District of Columbia Public Index

Search for District of Columbia DC public indexes. A public index search provides information on vital documents, birth certificates, death certificates, marriage licenses, divorce records, court cases, legal disputes, criminal trials, traffic court violations, family court cases, misdemeanor charges, felony charges, criminal sentences, plea bargains, settlements, court records, case information, property records, property tax reports, property appraisals, government publications, and public documents.


District of Columbia Courts act as judicial bodies to resolve legal disputes, including civil and criminal cases in District of Columbia District of Columbia. They may also provide a searchable public index of District of Columbia court records, including case information, trial outcomes, and any sentences, plea bargains, or settlements. District of Columbia public indexes allow searches by name or business name, by case number, or by court or case type, which can provide information on misdemeanors and felonies, traffic court violations, family court cases, divorce records, and appeal records. Many Courts provide online access to the District of Columbia public index.

D.C. Traffic Community Court Washington DC 500 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20001 202-879-1010

ERCC Community Court Washington DC 500 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20001 202-879-1010

Obama Supreme Court Washington DC 1 First Street Northeast 20543 202-479-3000


District of Columbia Libraries collect and store documents and multimedia records which they make available to the public in District of Columbia District of Columbia. A Library, especially a state library or municipal library, may also store public records. Libraries often make these records available through a public index, or a searchable database to locate District of Columbia government agency reports, government publications, vital records, and other public documents. These records can be used to find information on any individual or business, look up government documents, or conduct a background check, and District of Columbia public indexes may be available on the Library website.

Advocates for Youth Washington DC 2000 M Street Northwest 20036 202-419-3420

American Public Power Association Library Washington DC 1875 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20009 202-467-2957

Army & Navy Club Library Washington DC 901 17th Street Northwest 20006 202-628-8400

Center for INTL Policy Washington DC 2000 M Street Northwest 20036 202-232-3317

Chevy Chase Library Washington DC 5625 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20015 202-282-0021

Council On Library and Information Resources Washington DC 707 L Street Northwest 20001 202-939-4750

DC Public Library ML King Washington DC 901 G Street Northwest 20001 202-727-0321

Distance Education & Training Washington DC 1601 18th Street Northwest 20009 202-234-5100

District Of Columbia Library Association Washington DC PO Box 14177 20044

Edison Electric Institute Washington DC 701 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest 20004 202-508-5000

Folger Shakespeare Library Tours Washington DC 201 East Capitol Street Southeast 20003 202-544-7077

Francis A. Gregory Branch Library Washington DC 3660 Alabama Avenue Southeast 20020 202-698-6373

Friends of the National Library of Medicine Washington DC 1555 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20036 202-462-0992

German Historical INST LIBR Washington DC 1607 New Hampshire Avenue Northwest 20009 202-387-3355

Jack & Dorothy Bender Library Washington DC 4400 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest 20016 202-885-3237

John Vinton Dahlgren Memorial Library Washington DC 3900 Reservoir Road Northwest 20007 202-687-1448

Kennan Institute Washington DC 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest 20004 202-691-4100

Korean Information Center Library Washington DC 2370 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest 20008 202-797-6343

Library of the National Guard Washington DC 1 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest 20001 202-789-0031

NICHCY Washington DC 1875 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20009 202-884-8200

National Gallery of Art Library Washington DC 6th and Constitution Ave 20565 202-737-4215

National Research Council LIBR Washington DC 500 5th Street Northwest 20001 202-334-2125

National Womens Health Network Washington DC 1413 K Street Northwest 20005 202-347-1140

Overseas Private Investment Washington DC 1100 New York Avenue Northwest 20005 202-336-8799

Parklands-Turner Comm Library Washington DC 1547 Alabama Avenue Southeast 20032 202-645-4532

Pension Benefit Guaranty LIBR Washington DC 1200 L Street Northwest 20005 202-326-4020

Point of Light Foundation Washington DC 1400 I Street Northwest 20005 202-729-8000

Polish Library in Washington Washington DC 1503 21st Street Northwest 20036 202-466-2665

Population Reference Bureau Washington DC 1875 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20009 800-877-9881

Resource for the Future LIBR Washington DC 1616 P Street Northwest 20036 202-328-5000

Smithsonian INST Off-Archives Washington DC 900 Jefferson Drive Southwest 20560 202-357-1420

Tax Foundation Washington DC 529 14th Street Northwest 20045 202-464-6200

US Department of Energy Library Washington DC 1000 Independence Ave 20585 202-586-6702

US GOVT Accountability Office Library Washington DC 441 G Street Northwest 20001 202-512-3000

US Senate Library Washington DC East Capitol St NE & First St 20510 202-226-8000

United States Student Association Washington DC 1413 K Street Northwest 20005 202-347-8772

Urban Institute Library Washington DC 2100 M Street Northwest 20037 202-833-7200


District of Columbia Clerk Offices maintain public records for a county or local government, including vital records, property records, and permit records in District of Columbia District of Columbia. Clerks may provide a public index to search their District of Columbia records, which can provide information on birth certificates, marriage licenses, divorce records, and death certificates. District of Columbia public indexes may also contain property tax assessments, real estate appraisal reports, property owner information, and other records related to property. District of Columbia Clerks may provide online access to their public index, which can be used for many forms of research.

District Of Columbia Clerk Washington DC 430 E Street Northwest 20001 360-577-3016


District of Columbia Archives preserve documents and other records that hold historical significance in District of Columbia District of Columbia. They may also keep public records such as District of Columbia birth certificates, property sale records, and historical maps. Archives may provide a public index to search for their documents by type, location, name, or business name. These public indexes can also provide information on historic property boundaries, death certificates, and criminal records, making them valuable resources for conducting District of Columbia genealogical research. Archives may provide access to the District of Columbia public index on their website.

District of Columbia Recruiting and Records Archive Washington DC 2000 14th Street Northwest 20009 202-442-9700

District of Columbia Vital Records Archive Washington DC 825 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-671-5000

United States Government National Archive Washington DC Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest 20001 202-357-5110

Washington American Catholic Archive Washington DC 620 Michigan Avenue Northeast 20064 202-319-5065

Washington DC Archive Washington DC 3015 4th Street Northeast 20017 202-269-2561

Washington DC Data Archive Washington DC 304 C Street Northeast 20002 202-546-6653

Washington DC National Archive Washington DC 700 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest 20408 202-357-5222

Washington DC Postal Records Archive Washington DC 100 Indiana Avenue Northwest 20001 202-393-4695


District of Columbia Town and City Halls provide municipal services to their area, which includes keeping a number of documents that are accessible to the public in District of Columbia District of Columbia. District of Columbia public records, including vital documents, property records, and permit records, may be available through a public index database. District of Columbia public indexes can provide searchable databases for birth certificates, marriage licenses, divorce records, and death certificates, as well as property-related records like property tax assessments, property appraisals, and property owner information. These records can help conduct a District of Columbia background check or locate information about a person or business.

Washington City Hall Washington DC 950 24th Street Northwest 20052