Brandon J. Patty 
St. Johns County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller

4010 Lewis Speedway
St. Augustine, FL  32084
Tel: (904) 819-3600

2023 Holiday Schedule

January 2, 2023MondayNew Year's (Observed)
January 16, 2023MondayDr. Martin Luther King, Jr's Birthday
April 7, 2023FridayGood Friday
May 29, 2023MondayMemorial Day
July 4, 2023TuesdayIndependence Day
September 4, 2023MondayLabor Day
September 25, 2023MondayYom Kippur
November 10, 2023FridayVeterans Day (Observed)
November 23 & 24, 2023Thursday & FridayThanksgiving
December 25 & 26, 2023Monday & TuesdayChristmas

Even when our offices are closed, the following St. Johns County Clerk and Comptroller online resources are easily accessible through a computer or smartphone 24 hours a day, year-round:

  • Online payment for traffic tickets: The Clerk’s office offers convenient ways to pay traffic citations, including online. Visit us at to learn more about how to make a timely payment, even after business hours.
  • Potential fraud alerts: Property and mortgage fraud is among the fastest growing white-collar crimes in the United States. Property fraud is when someone illegally uses your property for financial gain — for example, if someone records a fraudulent deed and/or lien against your property in St. Johns County’s Official Records. St. Johns County property owners can register for free alerts of potential property fraud, an electronic notification service that alerts you via email any time an Official Record document is recorded in your name with Clerk’s office. Subscribe at
  • Unclaimed funds: The Clerk’s office provides the public with online access to unclaimed funds. You can check and claim unclaimed monies on your own and free of charge at In addition, the Clerk’s office turns over unclaimed funds annually to the state of Florida so you also will want to check
  • nCourt: This technology provides payment solutions and services that help with meeting court-ordered financial obligations. You can pay criminal and non-criminal citations online through nCourt if you do not have a pending court date or the case has not been sent to collections. Pay at
  • E-Certify: Certified records — such as wills, marriage licenses, divorce decrees — are available electronically for purchase 24 hours a day through the Clerk’s website. Visit
  • E-Filing: E-Filing is a way to electronically transmit legal documents from an attorney or even a self-represented litigant to a court. Legal documents can also go from the court to the attorney or from one attorney (or party) to another. Governed by the Florida Courts E-Filing Authority, the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal serves as a single, statewide access point connecting thousands of users to Florida’s court system. Details are available at
  • E-Recording: The most cost-effective, efficient and secure method for recording your documents to the county’s official record books is E-Recording. With E-Recording, you scan your document and use a vendor application to upload the document and associated data. No special equipment is required, just a computer with high-speed internet access and a scanner. Original documents never leave your possession. Funds are transferred using Automated Clearing House (ACH) for transfer taxes, recoding fees, and a nominal fee that is paid to the vendor for processing. Visit to use one of our E-recording vendors.
  • E-Notify: E-Notify is an electronic notification system for criminal cases. Developed through a collaborative effort between the Florida State Courts System, the Florida Court Clerks and Comptrollers (FCCC), and the Florida Legislature, E-Notify can help you stay informed about court events and hearings via email and/or text messages. Only adult criminal traffic, adult misdemeanors and adult felony cases are eligible for E-notifications. E-Notify alerts are not intended to be an official notification or to replace any other Clerk of Court notification processes. Sign up for E-notifications at
  • E-Response: To respond to a jury summons, update contact information or receive reminders about jury service, visit E-Response at You can also watch a brief slideshow video on what to expect when asked to serve.
  • Real-time search of court records, Official Records and Board of County Commission records: Visit for easy access to the public records retained by the Clerk’s office.
  •  Visit for easy access to the public records retained by the Clerk’s office.
St. Johns County Clerk of Court