The Comptroller is the designated custodian of records for his own operations, as well as for all organizational units of the Board of County Commissioners and certain other Orange County constitutional officers. The Records and Surplus Property Department oversees the schedules for retention and destruction of records in various formats including: paper, maps, books, photographs and electronic recordings.
The department operates the Records Center, at which some 80,000 cubic-feet of records are managed while waiting to meet their approved destruction date. The Department offers additional records management services to Orange County agencies and constitutional officers, such as creating archival microfilm for documents which must be kept permanently; digital scanning for records with shorter retention and higher access needs; and microfilm-to-digital conversion of records.
The department is also responsible for the disposition of County surplus property through online auctions with Public Surplus
By appointment Monday – Friday
Records Management Department
PO Box 38
Orlando, FL 32802
1800 Cypress Lake Drive
Orlando, FL 32837