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Disclaimers, Terms, and Conditions
Florida Statute 28.2221(2) "Electronic Access to Official Records" states:
"No later than January 1, 2002, the county recorder in each county shall provide a current index of documents recorded in the official records of the county for the period beginning no later than January 1, 1990, on a publicly available Internet website which shall also contain a document requisition point for obtaining images or copies of the documents reflected in the index and which has the capability of electronically providing the index data to a central statewide search site. The index shall be limited to grantor and grantee names, party names, date, book and page number, comments, and type of record."
Pasco County Official Records are searchable by name within document types and date ranges. Book and page and instrument numbers also allow direct access to individual documents. The Official Records system contains documents related to property, such as deeds and mortgages. They also contain many court documents, including final judgments.
Indexes are available from 1975 through the current date. Images from 1990 to the present are viewable online by the public except for documents related to probate or family law cases, military discharges, and death certificates.
The images archived in the Pasco County Official Record are digital reproductions of the original documents presented to the Clerk for recording. Except as specifically directed by law (e.g., redaction of information directed by statute), the Clerk's Office does not alter the content of the original documents during the recording process. Unclear or illegible content in the archived image is likely to be the result of unclear or illegible content in the original document.
Pasco County Plat Maps
Search plat maps online by using the name of the subdivision, plat book, and page number found on the warranty deed, or the section/township/range.
A 24-by-36-inch version of a plat map is available by visiting the Clerk & Comptroller's Office for a fee of $5 per page.
Certified copies may be purchased by mail using the Official Records Document Order Form. Copies of older documents not available online also may be purchased with the order form.
Acceptable forms of mailed payments are bank check, personal in-state check, business check, or money order. Checks can be made payable to Nikki Alvarez-Sowles, Esq., Clerk & Comptroller. Please send the request to the following address: Office of Nikki Alvarez-Sowles, Esq., Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller, Official Records Department, 38053 Live Oak Avenue, Dade City, FL 33523-3805.
Certified copies may also be purchased over the phone by calling 352-521-4408 or 727-847-8086. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, & American Express. Keep in mind there is a 3.5% fee associated with this transaction.