Office of the Town Clerk
OTHER SERVICES PROVIDED:
The Town Clerk's office is dedicated to providing an array of quality services to the public, including, but not limited to, the following:
The office of the Town Clerk is committed to providing efficient services in a professional, responsive, and expeditious manner. The Town Clerk Office is responsible for important duties, such as the Town of Eatonville’s custodian of public records, where all official records of the Town of Eatonville, are routinely sent, received, and maintained. In addition, the clerk prepares and publishes legal advertisements as required by law.
The Town Clerk Office ensures 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.
Additionally, the Town Clerk:
- Administers and records oaths-of-office
- Attests to and signs official contracts and documents
- Maintains custody of the municipal seal
- Maintains receipt of legal documents
- Receives applications of the various town boards within the Town of Eatonville
- Funeral Resolutions - To request a funeral resolution, call 407-623-8910 or send request to email@example.com
MEET THE CLERK
VERONICA L. KING has over 26 years as an accomplished Administrator with over 6 years of municipal experience. Her professional influence is recognized in many areas such as, leadership, accountability, strategic planning, organization, and development, having many years of experience overseeing and coordinating systems of accountability. She is noted as a professional who is results-oriented, well-organized, innovative, well able to handle diverse projects, and efficiently prioritizes multiple assignments. Her ability to implement vision by accomplishing the established goals and objectives in the workplace, has allowed her to collaborate successfully with professionals, non-profit agencies, and the public. Veronica’s work life has prepared her to excel in demanding environments while remaining pragmatic and focused. Her accomplishments and affiliations demonstrate her forward progress in developing as a proficient and effective professional in any work environment.
- Associates of Arts, Tallahassee Community College
- Bachelor of Arts, Florida State University
- Vice President, African American Congress of Christian Women In Ministry (AACCWIM)
- Former Vice President, National Coalition of 100 Black Women,Central Florida Chapter
- Former Board Member, The Life Academy of Excellence
- Member of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC)
- Member of the Florida Association of City Clerks (FACC)
- Candidate for Clerk Municipal Certification (CMC), to acquire within two years
Budget Hearing Notice - FY 2022/2023 Budget Hearing is Forthcoming
Email your public records requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Town Council appoint Town Board members, 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. For additional information, please contact the Town Clerk’s office at (407) 623-8910 or send email email@example.com
VOLUNTEERING TO SERVE ON A BOARD
If you desire to serve on one of the Town’s Boards, please fill out the Board Appointment Information Form. 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.
CUSTODIAN OF PUBLIC RECORDS
Public Record Requests are routinely created, sent, received, maintained, and requested through the Town Clerk’s Office. Written notice of a public record requests can be submitted to the custodian’s contact information provided below.
The Town of Eatonville Town Hall
Veronica King, Town Clerk
63 E. Kennedy Blvd.
Eatonville Florida 32751
Send Public Record Request to: firstname.lastname@example.org