Public Records Information

The City of North Lauderdale's City Clerk's Office will make every effort to provide records as promptly as possible and collect the actual cost for making copies and/or reproductions of active, inactive and/or archival public documents consistent with Chapter 119, Florida Statutes. However, where the nature or volume of such records requires more than 15 minutes of information technology resources, clerical or supervisory assistance, or both, a special service charge based upon the labor cost actually incurred in providing such copies shall be assessed in addition to the actual cost of the reproduction of documents.  

The City of North Lauderdale has established a schedule of fees for the duplication of public records in conformance with Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes, entitled "PUBLIC RECORDS ACT." Chapter 119 sets forth guidelines and fees relating to the duplication of public records, of which the City of North Lauderdale has adopted and subsequently amended Chapter 2, Article 1, Section 2-3, entitled "Costs of Reproduction, Sale of City Documents," of the Code of Ordinances (07-04-1187) to establish a fee structure for the duplication of public records.

To download a copy of the Public Records Request form, please click here.

The completion of this form is optional; however, all public records requests must be submitted through the City Clerk's Office. 

ACCESS TO PUBLIC RECORDS
If you wish to submit a request to inspect or copy public records, 
the City of North Lauderdale Custodian of Public Records is:

Patricia Vancheri – City Clerk
701 SW 71 Avenue
North Lauderdale, FL 33068
954-724-7056
pvancheri@nlauderdale.org

This notice is posted pursuant to Fla. Statute §119.12 and any and all other applicable local, State, and Federal laws.