Public Records Request

The City of Coral Springs is committed to transparency and providing access to public records is the law in Florida.

Online

Step 1.Check if it's Already Available.

All previous requests and responsive documents are viewable online. You may even find what you're looking for without having to submit a new request. 

Search existing requests

Step 2.Create a New Request.

If you can't find an existing request that has what you're looking for, you can create a new request. When making a request, it helps to be as specific as possible. 

Create a new records request

Step 3.Track Your Request

Looking to find the status of a recent request? Make sure you have your request number and security key that was emailed to you when you created a records request.

Track your request

Step 4.Press

If you are seeking press releases, please contact our communications department at aassenza@coralsprings.org

Mail

For those who wish to make a written request, mail us all your information and request to:

Custodian of Public Records
Debra Thomas, CMC, City Clerk
9500 West Sample Road, Coral Springs, FL 33065 

The Community Redevelopment Agency Public Records
Debra Thomas, CMC, City Clerk
9500 West Sample Road, Coral Springs, FL 33065 

Custodian of Police Public Records
Martha Fonte, Records Supervisor
2801 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33065 

The request must be clear enough to enable the City to conduct a meaningful search. The City may ask questions about the request in order to respond to the request fully and in a timely manner.

Call

You can also call in your request: 

  • Office of the City Clerk: 954-344-1065
  • Police: Records: 954-346-1340
  • Fire Records: 954-344-5934
  • Community Redevelopment Agency: 954-344-1121

Note: Section 119.07(1)(a) of the Florida Statute makes clear that an agency is not authorized to require a request for records be made in writing.  Furthermore, any requester may remain anonymous and need not disclose name, address, telephone number or similar identifying information prior to receiving copies of public records.The request must be clear enough to enable the City to conduct a meaningful search. The City may ask questions about the request in order to respond to the request fully and in a timely manner.In making this request, I understand that the City is under no obligation to create a document to satisfy my request. I further understand that the records will be released only in accordance with Chapter 119 Florida Statutes. If the City determines that a special service charge will be applied for extensive use of technology resources, clerical and/or supervisory assistance, a written estimate of charges will be provided to the requester. Receipt of a deposit will also be required prior to compiling such requests.