Pasco County Moves to Online Tax Deed Auction Format.
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Don’t fall for bond-refund scam

Beware! The Orange County Clerk & Comptroller’s Office has alerted us to a company running a possible bond refund scam. The company,, apparently sends unsolicited mailers or advertisements to customers who have posted cash bonds in criminal cases. The advertisements tell customers the Clerk is holding their bond money, and the customer is entitled to a refund. Once the customer makes a payment of $69, the Bond Refund company provides the customer a form and instructs the customer to submit the form to the Clerk for their refund. Customers are being scammed out of their money, because the cash bond has either (1) been applied to outstanding balances, either in this case or other cases, or (2) has been, or is being, disbursed to the customer already. The Bond Refund website has a drop-down menu that lists several counties in which this “service” is available. These counties include Alachua, Duval, Orange, and Polk -- but not, so far, Pasco.

Passport Execution Fee Increase

Per the U.S. Department of State, effective April 2, 2018, the passport execution fee will increase from $25 to $35. The $10 execution fee increase only applies to U.S. passport applications using the DS-11 form, such as first-time applicants over 16, children under 16, and applicants who re-apply after reporting their previous passport lost or stolen.

Message from the Clerk & Comptroller

Welcome to the Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller's website. Our mission is to serve you with integrity, professionalism, and compassion. Since this website experiences considerable traffic (averaging 1,500,000 page-loads a month), we know your time is valuable and you are here to conduct important business. We hope you are able to find the information you need. If you need further assistance, our Call Center is standing by during business hours to assist with any court-related questions.

Electronic payment of traffic citations, child support, and official records can be conducted and you may easily access our foreclosure auction calendar. Information on jury services, county finances, and official records are also available for your use. The search tool (marked by a looking glass) was added recently to assist you with navigating this website.

Please let us know if you can think of any additional ways we can serve you on this website.

Thank you for your assistance.

Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D.
Clerk & Comptroller


Scammers preying on Pasco County citizens’ sense of duty are back. Once again, these perpetrators are posing as law-enforcement officers from the Warrants Division, calling unsuspecting Pasco residents with threats of jail time for failing to appear for jury service.

The Office of Paula S. O’Neil, Ph.D., Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller, urges everyone to be aware of this revived fraud scheme.

These scammers are very persuasive. They have detailed personal information, such as a citizen’s name, address, and, in some cases, partial Social Security numbers. Scammers convince citizens law enforcement has a warrant for the citizen’s arrest and demand immediate payment from the citizen to avoid arrest. The scammer remains on the line instructing the citizen where to go to purchase cash-loaded cards. After the cards are purchased, the citizen is instructed to provide the card and pin numbers over the phone, and to mail the cash-loaded cards to the scammer.

None of this bears the slightest resemblance to how either the Clerk & Comptroller or Sheriff’s Office go about their business regarding citizens called for jury duty.

Jury summonses are sent through regular mail. If you failed to appear for jury service, an order to show cause may be mailed to you to appear before the court. The Clerk & Comptroller’s Office never contacts jurors who failed to appear by phone. Additionally, law enforcement would not demand payment, in lieu of arrest, as a result of failure to appear for jury service.

Tips to protect yourself:

  • The Clerk & Comptroller’s Office never calls or emails citizens to request payment for missing jury service.
  • If a citizen misses jury service, the court may issue an order to show cause (that is, provide an explanation or excuse) for the absence; that notice, too, is mailed.
  • Citizens always should verify Clerk & Comptroller or law enforcement callers by contacting the agency at the phone numbers provided through the agency’s website or the phone book. If you receive a call about jury service, hang up and call the toll-free number listed below.
  • Do not provide personal information or financial payment(s) to any unverified source.

The Clerk & Comptroller’s Office is working closely with the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office to keep the public informed and will remain vigilant as the investigation continues. Again, if you receive any suspicious or unsolicited communication about jury service, contact the Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller’s Office at (800) 368-2411 x8031.

The Florida Constitution established a Clerk & Comptroller as an elected public trustee in 1838 and established at the county level a system of checks and balances to serve and protect the interests of the public. The Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller, Paula S. O’Neil, Ph.D., is an elected Constitutional Officer who, under Florida Statutes, provides information management, record keeping, and financial management to the Circuit Court, County Court, and County Government. The Mission Statement of the Office is “We serve with integrity, professionalism, and compassion as we safeguard our customers' interests.”

Animal Abuser Search

Pasco County Animal Abuser Search

Animal cruelty is a serious problem, resulting in the abuse of many animals each year. While the State of Florida has criminalized the cruel treatment of animals, abuse and cruelty continue to occur in Pasco County.

The Animal Abuser Search was established to enable compliance with Pasco County Ordinance Number 17-01, which forbids knowingly selling, exchanging, or otherwise transferring cats or dogs to individuals who have been charged and convicted of an animal cruelty offense on or after March 1, 2017.

For more information regarding Ordinance Number 17-01, please click here.

Continue to the Animal Abuser Search.

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08/15/2017   DHSMV Warns of Traffic Citation Scam
The Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller's Office has received an alert from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and motor Vehicles regarding a scam involving traffic citations. Read more here for further details.
05/26/2017   E-Filing Portal Maintenance
Florida Courts reports its E-Filing Portal will be unavailable for about three hours beginning at 9 p.m. EDT on Friday, May 20th, for the performance of security system upgrades.
03/01/2017   Property Fraud Alert
Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., would like to inform Pasco County citizens of a new fraud prevention measure available to them for free! The Property Fraud Alert system helps to protect a person's property from fraud by monitoring documents such as liens, deeds, and mortgages that are recorded in Pasco County.

Click here to learn more about the Property Fraud Alert service.

Click here for the press release on the Property Fraud Alert service.

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