About Us

The Warren County Records Center and Archives was dedicated in honor of the former Warren County Recorder, Edna L. Bowyer on June 22, 2001. We offer on-site records storage, records delivery, records retention and disposition management, records management training, document imaging, and microfilming services.

The Records Center & Archives and the Microfilm Department are governed by the Warren County Records Commission and by the Warren County Microfilm Board, respectively.

The Records Center has a storage capacity of over 20,000 cubic feet, while the Reading Room offers patrons an opportunity to research county records in hard copy, electronic, and microfilm forms. This allows the public a comprehensive research facility with immediate access to marriage, birth, death, and estate records, Commissioner’s journals, Common Pleas and Probate Court indices, and a multitude of historic maps.

The Microfilm Department captures county-generated information in digital and analog formats to produce both electronic and secure microfilm files.