Before You Visit

Review the Checklist

External image of the Orange County CourthouseGetting a marriage license or paying a traffic ticket is not something that most of us do on a daily basis, so we want to make your experience with the Clerk’s Office as efficient and pleasant as possible. 

With this in mind, we have compiled a checklist for you to review before coming to do business with us. You never know, you may discover that you can pay that ticket online or at a partner location and avoid a trip to the Clerk’s Office altogether.  

Clerk Locations

The Clerk’s Office has five locations to serve the citizens of Orange County.

Orange County Courthouse
425 N. Orange Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801

Ocoee Branch
475 Story Rd 
Ocoee, FL 34761

Winter Park Branch
450 N. Lakemont Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32792

Apopka Branch
1111 N. Rock Springs Rd.
Apopka, FL 32712

For more information on our locations, including maps and directions, visit the Locations section of our website.


The type and availability of parking depends on which Clerk location you are planning to visit. 

Orange County Courthouse

Parking is available in the courthouse parking garage and on the street with metered parking. There are two entrances for the parking garage, one on Orange Ave. and the other on Magnolia Ave. A fee is required to park in either the courthouse parking garage or on the street with metered parking. A parking fee schedule is available from the City of Orlando.

Those using public transportation can avoid the parking fee and jurors can bring their parking ticket with them for validation.

For more information on public transportation in and around downtown Orlando, visit the LYNX website.

Branch & Service Center Locations
The Clerk’s Office has three branch and/or service center locations throughout Orange County. There is ample free parking at each of these locations.

For more information on our locations, including maps and directions, visit the Locations section of our website.

Online Court Records Search

The Clerk’s my eClerk website provides remote public access to many of the court records managed by our office - free of charge. Consider searching my eClerk before coming to the courthouse or submitting a record request.

Public Records – The Clerk’s Responsibility

The Orange County Clerk of Courts maintains a wide range of court records and documents. If you are in need of court case information, consider using my eClerk to search cases or contact our office directly.

If you are looking for deeds, leases, bills of sale, mortgages, notices or claims of lien, notices of levy, tax warrants or any other items relating to the ownership of real or personal property, please contact the Orange County Comptroller, Property Appraiser or Tax Collector.

Clerk's Courthouse Directory

If you are coming to the courthouse, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Clerk’s customer service locations.

Civil Division
Suite 350
Services include: Small claims, evictions, foreclosures     
Compliance, Criminal and Traffic Division
Suite 410
Services include: Payments, driver license reinstatements, hearing information       
Family Services Division
Suite 320
Services include: Child support, divorce, restraining orders
Marriage Licenses
Suite 350
Services include: Marriage license applications, wedding ceremonies, passport applications

Probate/Mental Health Division
Suite 335
Services include: Wills, guardianships, mental health, substance abuse
Records Management Division/Passports
Suite 150
Services include: Copies of court records, copies of marriage licenses, certified copies 

Self Help Center
Suite 340
Services include: Assistance with family law cases, small claims and residential evictions 

Remote Payment Options

For many customers, coming to one of our locations is not always necessary in order to make a payment. We offer several options for paying a fine or fee remotely.

Pay Online
Pay traffic tickets or most criminal fines online 24/7 from any location with internet access. You can even opt for traffic school or request an extension. Visit my eClerk to get started.

Pay at Amscot
Visit any Amscot location around the state to make most traffic, criminal felony and criminal misdemeanor payments. Use the following information to complete the Amscot transaction:
  • Payable to: Orange County Clerk's Office
  • Provide case or citation #

Pay by Mail

Send payments using the address below. When paying by mail, always include a case or citation number, but please do not send cash. 

Orange County Clerk of Courts
Attn: ____________________
425 N. Orange Ave.
Orlando, FL 32801

Passport Requirements

All of our locations are passport application centers.

We work on behalf of the U.S. Department of State to process passport applications. Because of this, there are two separate fees to be paid when applying for a passport, one to the U.S. Department of State and one to the Clerk’s Office, with different accepted forms of payment for each.

Accepted Forms of Payment - U.S. Department of State 
Personal check, cashier's check or money order payable to the U.S. Department of State.

Accepted Forms of Payment - Clerk’s Office 
Cash, money order, cashier's check (payable to the Orange County Clerk of Courts) and all major credit cards.

Additional passport requirements include:

Proof of citizenship (one of the following): 
  • Certified copy of your birth certificate (must include parent’s full names)
  • Certificate of naturalization

Proof of identity (one of the following):
  • Valid driver's license 
  • State identification card

For complete details, visit the Passport section.

Required Photo Identification

In some instances, valid photo identification is required in order to view certain case information.

If You are a Party to the Case and Wish to View Physical Court File
You are required to go to the division in the courthouse where your case originated and present valid photo identification to request the physical file. For example, if your case is criminal in nature, you must go to the Criminal Division to request to review the file. The same applies for Civil, Family, Probate/Mental Health and Traffic cases.

Requesting Juvenile Case Information
Due to strict confidentiality laws regarding juvenile cases, information regarding juvenile cases can only be made available to the juvenile, parent or guardian, attorney for parent or child, and select government officials with valid photo identification. Case information cannot be given over the telephone. 

All requests for juvenile case information must be accompanied by a legible copy of photo identification.

Jury Duty

The Ninth Circuit Court Administration manages the juror process for Orange County. If you receive a jury summons by mail, please review the information carefully. If you have questions regarding jury duty, please visit the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court website or call 407-836-2206.