated or received by City of Orlando staff are public records. Many documents are available to anyone who asks. Sometimes a document or file will contain information that is exempt from public disclosure or contains confidential information.

The City is please to announce that we are now accepting Public Records Requests online via NextRequest! Please note that public records requests are not required to be in writing, however, it may assist us in processing your request more accurately, quickly and efficiently.

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General Public Records Available Online

The list below contains a listing of all records which are available online through multiple agencies.

Title Agency Phone
A to Z Resource Guide State of Florida
Active Police Calls Orlando Police Department 321.235.5200
Agendas City of Orlando 407.246.2251
Apply for a Job City of Orlando 407.246.2062
Audit Reports – Orange County Orange County, Florida
Boards City of Orlando 407.246.2251
Bids and Solicitations City of Orlando 407.246.2266
Birth Certificates Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics 407.836.7128
Budget and Reports City of Orlando 407.246.2345
Business Licenses City of Orlando 407.246.2204
Business Tax Receipts City of Orlando 407.246.2204
Check Registers – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.5635
Child Support Enforcement Orange County Clerk of the Court 407.836.2059
City Information Locator City of Orlando
City Jobs City of Orlando 407.246.2062
Civil Case Records Orange County Clerk of the Court 407.836.2060
Code Enforcement Violation Report City of Orlando 407.246.2686
Code Enforcement Violation Search City of Orlando 407.246.2686
Commissioners City of Orlando 407.246.2382
Criminal Case Records Orange County Clerk of the Court 407.836.2060
Death Certificates Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics 407.836.7128
Divorce Certificates Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics 407.836.2054
Driver’s License Orange County Tax Collector 407.836.2060
Election Information City of Orlando 407.836.2070
Electronic Records Search City of Orlando 407.246.2271
EMS Records City of Orlando 407.246.2166
Financial Reports City of Orlando 407.246.2345
Financial Reports – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.5690
Fire Department Records Orlando Fire Department 407.246.2166
Greenwood Cemetery City of Orlando 407.246.2616
Job Openings City of Orlando 407.246.2062
Marriage Certificates Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics 407.836.2067
Marriage Licenses Orange County Clerk of the Court 407.836.2067
Mayor Buddy Dyer City of Orlando 407.246.2221
Meeting Minutes City of Orlando 407.246.2251
Meeting Schedules City of Orlando 407.246.2251
Occupational License City of Orlando 407.246.2204
OPD Records Orlando Police Department 407.246.2406
Orange County Public Records Orange County, Florida 407.836.5690
Orlando Map Gallery City of Orlando 407.246.3314
Orlando Utilities Commission Orlando Utilities Commission 407.423.9100
Parking Tickets City of Orlando 407.246.2450
Parking Tickets – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.2060
Pay a Parking Tickets City of Orlando 407.246.2450
Permit Status City of Orlando 407.246.2271
Procurement Contracts City of Orlando 407.246.2291
Property Auctions – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.5044
Property Information Orange County Property Appraiser 407.836.5044
Property Search Orange County Property Appraiser 407.836.5044
Public Service Tax – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.3111
Records Search – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.5690
Recycle and Trash Services City of Orlando 407.246.2314
Registration – Automobile Orange County Tax Collector 407.836.4145
Report a City Code Violation City of Orlando 407.246.2686
Report a Crime Orlando Police Department 911
Report an Incident – Orange County Orange County Sheriff’s Office 911
Research a Property City of Orlando 407.246.3416
Solicitations & Bids City of Orlando 407.246.2266
Special Event Permitting City of Orlando 407.246.2271
Tags – Automobile Orange County Tax Collector 407.836.4145
Tax Collector Orange County Tax Collector 407.836.4145
Tax Deed Sales – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.4145
Tourist Development Tax – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.3111
Traffic Citations Orange County Clerk of the Court 407.836.6000
Traffic Incident Report Orlando Police Department 407.246.2406
Trash and Recycle Services City of Orlando 407.246.2314
Value Adjustment Board – Orange County Orange County, Florida 407.836.3111
Vendor Contracts City of Orlando 407.246.2291
Videos City of Orlando Channel  City of Orlando 407.246.2121
Voter Registration Orange County Supervisor of Elections Office 407.836.2070
Water Atlas Orange County Water Atlas

 


Orlando Police Department Records Information

Accident Reports

Motor vehicle crash information is confidential and exempt from disclosure for a period of 60 days after the date the crash report is filed. §316.066(3)(c) Fla. Stats. (2003). You will need this form to: Request traffic report within 60 days of accident.

Background Checks

The cost for a background request is $10.00. To process a background check we need some information from you: name, birth-date, social security number and if request is for Job, Apartment, or Immigration. Background checks can be requested online via NextRequest or in person at Orlando Police Department Headquarters Records Unit at 100 S. Hughey Avenue, Orlando, Florida 32801.

IRIS Cameras

The IRIS camera video server retains video based on the amount of activity for a particular location. The oldest video is recorded over automatically when the server reaches capacity. The desired retention time is 30 days and most video is stored for 30 days, on occasion, some video stays a little longer or possibly a little bit shorter than 30 days.

9-1-1 Call Recordings

These recordings will be redacted as required by section 365.171(12), Fla. Stat., which prohibits release of information that identifies 9-1-1 callers. Most 9-1-1 recordings will be retained for 6 months.

Note: State law requires the City produce specifically identified records in its possession within a reasonable amount of time. City policy states you should receive an acknowledgement to your request within 48 hours. If records are not readily available and require more than 30 minutes to retrieve, you will receive an estimate of the retrieval cost and may be asked to pay a deposit before the documents are pulled. The cost of the retrieval is based on the actual number of hours required to retrieve the documents multiplied by the hourly rate of the lowest paid staff member capable of performing the retrieval. If the actual cost is less than your deposit, you will be refunded the balance. Likewise, if the actual cost exceeds the estimate, you will be asked to pay the difference. Copies are available for 15 cents per page.

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