Public Records

The City of Bradenton Beach makes every effort to comply with Florida Statute 119 regarding Public Records. Most publicly published documents are available via the database for viewing or download but it must be noted that the database is not the official repository for city records. If you wish to make a Public Records request please use the form below.


There are two document storage databases. Current Documents (from August, 2014) and Archived Documents ( before August 2014) There are search pages for both databases located under the Public Records Menu and on the sidebar to the right on most pages.

Some records are made available through the Municode website at

Also available through Municode are The City Charter, Code of Ordinances, and the City’s Land Development Code (LDC). Navigate the LDC section from the Municode menu on the left.

Building Codes of the State of Florida are available from the State site  Click: Here

Please note that due to site restrictions, not all City records can be posted on our website. This includes but is not limited to any exhibits directly pertaining to City Commission meetings. Those original documents are maintained in the Bradenton Beach City Clerk’s office and will be available upon request.

Some records can be made available by submitting a Public Records Request.

All public records requests must be addressed to the custodian of public records:

Terri Sanclemente (Ciy Clerk)
Bradenton Beach City Hall
107 Gulf Drive North
Bradenton Beach, Florida  34217
FAX: (941) 778-7585
Phone: (941) 778-1005  x216


 To make a public records request please use this form:

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All information, including your name, phone number and e-mail address are public records under Florida law and are not exempt from public records requirements. If you do not want your personal information to be released pursuant to a public records request, do not send e-mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by calling (941)  778-1005 or by writing, via the U.S. Postal Service.


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