Directed by the County Records Manager & Archivist, Jen Haney Conover, this facility is housed in the County Administration Building at 406 Justice Drive in Lebanon, Ohio.
The purpose of this blog is to disseminate information about the center’s events, research, projects, outreach initiatives, findings, news, and information to the residents, corporate citizens, guests, and fans of Warren County. Unless otherwise stated, blog posts are created by Deputy Archivist, Jenifer Baker, who also coordinates all of the Records Center’s social media sites and educational/public outreach program.
For more information on records requests and available records, visit the official Warren County Records Center & Archives webpage.
Mission Statement of the Records Center & Archives
The mission of the Warren County Records Center & Archives is to serve the public through the protection, preservation and access to public records that document the activities and functions of Warren County government.
- To this end, the Warren County Records Center & Archives will:
- Identify, collect, appraise, organize, and preserve records of enduring value, in all formats, as created by the elected officials, administrators, and employees of Warren County, and those records that enhance the story of these collections.
- Provide Warren County agencies with professional and knowledgeable records management services;
- Support the public and other governmental agencies through prompt and accurate responses to administrative and research requests;
- Promote programs, goals, and resources of the Records Center & Archives to increase public awareness and appreciation for Warren County history.
Disclaimer: The Warren County Records Center and Archives mission is to serve the public through the protection, preservation and access to public records that document the activities and functions of Warren County government. Our websites offer public access to a wide range of information and public records, including historical materials that are products of their particular times, and may contain offensive language or negative stereotypes. It is our ethical responsibility to preserve and provide these materials to the public in their original state.