What types of records does York County have?

The following is a general description of the types of records held by York County:

  • Personnel records concerning employees and officials of York County
  • Records of contracts which York County has entered into
  • Financial records including receipts, bills, budget documents, revenues/expenditures, etc.
  • Correspondence (letters, memoranda, emails)
  • Building, planning, transportation and other community development records
  • Agendas, agenda items, minutes and other records of the meetings of the Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission and other governmental bodies appointed by the Board of Supervisors
  • Records of County departments concerning matters within each department's area of responsibility
  • Tax and licensing records

If you are unsure whether York County has the record(s) you seek, please contact the FOIA Officer (see contact info on page).

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1. Who are the County's FOIA Officers?
2. What is the Freedom of Information Act?
3. What is a public record?
4. What types of records does York County have?
5. Are any records exempt from release to the public?
6. What kind of response may I get from the County?
7. Is FOIA free or are there costs associated with requests?