Public Records Requests

Accountability and Transparency Every Day in Every Way

A Public Record is all "documents, papers, letters, maps, books, tapes, photographs, films, sound recordings, data processing software or other material, regardless of the physical form, characteristics, or means of transmission" (includes electronic communication like text messages and emails) made or received pursuant to law or ordinance or in the connection with the transaction of official business by any agency (including a private entity acting on behalf of a public agency) which are used to perpetuate, communicate, or formalize knowledge. (Per BCTC Public Records Policy)

As a public entity, the Office of the Brevard County Tax Collector creates, retains, and destroys public records in accordance with Florida State Law. Public records are available for inspection and/or copying in accordance with the Florida Statutes Chapters 119 and 213.

To meet the Tax Collector’s Vision of “Accountability and Transparency Every Day in Every Way” our Office provides access to many of our public records through our website. If you do not have on-line computer access to these records, one of our department specialists will be glad to assist you in obtaining a specific requested record.

For those records that are not available on-line, a specific public records request can be made through any of our employees or by submitting the form below. The speed of fulfilling a specific public records request will vary in accordance with the extent of the request, the need to redact confidential or exempt information and the work flow of the impacted department. There may be fees associated with a public records request. For more information you can contact the Tax Collector Custodian of Records.

The Custodian of Records for the Brevard County Tax Collector is Ruth Rowe. Requests for public records can be made by phone, in person, letter or e-mail at the following locations:

Custodian of Records

Business hours for the administrative office and records custodian, excepting holidays, are Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm.
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Driver Licenses & Motor Vehicle Public Records

The Office of the Brevard County Tax Collector is an Agent for the State of Florida Department of Motor Vehicles, but is not the custodian of records as it pertains to driver licenses or vehicle/vessel titles and registrations. Persons seeking those public records must contact the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles at: