Bronx County, New York is located in southern New York and is considered part of the New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island Metropolitan Area. According to the U.S. Census bureau it has 57 square miles of land area. The 2009 Population estimate is 1,397,287. The county seat is New York City.
We’ve placed copies of links specifically for Bronx County below. As many public records for the New York boroughs are filed with the New York City and New York County governments, you may want to check the links we have placed in the combined New York City & County page.
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|NYC Records |
Public records databases for NYC, NY County, and the five boroughs. Also includes databases for the counties of Bronx, Kings, Queens, and Richmond.
More Public Records
|Building Information |
Search the NYC Department of Buildings for Bronx building information by borough and house number, block & lot, or building identification number (BIN).
|Civil Decisions |
Scroll down and enter word seen in image. Then search the N.Y. State Unified Court System for online court decisions in Bronx. Click on Document Search by index/docket number or by county.
|Court Pending Civil Cases |
Search the NY State Unified Court Future Court Appearance System for pending Bronx Supreme Court Civil Cases by firm/attorney name, index number, plaintiff, or defendant.
|Court Records |
Search this Bronx County Clerks Office database for court records by index number, plaintiff attorney, plaintiff, defendant, or case filing date.
Search this Italian Genealogical Group sponsored service for Bronx naturalizations between 1814 and 1952.
Search the NYC Department of Finance for Bronx property information by address.
|Restaurant Inspections |
Use this New York City Department of Health service to search by establishment name, borough, zip code, or map for Bronx restaurant inspections.
|Supreme Court Records |
Use this NY State Unified Court System service to search for Bronx County Supreme Court records. Includes commercial, Department of Health, foreclosure, guardianship, mass tort, matrimonial, tort, and workers comp cases.