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PHMC Grant
Please join us in thanking the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission for a grant which has allowed us to scan 31 Clerk of Courts Dockets from 1749-1882.

About The Archives

The York County Archives is a department of the York County Government.

Mission Statement:
York County Archives is dedicated to preserving, protecting and making accessible to the public all archival documents created in the York County Government offices.

The Archives was established in 1987 and moved to its current location in 1995. To accommodate the growing number of records, the Archives building was expanded in 2001. Our current facility holds 32,000 boxes of records and over 18,000 docket books. The Archives and Records Management division stores records for over 40 different county offices during various time periods throughout the past 250 years

York County's records begin in August of 1749 when York County was formed from Lancaster County. The Archives also has records for present day Adams County from 1749 until Adams County was formed out of York County in 1800.

Visiting The Archives

The Archives always welcomes the public to use the County's records.

150 Pleasant Acres Road
York, PA 17402
717-840-7222 phone
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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Closed all government holidays

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Maps of York and Adams County

York County Archives | 150 Pleasant Acres Road York, PA 17402 | 717-840-7222 phone | 717-840-7224 fax | Email Us
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