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The Department of Environmental Protection is a public agency. As
such, many of its records are available to the public.
Records are available during business hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
It is not necessary for you to make an appointment to review files. We do recommend that you make an appointment so that we can
facilitate your search.
If you will need copies of files: You may use the copier provided
for a maximum of 30 copies at no charge. If greater than
30 copies are needed, the fee of .15 cents per page would
apply to the entire job (i.e. a total of 75 pages produced x
.15/page = $11.25). Please make checks payable to the Florida
Department of Environmental Protection.
The Department has many online resources to help with data
and information requests. You'll find a list of some of those
resources on our web page DEP data and
If you have a request for records, please contact
the district's Public Records team:
Notes about Records Requests:
This information will help you locate
facilities/sites for your records requests
information you provide, the better.
misspellings and incorrect addresses may not indicate the
existence of actual files. Sometimes sites have multiple names. Sometimes roads are known by more than one name.
Most records are
located using a combination of facility/site name and physical
numbers are not used as a reference in Department
regulatory data systems.
It is virtually
impossible for us to search the database for an “adjacent
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