Public Records Request

In compliance with Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, the Martin County Board of Commissioners provides multiple methods to file a request for public records.

By Phone: Contact the Public Records Liaison directly at (772) 419-6959. 
By Email: Send request to: public_records@martin.fl.us
By Mail: Mail to Martin County, Attention: Public Records Liaison, 2401 SE Monterey Road, Stuart, Florida 34996.
Online: You may submit a public records request online by selecting the "Submit a Request for Help or Information" button below to begin your request for information. Include all the information outlined below so that your response can be handled as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Instructions

Please provide the following details within the request: 

  • A means of contact, such as email, address or phone number.
  • Clear, concise description of the record(s) that you are seeking.
  • Beginning and ending dates, when appropriate.

Please note that should the request incur extensive use of information technology resources or clerical assistance by any department, charges may be imposed in accordance with section 119.07(4)(d), Florida Statutes. If so, you will be provided an estimate of cost, which will require your approval before producing the records. Once you approve, you will be contacted as soon as the requested records become available, and payment in full will be required prior to the release of the records. If the estimated total exceeds $200, a deposit for the estimate will be due prior to fulfillment of your request.

To obtain public records without providing contact information, please call (772) 419-6959.

Public Records Request

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