Baldwin County Department of Archives & History
 


 PUBLIC NOTICE

CLOSING OF CERTAIN BALDWIN COUNTY COMMISSION OFFICES

AND BUILDINGS ON SEPTEMBER 15, 2020, AND SEPTEMBER 16, 2020

The Baldwin County Commission, on September 14, 2020, has authorized the

closure of all Baldwin County Commission offices and Baldwin County

Commission owned, leased or controlled facilities on Tuesday, September 15,

2020, and Wednesday, September 16, 2020, except as set forth below.

The following county facilities will remain open on Tuesday, September 15, 2020,

and Wednesday, September 16, 2020:

● Baldwin County Regional Juvenile Detention Center

● Baldwin County Corrections Center

● Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Administrative Offices will be

closed. All first responder and corrections operations will operate as

usual.



About Us

The Archives and History Department and the individuals who perform this task are of major importance to county residents...The goal of the county Archives program is to properly care for, and manage the information and records in our care that are necessary for the county government to conduct its business. We have necessary  records of a personal nature from the probate and clerks office dated from 1804-1980 that are actually held here at the Archives facility.  These records are permanent.  We follow a specific and well-funded path to produce these records on demand by the public. Most records are able to be viewed by submitting a Research Registration Request Form.  The form can be obtained from our website and emailed to: Email or you may simply email a request to us in writing to the same email address or via fax to: (251) 580-2528. 

The Baldwin County Department of Archives and History provide leadership and administer records management services local government departments and to other public entities.  We fulfill that mandate through the Government Records Section of the State Archives.

By issuing guidance and providing best practice documents, providing records retention schedules and providing workshops if necessary and other forms of training  to local official, the Government Records Section leads record management efforts in Baldwin County.

The Baldwin County Archives are housed in the Tolbert M. Brantley Building located at 305 East 2nd Street in Bay Minette, named in honor of former County Attorney and long-time Bay Minette lawyer whose dedication to the establishment of a dedicated archives facility led to the present Department of Archives and History.




Contact Us


Physical Address:
305 East Second Street
Bay Minette, Alabama 36507
  
Mailing Address:
312 Courthouse Square, Suite 26
Bay Minette, Alabama 36507

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Phone(s):
251.580.1897

Fax: 251.580.2528

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