Permanent Records

Permanent records are records that must be kept indefinitely. They will be as valuable in one hundred years as they are today. They are the most important records created by the county. They have immense historic value to Montgomery County, and they continue to protect the legal and property rights of its citizens long after they are created. Examples of permanent records include, but are not limited to:

  • Deeds
  • Mortgages
  • Resolutions
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Engineering Plans and Drawings
  • Plats
  • Court Cases
  • Annual Reports

Extreme care must be taken to preserve these records for future generations.