Shelby County Public Records Resources
Shelby County is situated in the north-central corner of Alabama and was created on February 7, 1818. The county was named after the first Governor of Kentucky, Isaac Shelby, and it has its county seat established in Columbiana. The county’s total population, as estimated on the 2009 U.S. census, is 192,503.
This county was known to be one of the highest-income counties in the United States, yet, unfortunately, many of the people in the county have become more addicted to drugs. Several offenses have been caused by drug addiction including murder, robbery, assault, rape and other sexual offenses.
If you need further background details on any Shelby County residents, you can search public records online without consuming much of your time and effort. Likewise, you can also visit the Shelby County courthouse and/or sheriff’s office if you prefer a more physical method. Just see below for more details.
Shelby County Courthouse:
P.O. Box 825
Columbiana, AL 35051
Telephone: (205) 669-3710