The Town Clerk Office is responsible for many important duties, including being the custodian of all official current and historical records, keeper of the Town’s seal, preparing and publishing legal advertisements as required by law. Ensuring the accurate preservation, and dissemination of information in compliance with Florida Statutes, and the Town of Eatonville code of ordinances. Ensuring compliance by all departments with records retention and destruction requirements in accordance with Florida law. The Town Clerks’ office oversees the town’s elections. Receives the application of various town boards within the Town of Eatonville. The office of the Town Clerk is committed to providing efficient service in a responsive and expeditious manner.

Budget Workshop

Budget Hearing Notice

Human Resources

Town of Eatonville Charter

Code of Ordinances

Public Records Request Policy

Public Notice

Lien Search Request

Next General Election:
Saturday March 5, 2022
Seats: Mayor-1
Council: 2 & 3


CATHLENE A. WILLIAMS hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, with a minor in English from Florida Metropolitan University, and an Associates’ of Science Degree from Orlando College. She has earned the level of Certified Municipal Clerk from the Institute of Government. Ms. Williams has over 25 years of Municipal Government Experience. She is a member of the Florida Association of City Clerks’ and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. She holds Certificates of Achievements and Certificate of Completions in Women in Government, Human Resources Training, and Records Management from Florida State University, the Institute of Government, and Fred Pryor Seminars. Ms. Williams is a Florida Notary.


Town Board members are appointed by the Town Council, usually for three-year terms.  These boards are designed to facilitate citizen involvement in the policy-setting process for the Town.  Appointments are made as needed (APPLICATIONS ARE ALWAYS BEING ACCEPTED).  Being a member of a Town Board requires time, outside study, and dedication to the functions prescribed for each of the Boards.  Most times, the reward is the self-knowledge that you are assisting in the overall development and progress of the Town, which plays a vital and important duty necessary to our Town.  Some Boards require Financial Disclosure.

Volunteering to Serve on a Board

If you desire to serve on one of the Town’s Boards, please fill out the online application.  Applications will be on file in the Town Clerk’s Office for a period of 14 months.  In addition, as part of the application process, you are encouraged to contact your Town Council members directly to advise them of your desire to serve your Community.  The contact information for Town Council members is available online.  For additional information, please contact the Town Clerk’s office at (407) 623-8910.