Search for Marion County OR county records. County records include birth certificates, death certificates, marriage records, marriage licenses, divorce records, property tax records, property ownership, historical records, genealogical research, property titles, property deeds, county maps, county taxes, county zones, school boundaries, and more.
Clerk Offices are responsible for maintaining important records for a county or local area, including multiple types of county records. These include vital documents such as birth certificates, marriage records, divorce records, and death certificates, which can be useful for proving identity or for conducting genealogical research. They may also keep documents related to property ownership and property taxes, including title deeds, tax assessments, property appraisals, and property sale records. The Clerk Office is one of the best places to find all types of county records, which may be available online.
Marion County Clerk Salem OR PO Box 14500 97309 503-588-3579
Town and City Halls are responsible for providing municipal services for their locality. As part of this job, they may store important county records, including vital documents such as birth certificates, marriage license records, divorce records, and death certificates. These can be used as proof of identity, in applications for government services, or for performing genealogical research. The Town or City Hall may also keep documents on property ownership, property taxes and tax assessments, and maps for their jurisdiction that include zones, property boundaries, and school boundaries. Town and City Halls often make county records available online.
Aumsville City Hall Aumsville OR 595 Main Street 97325 503-749-2030
Aurora City Hall Aurora OR 21420 Main Street Northeast 97002 503-678-1283
Detroit City Hall Detroit OR 160 Detroit Avenue 97342 503-854-3496
Donald City Hall Donald OR 10710 Main Street Northeast 97020 503-678-5543
Gates City Hall Gates OR 101 East Sorbin Street 97346 503-897-2669
Gervais City Hall Gervais OR 524 4th Street 97026 503-792-4222
Hubbard City Hall Hubbard OR 3720 2nd St 97032 503-981-9633
Jefferson City Hall Jefferson OR 150 North 2nd Street 97352 541-327-2768
Keizer City Hall Keizer OR 930 Chemawa Road Northeast 97303 503-390-3700
Mt Angel City Hall Mount Angel OR 5 N Garfield St 97362 503-845-9291
Salem City Hall Salem OR 555 Liberty Street Southeast 97301 503-588-6003
Scotts Mills City Hall Scotts Mills OR 265 4th Street 97375 503-873-5435
Silverton City Hall Silverton OR 306 South Water Street 97381 503-873-5321
St Paul City Hall St. Paul OR 20239 Main Street Northeast 97137 503-633-4971
Stayton City Hall Stayton OR 362 North 3rd Avenue 97383 503-769-3425
Sublimity City Hall Sublimity OR 245 Southwest Johnson Street 97385 503-769-5475
Turner City Hall Turner OR 7250 3rd Street Southeast 97392 503-743-2155
Woodburn City Hall Woodburn OR 270 Montgomery Street 97071 503-982-5222
Historical Societies are usually organized around a particular area, a group of people, or a historical event, and they preserve documents that have historic value. Historical Societies may maintain a range of documents on individuals from that area, including vital records such as birth and death certificates, marriage announcements, and other records that can help with genealogical research. They may also have photographs, historical maps, historical laws, and other records for their location and the people who lived there. Historical Societies may provide online access to their county records.
Aurora Colony Historical Society Aurora OR 15018 2nd Street Northeast 97002 503-678-5754
Brooks Historical Society Salem OR 3995 Brooklake Road Northeast 97303 503-390-0698
Marion County Oregon Historical Society Salem OR 260 12th Street Southeast 97301 503-364-2128
North Santiam Historical Society Mill OR 143 Northeast Wall Street 97360 503-897-4088
Santiam Historical Society Stayton OR 260 North 2nd Avenue 97383 503-769-1406
Silverton Country Historical Society Silverton OR 428 South Water Street 97381 503-873-7070
Assessor Offices determine the appraisal value of the taxable property within a county or local jurisdiction, which is used to assess the property taxes owed by residents. Assessors also keep a number of property-related documents, including records on property tax assessments, property appraisals, tax liens, foreclosures, and property tax payments. These records include information about current and former owners of a property, the property's size and location, zones and use regulations, and transfers of the property ownership. Assessors may make county records available through their website.
Marion County Assessor's Office Salem OR 555 Court Street Northeast 97301 503-588-5144
Recorders of Deeds keep a range of real estate ownership documents for a county or local government as part of their job to ensure the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records. The Recorder of Deeds has county records on property ownership, transfers of property including deeds and titles, and property tax records such as property appraisals, tax assessments, and tax liens or foreclosures. These documents contain information about the previous and current property owners, descriptions of the property, and property sales. Recorders of Deeds may provide online access to their county records.
Marion County Recorder of Deeds Salem OR PO Box 14500 97309 503-588-5225
Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices are responsible for collecting local taxes and disbursing the funds. This can include property taxes, business taxes, and other county or local taxes. Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices maintain a number of property-related county records, including property tax assessments, property appraisals, property ownership records, and any tax liens or foreclosures. They may also maintain records on property transfers and sales, including titles and deeds, which list the former and current owners as well as information on the property itself. Treasurer and Tax Collector Offices may provide online access to their county records.
Marion County Taxation Office Salem OR PO Box 14500 97309 503-584-7700
Archives preserve historically significant documents, which can include a number of county records, such as historical birth certificates and death certificates, as well as marriage and divorce records which can be useful when performing genealogical research. Archives may also contain photographs, historical maps, personal documents, and other historical records about a specific location and the people who lived there. They may also hold historic newspapers that contain county records. Some Archives keep documents that date back to the seventeenth century, and they may provide online access to their records.
Oregon State Personnel & Records Archive Salem OR 3218 Pringle Road Southeast 97302 503-584-3939
Salem Archive Salem OR 800 Summer Street Northeast 97310 503-373-0701
Salem United Methodist Archive Salem OR 680 State Street 97301 503-540-0793