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Hurricane Irma

Updated 9/21/2017
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Statewide Orders extending legal deadlines are being issued as requests come in from local courts. Orders only are issued retroactively once a court reopens. They will be entered on a county-by-county basis or by the district court of appeal. Once available, you can find these Orders Extending Deadlines on our clerk's office webpage.
Trial Court Closures & Openings All trial courts are open now except for Monroe County (the Florida Keys).


Monroe County. The courts are closed until further notice. Staff should report to work on Monday, September 25, to begin the process of reopening the courts. Check the local courts' website for further details. Updated 9/21/2017, at 10:00 p.m. ET
District Courts of Appeal All district courts of appeal are open now.
Florida Supreme Court and OSCA The Florida Supreme Court is open for normal business hours.

The Office of the State Courts Administrator is open for normal business hours.

Updated 9/21/2017, 10:00 p.m. ET

About This Web Page
This page is used for informing the public about developments with Hurricane Irma. This emergency website will be updated regularly as long as the storm and its aftermath cause problems. Check back here for updated information.
Telephone Hotline
During emergencies, the Court puts information on its emergency hotline at (850) 921-8552. This includes information for Court staff, the press, and the public.
Emergency Contacts
You can ask court-related questions by email to You also can call the Supreme Court's Public Information Office during business hours at (850) 414-7641.
Emergency Orders Extending Deadlines Whenever needed, the Florida Supreme Court will issue retroative Orders extending deadlines during periods of time when state courts are closed due to the storm.