- County Administration
- County Attorney
Please read carefully. You should visit the following websites if you need any of these types of records.
For Court Records (court records, divorce judgements, record checks, court dates, etc...), please visit
For DMV records, please visit the NC DMV website:
For routine information requests or for assistance with County services, please refer to the FAQ section of the County website.
Link to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Submit a Question or Comment
PLEASE NOTE, THIS FORM SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR TIME-SENSITIVE REQUESTS LIKE WATER LEAKS OR SIMILAR MATTERS.
For time-sensitive requests, please visit the Contacts page and call the department directly. After-hours calls are handled by on-call personnel.
If you are looking for information or need assistance with a County service, please use the following link. You may also submit a comment to be reviewed by County Staff who may contact you for additional information.
Start the Question/Comment form here: Link to Comment/Question Form
Public Records Requests
The Davie County Board of County Commissioners adopted a Public Records Policy at their November 4, 2019 regular meeting. The Public Records Policy provides a process to request public records. A links to the policy is below as well as a link to the request form.
Please note, this policy only applies to County of Davie public records. Records requests for any municipality in Davie County (Bermuda Run, Cooleemee or Mocksville) must be submitted directly to the municipality.
A records request is made when the form is submitted. The form is routed to the County Attorney for initial review and then forwarded on to the department which is the custodian of the public record. The department records custodian will produce the records and notify the County Attorney to review the records for any information which, by law, cannot be released. After review, the County Attorney then notifies the individual making the request that the records are available.
Link to Public Records Request Policy