You may be in the Pinellas County public records and not even know it! Pinellas County is one of the most popular counties in Florida, with millions of visitors coming from around the world each year to visit its famous beaches, see world famous shows at its professionally appointed theater venues, and eat seafood at its hundreds of first class restaurants. People come in and out of Pinelllas County all the time, and any of these visits could generate a public record.
Pinellas County public records are generated for a variety of reasons. Anyone who has ever gotten a ticket in the county, bought or sold property (even timeshares), gotten married there, or been involved in a civil suit with someone from there will most likely have a public record in their name at the county court house.
The Pinellas County court house is in Clearwater, home of one of the world’s most famous beaches. If you’re interested in finding out what information Pinellas County has on you, this is where you want to start.
You can go to the Pinellas County clerk of the court website and do on online search to look up your name. If you find a mention of yourself there, you can click further into the site to see the index of whatever event generated the record. To get a copy of the full record, so you can see the exact details of the information about you that’s being held by the county, you will need to go to the county court house in person and request it.