FORT MYERS, FLA (May 7, 2021) – Lee Clerk Linda Doggett announced her Cape Coral office has resumed recording services by appointment. Cape Coral residents and businesses may schedule appointments to record deeds, mortgages, and other official records between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.
At the Cape Coral branch, customers can also pay traffic fines, court case fees, probation, and other municipal and county infractions. Appointments can be scheduled at leeclerk.org/appointment.
“Ensuring easy, convenient access to our services is my primary goal,” Doggett said. “Now our most popular services are once again available in our county’s most populated city for those who can’t access them online.”
If customers are unable to visit the office in person, they can e-record documents online with an approved vendor. Information about e-recording is available at www.leeclerk.org/erecord. Customers can also connect via TeleClerk video conferencing at leeclerk.org for select services during business hours without an appointment.
Notary services are also offered at the Cape Coral branch for a $10 fee, but passport and marriage services are currently not available. Cape Coral residents may apply for passports at the post office across the street or at the County Administration Building in Fort Myers.
The Cape Coral branch office is located on the second floor of the Lee County Government Center, 1039 SE 9th Place. In response to the governor’s executive order, customers are no longer required to wear masks in county buildings. A drop box is also available outside the building to leave payments or documents for processing.
For more information on services offered at the Cape Coral branch, visit the branch's webpage or call 239-533-5000.