Government in the Sunshine

St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners Seal
The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners is dedicated to building and maintaining public trust by keeping government open and accessible to the citizens it serves.

This page is intended to serve as a resource to those seeking to become more familiar with the organization, operation, and decision making processes of the Board of County Commissioners and its Departments.


Administrative Officials
  • County Administration
    500 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine, Florida 32084
    P: (904) 209-0530, E:
  • Brad Bradley, Deputy County Administrator and Chief of Staff
    P: (904) 209-0540
  • Joy Andrews, Deputy County Administrator and Director of Economic Development
    P: (904) 209-0562
  • Sarah Taylor, Assistant County Administrator
    P: (904) 209-0549
Agendas & Minutes
Boards & Committees
Budget / Financial Information
Doing Business with County
Elected Officials

For additional information about Federal, State, County, Special Districts, Municipal Service Districts, Community Development Districts, please visit the Supervisor of Elections website.


For schedules, please see the Calendars.

Watch live and archived meetings on Comcast GTV stations and on GTV online.

Neighborhood Bill of Rights

The Neighborhood Bill of Rights is an ordinance which gives neighborhood and homeowner associations increased notification, the ability to acquire more information, and the right to increase participation in matters of concern to their communities.

Organizational Structure
Permits and Zoning
Public Records
  • Clerk of Court
    The mission of the St. Johns County Clerk of Courts is to serve the public with honesty and integrity by keeping and protecting public records in accordance with Florida Laws, rules, and regulations. Search Official Records, view Minutes and Agendas.
  • Public Records Requests
    Government records may be seen and copied from a records custodian at the County Administration building, via specific County Departments responsible for their own records, from records custodians at Elected Officials Offices and at other levels of government such as state agencies, local, county and state authorities. Public records requests may be made by completing the Public Records Request Form or contacting us directly. For more information, please contact, Board of County Commissioners Records Management @, or by phone: (904) 209-0805.

Related Resources

Sunshine Law

Public Records