State Digital Archives Information

In partnership with the Washington State Digital Archives (Digital Archives), the Clerk offers electronic access to select publicly available court records. If you do not know your case number you can locate it at Washington Courts - Records Search.

Available Records

  • Civil
  • Criminal (adult)
  • Domestic (2004 forward)
  • Probate/Guardianship

Unavailable electronic records include statutorily confidential, court ordered sealed, and otherwise restricted by state and/or local court rule; Domestic records before 2004; and Juvenile Offender.


Copies of documents filed in Snohomish County Superior Court cases may be obtained from the Clerk of the Superior Court through the Digital Archives.

Non-certified copies are available at $0.25 per page, with a $1 Digital Archives service charge per document. Example: The cost of a two-page document would be $1.50.

Certified copies may be ordered through the Digital Archives and will include a $1 Digital Archives service charge and a $5 Clerk mailing charge for every 50 pages, in addition to the Clerk's certified copy fees, which are $5 for the first page and $1 for each additional page. Example: The cost of a five-page certified document would be $15. After payment through the Digital Archives, certified copy orders will be forwarded to the Clerk for preparation and mailing.

View additional certified copy information for mail requests.

State Digital Archives Search Tips

For best search results, it is recommended that you have your Superior Court case number prior to entering the Digital Archives website. If you do not know your case number you can locate it at Washington Courts - Records Search.

"Keywords" search is also available; however, search parameters are limited to docket/index data (documents/images are not searchable). Results of "Keywords" searches may include several different cases with similar keywords, so it is important to confirm you are selecting the correct case.

To ensure you are receiving all of the documents associated with a case when using the "Keywords" search function, it is recommended you re-enter that case number in the "Case Number or Keywords" field, which will return only that case and associated documents.

Contact Information

For assistance, please contact the County Clerk's Office by calling 425-388-3466.