Request a Public Record

Do you need public records from the City of Eustis?

Learn how to request public records documents maintained by the City. 

Online

Step 1.Make sure the record is maintained by the City of Eustis 

The City of Eustis maintains documents recorded by the City. If your record is not maintained by the City of Eustis, you will need to contact the city or county where the record is registered. 

The City of Eustis maintains the following records:

  • Fire department records
  • Permitting documents
  • Personnel files
  • Police reports
  • City ordinances and resolutions 
  • Commission meeting minutes 

Step 2.When making your request

When making a request, please be as specific as possible. For example: 

  • Date ranges for the request - dates help to reduce broad search results over thousands of documents.
  • Keywords - search terms reduce the amount of time it takes to find your document.
  • Case number - when requesting records from the Eustis Police Department.

Helpful tips: 

  • Provide a valid email address when submitting your request.
  • If you prefer to remain anonymous, please include a contact method so we can notify you on the status of your request.

Step 3.Submit your request via e-mail 

Please send your request to Mary Montez, City Clerk at cityclerk@eustis.org

Step 4.We'll review your request 

Based on the staff time required and volume of records, the City may charge in advance for copies and may charge a fee for extensive use of clerical or supervisory labor or extensive information technology resources. If fees will total more than $100, a 25% deposit will be required upfront. Balance will be due prior to receipt of records. 

Step 5.Receive your records 

You will receive a notification by email, or other means of your choice, when your records are available. You can receive your documents electronically, by fax or by mail. You can also pick-up your records in-person. 

Phone

Step 1.Make sure the record is maintained by the City of Eustis 

The City of Eustis maintains documents recorded by the City. If your record is not maintained by the City of Eustis, you will need to contact the city or county where the record is registered. 

The City of Eustis maintains the following records:

  • Fire department records
  • Permitting documents
  • Personnel files
  • Police reports
  • City ordinances and resolutions
  • Commission meeting minutes 

Step 2.When making your request

When making a request, please be as specific as possible. For example: 

  • Date ranges for the request - dates help to reduce broad search results over thousands of documents.
  • Keywords - search terms reduce the amount of time it takes to find your document.
  • Case number - when requesting records from the Eustis Police Department.

Helpful tips: 

  • Provide a valid email address and/or phone number when submitting your request.

If you prefer to remain anonymous, please include a contact method so we can notify you on the status of your request.

Step 3.Give us a call

When you've gathered your information, please call (352) 483-5430. 

Step 4.We'll review your request 

 Based on the staff time required and volume of records, the City may charge in advance for copies and may charge a fee for extensive use of clerical or supervisory labor or extensive information technology resources. If fees will total more than $100, a 25% deposit will be required upfront. Balance will be due prior to receipt of records.  

Step 5.Receive your records 

You will receive a notification by email, or other means of your choice, when your records are available. You can receive your documents electronically, by fax or by mail. You can also pick-up your records in-person. 

Mail

Step 1.Make sure the record is maintained by the City of Eustis 

The City of Eustis maintains documents recorded by the City. If your record is not maintained by the City of Eustis, you will need to contact the city or county where the record is registered. 

The City of Eustis maintains the following records:

  • Fire department records
  • Permitting documents
  • Personnel files
  • Police reports
  • City ordinances and resolutions
  • Commission meeting minutes 

Step 2.When making your request

When making a request, please be as specific as possible. For example: 

  • Date ranges for the request - dates help to reduce broad search results over thousands of documents.
  • Keywords - search terms reduce the amount of time it takes to find your document.
  • Case number - when requesting records from the Eustis Police Department.

Helpful tips: 

  • Provide a valid email address when submitting your request.
  • If you prefer to remain anonymous, please include a contact method so we can notify you on the status of your request.

Step 3.Mail your request 

City of Eustis City Clerk
P.O. Drawer 68
Eustis, FL 32726

Step 4.We'll review your request 

Based on the staff time required and volume of records, the City may charge in advance for copies and may charge a fee for extensive use of clerical or supervisory labor or extensive information technology resources. If fees will total more than $100, a 25% deposit will be required upfront. Balance will be due prior to receipt of records.  

 

Step 5.Receive your records 

You will receive a notification by email/phone call when your records are available. You can receive your documents electronically, by fax or by mail. You can also pick-up your records in-person. 

In-Person

Step 1.Make sure the record is maintained by the City of Eustis 

The City of Eustis maintains documents recorded by the City. If your record is not maintained by the City of Eustis, you will need to contact the city or county where the record is registered. 

The City of Eustis maintains the following records:

  • Fire department records
  • Permitting documents
  • Personnel files
  • Police reports
  • City ordinances and resolutions
  • Commission meeting minutes  

Step 2.When making your request

When making a request, please be as specific as possible. For example: 

  • Date ranges for the request - dates help to reduce broad search results over thousands of documents.
  • Keywords - search terms reduce the amount of time it takes to find your document.
  • Case number - when requesting records from the Eustis Police Department.

Helpful tips: 

  • Provide a valid email address when submitting your request.
  • If you prefer to remain anonymous, please include a contact method so we can notify you on the status of your request.

Please visit the City Clerk's Office (located in the City's Manager's Office): 

City of Eustis City Hall
10 North Grove Street
Eustis, FL 32726

Step 3.We'll review your request 

Based on the staff time required and volume of records, the City may charge in advance for copies and may charge a fee for extensive use of clerical or supervisory labor or extensive information technology resources. If fees will total more than $100, a 25% deposit will be required upfront. Balance will be due prior to receipt of records.  

Step 4.Receive your records 

You will receive a notification by email/phone call when your records are available. You can receive your documents electronically, by fax or by mail. You can also pick-up your records in-person.