Welcome to the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners Public Records Request page. In accordance with Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, the County hereby designates Rachel Yoho as the custodian of public records for entities under the jurisdiction of the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners. You can make a verbal request for public records by calling the Public Records Request Coordinator at 352-264-6906, or by emailing your request to PublicRecordsRequest@alachuacounty.us
. Under Florida law, you are not required to identify yourself or to submit a public records request in writing. To make an anonymous public records request, please call Rachel Yoho at the number above and ask for the Public Records Coordinator, who will process your request. However, depending on the nature of a request, certain fees and/or costs may need to be collected before a request can be fulfilled. Therefore, a point of contact may be required.
Phosphate Mining Records Notice: Alachua County has obtained records from various federal, state and local agencies related to the proposed permitting and local land use approvals of a new phosphate mine in Bradford and Union County. Please indicate in your public records request that you are asking for records associated with this notice. Please note that the records obtained are numerous, somewhat duplicative, and unculled for relevance.
Rachel YohoRecords Coordinator
12 SE 1st Street
Gainesville, FL 32601
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