The Walton County Clerk of Courts and Comptroller maintains a wide range of records. Many public records are now available online through the Clerk’s website. Click one of the following links to gain free, 24/7, access to the respective records.
Walton County Court Record: http://clerkofcourts.co.walton.fl.us/public_records/court_rerds.html
If you are unable to locate the desired record online, pursuant to the Rules of Court request for access to judicial branch records must be in writing and be directed to the records custodian. The request shall provide sufficient specificity to enable the custodian to identify the requested records. The custodian shall determine whether the record or portions of the record are exempt from disclosure and the format in which the record is provided. If the record is denied, the custodian shall state in writing the basis for the denial. For your convenience, you may utilize the Court Document Request/View Form for records that are unavailable online.
Mail Request to:
Walton County Clerk of Courts and County Comptroller
PO Box 1260
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32435
Request in Person:
Walton County Courthouse Walton County Coastal Annex
571 US Hwy 90 East 31 Coastal Centre Blvd. Suite 500
Defuniak Springs, FL 32433 Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459
M-F, excluding holidays 8:00am – 4:30pm
In the unlikely event that you do not receive a response to a public records request within 3 business days, kindly contact the Walton County Clerk’s RMLO, Linda Warren, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (850) 951-7233.
Pursuant to s. 119.07(4)(d), if the records you are requesting require extensive technology, clerical or supervisory assistance, additional service charges may apply and you will be provided with a written detailed estimate of all applicable service charges along with an estimated completion date. Pre-payment of estimated service charges are required before work begins; however, should the deposited amount exceed our written estimate, the difference will be refunded to you within 10 business days. Should the scope of the record request change resulting in additional fees, you will be notified in writing before work continues beyond the moneys held on deposit.