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The Records Management Program provides the resources necessary to help King County employees manage their records in order to increase compliance, efficiency and transparency.

What's New?

10/19/2020 - the Records Center has resumed accessioning new records into inactive records storage

8/25/2020
- we have published a new blanket Disposition After Digitization (DAD) Approval that can be used by all county employees to scan-and-toss records in common non-archival categories

 

Scan and Toss

Are you planning on going paperless? Do you want to digitize your paper records?

The county's Disposition After Digitization (DAD) process allows you to digitize your paper records in compliance with state requirements and toss the originals.

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Box Storage

The King County Records Center provides storage service for boxes of inactive records.

They also offer direct destruction services.

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Content Manager

Many of King County's electronic records are managed in Content Manager, a state-of-the-art electronic records management system.

Content Manager went live on October 7, 2019 and is the successor to KC ERMS.

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Looking for Records?

King County Archives - historical county records
Recorder's Office - recorded documents
Vital Statistics - birth and death records
Find Public Records - various county records
Public Records Program - submit a public disclosure request