Open Records Office

The Open Records Office was developed in 2008 to address Act 3 of 2008 (65 P.S.§ 67.101). The Act governs the rights of the public to inspect and obtain copies of public records. The Open Records Office assures smooth and timely access to requested records.
Right-to-Know Law

On February 14, 2008, Act 3 of 2008 (65 P.S.§ 67.101) was passed into law amending the Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law (Act). As stated above, the Act governs the rights of the public to inspect and obtain copies of public records. An individual may make a verbal, written or anonymous verbal or write request for access to a record.

Visit the State Office of Open Records for more information.

Fees for records can be found on page six (6) of the Cumberland County Right-to-Know Policy.

Cumberland County Right-to-Know Policy (pdf)
Placing a Request for Public Records

An individual may make a verbal, written or anonymous verbal or write request for access to a record. A written request includes those sent via email. The office or department to which the request is made shall immediately forward the request to the County Open Records Officer.

Right-to-Know Request Form (pdf)
Members
Roxanne Lehman
  • Commissioners Office & offices that fall under the Commissioners jurisdiction
  • Controller
  • Sheriff
  • Recorder of Deeds
Melissa Calvanelli & Jamie Mitchell
  • Court Administration
  • Adult Probation
  • Juvenile Probation
  • Domestic Relations
  • Magisterial District Courts
Lisa M. Grayson
  • Register of Wills
Irene Morrow & David Buell
  • Prothonotary
Matthew Smith
  • District Attorney
Justin Miller
  • Recycling & Waste Authority