The Clay County Clerk of Court and Comptroller’s Office is committed to community outreach and makes every effort to increase awareness about activities occurring within our judicial system and services provided by our Clerks.
We use all communication platforms available to accomplish this goal, including our Internet and social media presence, media releases, public speaking, fundraising for local charitable organizations, tour programs, employee newsletters, video production, volunteerism and active involvement with circuit-wide and statewide initiatives benefiting our citizens.
Public Speaking and Clerk’s Office Tour Program
Clerk and Comptroller Green and members of her team are available to speak to your organization on a variety of topics. While normally, these guest appearances are done at your organization’s location or in-person at our site, we do have online/remote options available now due to COVID-19 restrictions. Tours of the main Clay County Courthouse, 1890 Historic Courthouse, Old County Jail and Archives Center are available by appointment for groups of 10 people or less. To make it a more meaningful experience, these tours can also be done in partnership with other governmental offices located nearby in Green Cove Springs.
- Clerk’s Office Services & the Clerk’s Important Constitutional Role
- Access to Your Records: Court Documents & Official Records (privacy concerns)
- Your Guide to the Court System: Use of the Clerk’s Online Self-Help Center
- Clay County History (multiple available presentations)
The Clay County Historical Archives staff also offers a series of lectures that are perfect for the classroom or for community meetings. Archives Specialist Vishi Garig regularly speaks to groups at community centers, in classrooms, at libraries and more. These lectures are free and available to the public. Please contact Garig by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (904)371-0027 for more details.