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This website is currently under renovation to improve accessibility for users with disabilities. This process coincides with efforts to achieve and maintain compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. If anyone encounters an inaccessible feature on this website, please contact Amanda Roberts, City Clerk at (352) 465-8500 or mroberts@dunnellon.org to advise what inaccessible feature was encountered, and to allow the City to provide the desired information through alternative means, until such time as the website renovation is complete.
Public Records
Public Records Request

Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, Notice of the City of Dunnellon Custodian of Public Records

The Custodian of Public Records for the City of Dunnellon is the City Clerk. The City Clerk's office is the location where the City's public records are  routinely created, sent, received, maintained and requested.  The location and contact information is:

Mandy Roberts, City Clerk
City of Dunnellon City Hall
20750 River Drive
352-465-8500

Capítulo 119, Estatutos de Florida, Notificación del Custodio de Registros Públicos de la Ciudad de Dunnellon

El Custodio de Registros Públicos de la Ciudad de Dunnellon es la Secretaría de la Ciudad. La oficina de la Secretaría de la Ciudad es el lugar donde los registros públicos de la ciudad son rutinariamente creados, enviados, recibidos, mantenidos y solicitados. La siguiente es la localización y contacto de esta oficina:

Mandy Roberts, City Clerk
City of Dunnellon City Hall
20750 River Drive
Dunnellon, FL 34431
352-465-8500


You may submit a public records request by either contacting the City Clerk’s Office at (352) 465-8500 or by email. Please include the topic of your request in the subject line of your message as well as in the body of the message.

Please note that public records requests are not required to be in writing and you do not have to disclose your identity. However, it may assist us in processing your request accurately, quickly, and efficiently.

Fees
We will process all public records requests in compliance with Florida Statute 119.07 within a reasonable amount of time and charge the duplication fees outlined in the statute. Extensive requests will result in charges for staff time. You will be provided with an estimate of the retrieval cost and may be asked to pay a deposit before documents are pulled.