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This website is currently under renovation to improve accessibility for users with disabilities. This process coincides with efforts to achieve and maintain compliance with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. If anyone encounters an inaccessible feature on this website, please contact Amanda Roberts, City Clerk at (352) 465-8500 or mroberts@dunnellon.org to advise what inaccessible feature was encountered, and to allow the City to provide the desired information through alternative means, until such time as the website renovation is complete.

City Clerk

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1. How do I submit a Public Records Request?
2. How can I get a ballot to vote in the November general election sent to my home?

Code Enforcement

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1. A vacant lot in my neighborhood becomes overgrown with tall weeds. Is there a way to make the owner mow the lot?
2. Am I required to have garbage pickup?
3. Where do I call to report accumulation of garbage and trash?
4. I have purchased a new appliance and want to put the old one at the curb in order to have it hauled away.
5. I have received a notice from the City Code Enforcement officer for violating one of the City laws. I don’t feel I was given enough time to correct the problem. What should I do?
6. Is it legal to dump liquids or to sweep debris into the gutters and/or streets?
7. When is a building permit required?

Community Development

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1. How do I locate my parcel number?

Fire/Rescue

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1. What and when can I burn within the city limits?
2. Do you teach CPR?

Main

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1. How do I contact a city/county department?
2. Where can I find the answers to my frequently asked questions?

Police

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1. How do I acquire an accident report?
2. Where is the Police Department located?
3. How can I report a traffic-related problem in my neighborhood?
4. I would like to ride along with a police officer. How do I sign up?
5. Can I make a police report over the phone or does a police officer have to come to my house?
6. I received a traffic ticket and I don't think it is fair. What can I do?
7. Should I report suspicious activity in my neighborhood?
8. Can I have an officer check on a license plate?
9. Why can't officers resolve or intervene in a civil matter?
10. Why do officers shine so many lights when they stop a vehicle?
11. Why aren't officers catching "real" criminals, instead of writing tickets?
12. If I have a complaint against a Dunnellon Police Department employee, what should I do?
13. How many officers are in the Department?