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Memorial Day

In observance of Memorial Day, the Clerk & Comptroller’s Office will be closed Monday, May 29.

Memorial Day, observed the last Monday of May, commemorates the men and women who died while serving in the armed forces. Locally, monuments preserve their memory, including the Pasco County World War II Memorial located on the bandstand at the Historic Courthouse in Dade City. The memorial contains the names of over 1,855 Pasco County residents who served in WWII, of which 39 died in the line of duty.

This Memorial Day weekend, we honor our fallen military who selflessly served and bravely fought to preserve our freedom. Thank you, also, to all our veterans, active-duty military, and their families. We are grateful for your unrelenting courage.

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

Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller
earns national achievement award for
"All American Youth Art Walk"

The Office of Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller has been recognized with an Achievement Award from the National Association of Counties (NACo). The awards honor innovative, effective county government programs that enhance services for residents.

NACo recognized All American Youth Art Walk in the category of Children and Youth. The program, in its second year, turned the public halls of Pasco’s east- and west-side courthouses into eye-pleasing galleries celebrating the talents of the county’s public school student artists. “The Art Walk has been an important labor of love for all those involved,” said Paula S. O’Neil, Ph.D., Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller. “The benefits of making sure the arts are part of every young person’s life are clear and unmistakable, and we are grateful to our partners – Pasco County Schools and the Florida West Coast Credit Union – for helping us bring it all together."

The brainchild of Clerk & Comptroller Administrative Assistant Laurie Ansorge, the Art Walk has, in just two years, attracted 262 pieces from 246 student artists representing 24 schools.

“Youth art is so rewarding, it brings us back to our core, replenishing our soul, and reminding us of where we once stood,” Ansorge said. “It exemplifies the importance of art at an early age, and opens the window of self-expression and creativity.

“Showcasing youth art enhances our lives, while giving joy, appreciation, and pride to our communities, to our country, and to our youth – our future leaders. It is my hope that art education remains an integral part of our school curriculum, it’s so important.”

Pasco Schools Superintendent Kurt Browning agrees. “Art is important to a well-rounded education,” Browning said, “so the Pasco School Board and I welcome the opportunity to enhance our students’ exposure to the arts by partnering with Clerk and Comptroller Paula O’Neil for the All American Youth Art Walk.” In March and early April, in conjunction with Youth Art Month, O’Neil, Ansorge, and their partners hosted receptions at each of the gallery/courthouses for student artists, their families, teachers, dignitaries, and art aficionados. Highlighting the events: Performances by high school musical groups, reaffirming Pasco County’s commitment to art that reaches beyond the canvas.

“Counties overcome complex challenges, provide essential services and constantly do more with less,” said NACo President Bryan Desloge. “We applaud these Achievement Award-winning counties for outstanding efforts to improve residents’ quality of life.”

That effort is ongoing. Artwork changes out with the turn of the calendar, but invitations to contribute are issued at the start of the new school year. Even now, Ansorge is gearing up for another season of recruiting budding artists and their teachers for the 2018 All American Youth Art Walk. Nationally, NACo awards are given in 18 different categories that reflect the vast, comprehensive services counties provide. The categories include children and youth, criminal justice, county administration, information technology, health, civic engagement and many more. This marks the 10th time the Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller’s Office has earned NACo honors.

NACo will recognize award-winning counties at its 2017 Annual Conference and Exposition July 21–24 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. Started in 1970, NACo’s annual Achievement Award Program is designed to recognize innovative county government programs. Each nominee is judged on its merits and not against other applications received.

Official Records and Protecting Your Personal Information

Florida Statute mandates that the Clerk & Comptroller enable Internet access to Official Records (section 28.2221, Fla. Stat. (2011)). Your social security number and other sensitive information may appear in the Official Records due to the preparation of documents in the past. The Clerk & Comptroller is committed to protecting your sensitive data from public view.

The Clerk & Comptroller's Office has electronically reviewed its Internet documents (over 14 million pages) and blocked recognized sensitive data. Due to various issues, such as poor document quality or handwritten items, the system could have missed some sensitive information.

Learn more about Protected Personal Information in the Public Record
Step-by-step instructions  on using this site to search for personal information

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. Some Florida residents and visitors have received e-mails requesting payment on fraudulent citations.

The e-mails include The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles’ logo, a fake citation number, and a request for payment within three days under threat of license suspension.

The clerk’s office does not request any form of payments through e-mail, and does not maintain a database of drivers’ e-mail addresses. All valid traffic infractions are sent to drivers through physical mail.

According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, consumers should note the following:

  • DHSMV and Clerks of Court do not e-mail citations to customers;
  • DHSMV and Clerks of Court do not require citation payment via e‑mail;
  • Citation numbers are always seven alpha-numeric digits;
  • Any consumer who receives a notice regarding a suspicious citation should contact the local Clerk of Court or call DHSMV immediately.

If you think you are being targeted by this scam, please contact DHSMV at (850) 617-2000 or through e-mail at The Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller’s Office also would like to know if you are being targeted, and can be reached at (727) 847-8031, or (352) 523-2411 x2205.

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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05/20/2017   E-Filing Portal Maintenance
To accommodate system maintenance, the portal will be unavailable Saturday May 20th, 2017 beginning at 9 p.m. EDT. Estimated downtime is between 8 to 10 hours.
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.
06/28/2016   Scam Alert The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., is warning Pasco citizens to be on the alert for scam artists posing as DEA or IRS agents.
03/07/2016   Solicitation Alert The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., is advising Pasco residents to be aware of a revived solicitation effort affecting public records.

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10/01/2015   Foreclosures - Realauction
The Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller's Office will no longer accept ACH for winning bid payments. Available payment options include cash, cashier's check, wire transfers, and funds from the User's deposit account (provided funds have cleared, are available, and sufficient to cover the full amount due).
10/01/2015   Foreclosure - Realauction refunds will only be returned to the Registered User listed on the Bidder Account.
07/07/2015   Deputy Clerk Arrested. Click Here for details.
06/22/2015   Agreed Confidentiality Order 14-CA-003990
06/16/2015   Solicitation Alert The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., is advising Pasco residents to be aware of a revived solicitation effort affecting public records.

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04/22/2015 Jury Service Fraud Scheme The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., would like to inform Pasco County citizens of a revived fraud scheme so they may protect themselves from becoming victims.
10/24/2014  Fraudulent eMail Scam Alert The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., is advising Pasco residents to be aware of a recent fraudulent email scam.
09/03/2014  Jury Service Fraud Scheme The Office of Paula S. O'Neil, Ph.D., would like to inform Pasco County citizens of the latest fraud scheme so that they may protect themselves from theft.




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