Can anyone access information that we have?

Not all of our holdings are available to the public.  Since we are only the holder of the information, it is the responsibility of the department to release any information that you are looking for.  We do have certain records that are available to be used for genealogy that are open to the public that we can assist you with and you can view.

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1. What is the difference between a certified copy and a non-certified copy of a marriage license?
2. How do I obtain a certified copy of my marriage license?
3. Where can I get a copy of a non-certified Marriage License?
4. What years does the Archives have for Marriage Licenses?
5. What is the difference between a Marriage License and a Marriage Application?
6. What years does the Archives have for Marriage Applications?
7. What is the difference between a certified copy and a non-certified copy of a divorce decree?
8. How do I obtain a certified copy of my Divorce Decree?
9. Where can I get a copy of a non-certified Divorce Decree?
10. What years can the Archives Search for Divorce Records?
11. What is the difference between an Estate file and a Will?
12. What years can the Archives Search for Estate files and Wills?
13. Where are land records located?
14. Where can I get a Birth Certificate?
15. Where can I get a Death Certificate?
16. How do I get a criminal background check?
17. How do I access a criminal file?
18. Where is the Archives and Records Center located, and what are the hours of operation?
19. Can I request copies of documents at the Archives and Records Center?
20. What are the cost for copies at the Archives and Records Center?
21. What forms of payments are accepted?
22. How long does it take to process a genealogy request?
23. Can I use my own device to copy a document at the Archives and Records Center?
24. How do I search for a specific person?
25. Can I access digitized records from home?
26. Can anyone access information that we have?
27. Who is in charge of the Archives and Records Center?
28. What is the purpose of the Archives and Records Center?
29. What are the rules when viewing records?
30. What is SBAGS?
31. Is it possible to check our records from the Archives?
32. Can I hire the Archives staff to do my genealogy Research?
33. How far back do the Archives Records go?
34. Do you give tours of the Archives and Records Center?
35. Where is the Archives Reading Room?
36. Do you have a microfilm reader for public use?