It has a Department of Court Records that maintains all of the case documents generated in this court. To obtain court records from any of these divisions, use the county's online Electronic Filing and Retrieval System. This search portal also provides access to the county's marriage records including marriage licenses. Public users can also use the online portal to request and obtain court records for the county. The Pennsylvania Department of Health is the agency responsible for issuing birth and death certificates in Allegheny County.
To obtain one of these records, send a request to the Division of Vital Records. Send the request to:. Box New Castle, PA Use the county's e-Filing and Retrieval System to conduct an online marriage license search. To search for marriage records, enquirers need to submit their email addresses and pay for search and copy fees with credit or debit cards. It is also possible to obtain marriage records by visiting the Wills and Orphans' Court Records Division located on the first floor of the Allegheny City-County Building.
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HOW: Computer records from ; card files for earlier records. Retrieve the case number and give it to the clerk, who will get docket file.
FYI: Some older files are stored in Philadelphia. HOW: Card file only.
Search by name. Fill out request form for file. FYI: Information includes date of birth, year moved to U. HOW: Ask clerk to see the file, by name or case number. Some general information about the case date of filing, type of filing, attorney's name, etc.
Open 9 a. HOW: Computer files begin ; previous files are on microfiche. FYI: Recent opinions can be found at online at this Web site.
FYI: Tax-exempt non-profit groups are required to show their federal tax-exempt forms also known as forms to anyone who asks. However, they don't have to give away copies or mail them. Includes total expenses and revenue, the amount of contributions received, the percentage spent on administrative costs, salaries of its top employees, and the net revenue from special events.
Organizations aren't required to file the form until a year to 18 months after the end of the fiscal year. Some s are posted on www.
HOW: Paper files. Search by name of candidate.
FYI: Information includes campaign contribution, expenses, treasurer's name, address and some biographical information for candidates and elected officials in local government. HOW: Filed in minutes of meetings. HOW: Ask clerk to view audit booklet. FYI: Detailed audits include fiscal irregularities in county government. Office can give you a list of recently completed audits as well as the audit reports. HOW: Filed in books by name and department. FYI: Salaries of all municipal, school board and government employees are public record. See the appropriate personnel department.
HOW: Ask clerk to view a particular contract. Filed by name. FYI: Call first for better service. WHAT: Educator licenses, kindergarten through 12th grade. FYI: You must have a name or social security number. Office can release status of license, action taken against license holder along with general reason and date, last known school district, and college information.
But this site will tell consumers only about license status, not why the state has taken action against a license. Contact the Bureau for that information.