Valentine’s Day Wedding Ceremony

Valentine 2018
The Clerk & Comptroller’s Office will facilitate a Valentine’s Day Wedding Ceremony Wednesday, Feb.14. Couples eager to tie the knot in an especially memorable fashion are invited to exchange vows in a group ceremony on the photogenic grounds of the Pasco County Historic Courthouse in Dade City. The Honorable Judge Kemba Lewis is scheduled to officiate.

The popular annual event has witnessed the uniting of nearly 180 couples since the inaugural group celebration in 2009.

“It is breathtaking to see this celebration of love and friendship on Valentine’s Day,” said Paula S. O’Neil, Ph.D., Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller, “and we look forward to facilitating this ceremony again.”

Couples may register for the Valentine’s Day Ceremony when applying for marriage licenses no later than Friday, February 9. A certified marriage certificate will be mailed to participating couples the day after the ceremony.

Couples should arrive at the Pasco County Historic Courthouse by 1 p.m. Valentine’s Day with their marriage license and identification.

For more information, contact the Clerk & Comptroller’s Office in New Port Richey (727) 847-8086 or Dade City (352) 521-4408



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.

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Notices

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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