The Tarrant County Archives will be open to walk-in researchers Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9am - 12pm and 1:30pm - 4:30pm.
Appointments will still be required on Mondays.
Please call us at 817-884-3272 or email us at email@example.com so we can discuss your research needs and schedule an appointment.
We look forward to serving you. Below, please find an introduction to the collections and work of the Archives. Below, please find an introduction to the Office of Historic Preservation work and links to the most current draft of our Historic Preservation Plan.
Our mission is to collect, preserve and offer for research documents which are a record of Tarrant County history. To give a hint of the variety of our holdings, explore the various options from our guide to collections. We house more than 700 named collections in a more than 10,000 square foot facility located on the fifth floor of the Tarrant County Plaza Building.
Staff: Jaimi K. Parker, Historic Preservation and Archives Officer
Jamie Powell Sheppard, Assistant Archives Officer
Ann M. Jacqmain, Assistant Archivist
Address: Tarrant County Archives
Tarrant County Plaza Building
200 Taylor Street, Suite 5200
Fort Worth, Texas 76196-0226
Office of Historic Preservation
The Office of Historic Preservation works to identify, designate, preserve, and celebrate significant historic properties in Tarrant County. Both the public and private sectors in Tarrant County have long and successful records of undertaking a variety of historic preservation-related projects. Among the accomplishments have been identifying, designating, and reusing historic properties that reflect the rich and robust history of the county and its many communities; informing citizens of all generations of the county’s unique and proud past; and continuing to encourage economic growth, development, and expansion through reinvestments in historic downtowns and revitalized neighborhoods.
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
GUIDES AND RESOURCES