The Orange County Clerk of Courts is dedicated to providing our customers with outstanding service. We're also passionate about contributing to our community. We're proud to partner with Harbor House, American Cancer Society and Hispanic American Professional Business Women Association, just to name a few.
Take a look at some of the unique ways the Clerk's Office is reaching out to the community.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
For the fifth year in a row the Clerks for a Cure team participated in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. The annual event held each year at Lake Eola raises money and awareness to help find a cure for breast cancer.
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Manager of Community Affairs and Customer Service Carmen Velazquez is always looking for new ways to reach out to the Hispanic community in Orange County.
The Clerk's Office Goes Back to School
For the third year in a row the Clerk's Winter Park/Goldenrod branch participated in the University of Central Florida's Study Abroad Fair.
Branching Out in the Community
The Orange County Courthouse Complex is a great facility. But did you know you have options when it comes to paying a traffic citation, filing a civil case or applying for a passport?
Making a Difference in the Fight Against Diabetes
When it comes to community service, most of us give our time to causes we are passionate about. For Joyce Boudoin, her passion is to create awareness about diabetes and help find a cure for the disease.
The Clerk's Office - like so many other organizations - has discovered how social media can help us connect with our customers.
Clerks Support Mental Health Association of Central Florida
Members of the Clerk's Office attended the recent Mental Health Association of Central Florida's Legacy of Champion's luncheon. read more