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Appeals: 352.374-3684 FAX: 352.381-0144
Child Support: 352.374-3621 FAX: 352.338-3207
Civil: 352.374-3618 FAX: 352.338-3207
Criminal Traffic: 352.337-6250 FAX: 352.381-0144
Court Files: 352.374-3657 FAX: 352.337-6158
Family Law: 352.374-3618 FAX: 352.338-3207
Felony: 352.374-3681 FAX: 352.381-0144
Finance and Accounting: 352.374-3605 FAX: 352.374-5265
Juvenile: 352.337-6273 FAX: 352-338-3207
Marriage Licenses: 352.374-3623
Misdemeanor: 352.337-6250 FAX: 352.381-0144
Probate: 352.374-3682 FAX: 352.338-3207
Recording & Official Records: 352.374-3625 FAX: 352.491-4649
Traffic Citations: 352.374-3609 FAX: 352.548-3798
Switchboard: 352.374-3636
TDD: 352.491-4497
Administration: 352.491-4423 FAX: 352.338-3201
Mail: Adm., & Courts
201 E. University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601

Finance & Accounting
12 SE 1st Street, 4th Floor
Gainesville, FL 32601

Delivery: Adm., Civil and Family
201 E. University Avenue
Gainesville, FL 32601

Finance & Accounting
12 SE 1st Street, 4th Floor
Gainesville, FL 32601

Criminal & Appeals
220 South Main Street
Gainesville, FL 32601


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