Lee County Clerk Linda Doggett announced the Cape Coral office will resume services by appointment starting Oct.26, 2020. Appointments at the government center will be available between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Cape Coral residents may schedule an appointment to pay traffic fines, court case fees, probation, and other municipal and county infractions. Notary services are also provided for a $10 fee, and a free public computer station is available to search and view court and official records online.
“Our primary goal is to ensure our Lee County residents have easy access to our services in a safe environment,” Doggett said. “While most of our services are available online, we understand that not everyone has computer or internet access.”
Anyone visiting the office will be required to wear a face mask, maintain six feet distance from others, and there is a two person limit in elevators. If they are unable to visit the office in person, they can connect via Zoom for select services during business hours without an appointment.
To schedule an appointment or video conference with a Deputy Clerk via Zoom, customers can visit LeeClerk.org.
Customers wishing to record documents are directed to use the Clerk of Court drop-box at the Cape Coral or Fort Myers Offices.
Passport services are available by appointment at the County Administration Building in downtown Fort Myers. Please refer to our website www.LeeClerk.org for detailed information or call 239-533-5007 for an appointment. Additionally, the City of Cape Coral is now offering passport services by appointment at the Cape City Hall complex. Call 239-574-0411 to make an appointment.
Until future notice, only virtual Marriage Licenses and Ceremonies are available. Please refer to our website www.LeeClerk.org for details.
The Cape Coral branch office is located on the second floor of the Lee County Government Center, 1039 SE 9th Place.
For more information on services offered, visit LeeClerk.org or call 239-533-5000.