Open Records

 

Public Records and the Right-to-Know Law

 

Pennsylvania Right-to-Know Law

 

Pennsylvania Citizen Guide to Open Records

 

The County Right-to-Know Policy is available HERE.

 

Butler County Excess Funds List is available HERE.

 


 

To make an Open Records Request to the County of Butler

 

  1. All requests must be made in writing on the Right-To-Know Request Form

  2. Forms are available in the Butler County Commissioners’ Office or online by clicking on:

     

      Form in PDF Format    or    Form in Microsoft Word Format

     

  3. Address your requests to the appropriate Open Records Office and deliver in person, through the mail, via fax, or via e-mail.

 


 

Butler County Open Records Officer Contact Information

 

For requests to the Butler County Administration and areas of County Government where there is no Deputy Open Records Officer designated:

 

Scott Andrejchak, Open Records 
   

County of Butler
PO Box 1208
124 West Diamond Street
Butler, PA 16003
Phone: 724-284-5100    
Fax: 724-284-5400    
email: openrecords@co.butler.pa.us

 

 

Butler County Court of Common Pleas / Open Records Contact Information

 

Court records are available from the filing office of each individual court.  For example:

 

  • Criminal Case information can be obtained through the Clerk of Courts
  • Civil Case information through the Prothonotary
  • District Court matters through each respective Magisterial District Judge office. 

 

For Court Open Records information that does not fall within the above guidelines, the only administrative Court records available follow PA 509 Rules of Judicial Administration and can be requested from:

 

Court Administrator
PO Box 1208
124 West Diamond Street    
Butler, PA 16003
Phone: 724-284-5200
email: court.admin@co.butler.pa.us

 


 

County of Butler Elected Officials Available Online and Contact Information

 

 

 


 

To appeal a decision, contact the State Open Records Office:

 

PA Office of Open Records contact information

 

 

PDF documents can be downloaded and viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader.