City Clerk's Department
The Clerk's Office functions as the primary source of information about the City and maintains the
official records of the City. Upon request, members of the City Clerk's Office provide assistance
in locating information and documents related to City government, including City Certificates and
Lien Searches, and actions by the City Commission.
Fees for copying (and in special cases for performing
research) are governed by Florida Statutes.
As Records Custodian, the City Clerk is primarily responsible for identifying, maintaining, and
preserving vital, permanent, historical, and archival records. These documents include contracts,
permits, licenses, grants, surveys, deeds, and municipal election information. The City Clerk's
office members prepare City Commission agendas and minutes of Commission meetings, advertises
ordinances, and other required legal notices.
Online Property Search
Click here to search city records for properties within Leesburg. This online request form provides information including:
- Building permit fee balance
- Building application fee balance
- Code enforcement balance
- Current utility balance
- Miscellaneous accounts receivable balance
- Business tax licenses
- Planning and zoning fee balance
- Other inspection fee balance
Latest City Commission Meeting Agenda/Minutes: