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Alexandria Archive

801 S Payne St, Alexandria, VA, 22314

Phone: 703-746-4591
Fax: 907-543-5892

Bristol Police Records Archive

501 Scott St, Bristol, VA, 24201

Phone: 276-645-3777

Chesterfield Circuit Court Records Archive

9500 Courthouse Rd, Chesterfield, VA, 23832

Phone: 804-748-1209
Fax: 804-796-5625

Fairfax County Archive

6800 Industrial Rd, Springfield, VA, 22151

Phone: 703-658-3775

Fairfax County Land Records Archive

4000 Chain Brg Rd, Fairfax, VA, 22030

Phone: 703-691-7320

Floyd County Records Archive

117 W Main St, Floyd, VA, 24091

Phone: 540-745-2922
Fax: 540-745-2008

Fredericksburg Archive

813 Sophia St, Fredericksburg, VA, 22401

Hampton Traffic Records Archive

40 Lincoln St, Hampton, VA, 23669

Phone: 757-727-6540

Henry County Criminal Records Archive

3250 Kings Mtain Rd, Martinsville, VA, 24112

Phone: 276-656-4290

Lexington Digital Archive

8 S Randolph St, Lexington, VA, 24450

Phone: 540-464-1300
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Montross Circuit Court Records Archive

15803 Kings Highway, Montross, VA, 22520

Phone: 804-493-0109

Portsmouth Police Records Archive

711 Crawford St, Portsmouth, VA, 23704

Phone: 757-393-8737

Quantico Marine Corps University Archive

2040 Broadway St, Quantico, VA, 22134

Phone: 703-784-4685

Richmond Vital Records Archive

2001 Maywill St, Richmond, VA, 23230

Phone: 804-662-6200

Roanoke Community Archive

2037 Memorial Ave SW, Roanoke, VA, 24015

Phone: 540-981-0206

Virginia Beach Records Archive

2424 Courthouse Dr, Virginia Beach, VA, 23456

Phone: 757-385-4123

Virginia Vital Records Archive

1601 Willow Lawn Dr, Richmond, VA, 23230

Phone: 804-662-6200
Fax: 510-357-3391

Williamsburg Vital Records Archive

1126 Professional Dr, Williamsburg, VA, 23185

Phone: 757-253-4740
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About Archives

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

The department serves as the official repository for county records and operates under the State’s laws and at the direction of the County Public Records Commission. The primary services are the preservation of County Records and providing access to the information within those records for research. Purposes of research are as varied as our patrons, and include not only family history, but researching land titles, land use, historic homes, buildings, cemeteries, State law, population statistics and demographics. The practical application of the knowledge of the court system, county offices, and their records is another reason researchers come to the Archives. Records, especially government records, were created for a particular purpose in a particular office, but in the Archives they take on a new life and become important research tools.

The Archives houses the historic, permanent records of county government, manuscript special collections. and stores the non-current records of various county government agencies that are required to keep and maintain certain records for specific retention periods, but do not need them for day to day use. The retention dates for these records varies from five (5) to 99 years. The department serves as custodian for these records, which remain the property of the creating office. Also, there are large processing/work areas for volunteers and staff in addition to a conservation area, secured microfilm area, and an accessions/projects area.