April 19, 2021
E-FILE

Operation Green Light – Wednesday February 24th

The Bay County Courthouse will be participating in Operation Green Light this Wednesday February 24th during the office hours (8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.). This annual driver license reinstatement event provides customers with an opportunity to pay overdue court-ordered obligations, while saving in additional fees. During this time we will be accepting payments for any citation or criminal case that has been referred to collections.  Collection fees will be waived for this 1 day only event. We will be accepting the payments via phone or in person at the counter.

Click Here for full details of Operation Green Light on FLClerks.com

The Bay County Courthouse Reopening Notice

The Courthouse is now open for full service. You are required to wear a mask, have a temperature check, and answer a list of questions prior to entry. This is a mandate from the Florida Supreme Court, required for all courthouses in Florida. Please call or check online for your court date to determine if it is Zoom or an in-person hearing. All Clerk services are now available in-person with the exception of passports. Passports resume March 1, 2020.

For Assistance call 850-763-9061 or visit www.BayCoClerk.com where you can link to sign-up for eNotify for court dates, updates on your case, information on how to make a payment on traffic citations, child support, and other services.

e-Notify is a free way to get reminders about criminal court events through texts or emails. Choose any combination of 14-day, 7-day, or day-ahead notifications. Once signing up, you may log into  manage your alert subscriptions and make changes to cases and frequency. Sign up today at enotify.flcourts.org.

The Bay County Courthouse is currently Unable to Process Passport Applications

Due to an Administrative Order issued to temporarily close the Bay County Courthouse to public entry we are currently unable to process passport applications.