Records Center



The Osceola County Clerk of Courts Records Center is an off-site record storage facility that focuses on the retention and management of paper-based records. This facility is operated by the Clerk of Courts office. The primary business function of the records center is to serve the record needs of our local judicial system, county commission departments, and other county government agencies.

The Records Center is responsible for space availability inquiries, new transfer of record storage, records service procedures, state general records schedule assistance, disposition of records, and sound records management practices. We maintain a monthly records storage report as a guide to determine space availability and services provided for our local government departments.

Currently, the Records Center is not staffed to handle regular public visits. However, public customers desiring record service assistance from the Records Center are instructed to first contact the Clerk’s office at (407) 742-3500 or the particular department who owns the record in question.

Some of our archival records date back to 1882, but most records in storage date from 1887 to 2009. The Osceola County Historical Society has visited on various occasions to research older county records. Other external customers that have shown an interest in our historical records have been: The Genealogy Club, private investigators, college students, legal office representatives, and our local government offices.