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Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) Records

The BOCC Records Department was established and given functions based on Florida Statutes 28.12 and 125.17

Do you want to speak at a BOCC virtual meeting?

You must register in advance in order to speak at a virtual Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) public meeting or hearing. Please use this sign up link on the County's website [external link] to get your name on the list. You will then receive instructions from the County on how and when to call in.

The speaker signup forms are opened by County IT for sign up 48 hours before the start of a scheduled meeting or hearing. BOCC Public Comment closes 30 minutes before the meeting start time due to the technical process that is performed by County IT to allow for the meeting to take place in the virtual environment. Prioritization is on a first-come, first-served basis. Up to three minutes are allowed for each speaker. Audiovisual presentations, such as PowerPoints, digital photos, audio, and video files for public comments are not accepted at this time for display during virtual meetings because the technology currently does not support this. However, presentations may be submitted for insertion into the official record through the sign up form.

BOCC Minutes and Documents and Zoning Applications

Board Records Agenda Minutes - Search Board of County Commissioner and other various County Boards and Counsel meeting agendas, minutes, backup, EPC rules, closed sessions, and public viewing items. The minutes should be used for informational purposes only. Certified copies are available through the BOCC Records Department located at 419 Pierce Street, Room 140, Tampa, FL, 33602. For more information, call (813) 276-8100, ext. 4567.

Board Records Agenda Minutes Website Security Changes
Beginning February 1, 2019, Hillsborough County Clerk websites will no longer support TLS versions 1.0 and 1.1. Only TLS version 1.2 will be supported. If you are using unsupported web browsers, old versions of the browsers or have not enabled your browser to use TLS 1.2 to connect to our records search websites after this date, you will begin receiving error messages.
Why are we disabling TLS 1.0 and 1.1?
We are disabling them to ensure that our websites are providing our customers and partners with safe and secure protocols for these connections. This change is enforced throughout the industry to maintain secure connections that encrypt and protect data from malicious data breaches.
Supported Browsers
Most of the latest versions of standard browsers will support TLS 1.2 by default. If you are unsure about whether your browser will support it, you can verify this by using the following website:

Board Records Documents - Search documents, such as agreements, contracts, ordinances, resolutions, that were approved by the Board of County Commissioners or delegated authorities.

Board Records Zoning Applications - Search documents for zoning, land use, phosphate, and other hearing master meetings.

BOCC Contract Documents Provided by County Procurement

BOCC Master Voting Record

Master Voting Record

The Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) maintains the BOCC Master Voting Record, which identifies the attendance of each Commissioner, the motions made during BOCC meetings, and how each Commissioner voted.

Master Voting Record Reports

BOCC Records provides monthly updates. The votes are separated into the following categories identified on the report under the Action Column by the following numbers:

Actions Categories
0.  Miscellaneous 
1.  Alcoholic Beverage 
2.  Environmental Protection Commission 
3.  Land Excavation 
4.  Mining Operation
5.  Ordinances 
6.  Comprehensive Plan Amendments 
7.  Taxation 
9. Zoning 

Voting Records Online Search and Compare Tool

Voting Records by Year

20242023202220212020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014

Records Availability

Minutes and documents are available online or in-house. Staff is available to assist in research efforts and/or provide copies of requested documents (refer to Fee Schedule). Documents ordered from the record center may take a couple of days. You may request copies of documents or recordings by calling the BOCC Records Department at 276-8100, Ext. 4567, or e-mail us.