Vital Statistics

Division Information & Resources
The Office of the Registrar is located at 72 Eyland Avenue and the hours are from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
  • Application for a Certified Copy of Vital Record - An applicant for a certified vital record must prove blood relation to the subject of the vital record and must have two forms of identification. All vital records are on file in the Office of the Registrar of the municipality where the event took place.
    • Birth certificates - Will be on file where the person was born
    • Civil unions - Will be on file where the event took place (not where you applied for the license)
    • Death certificates - Will be on file where the person was pronounced dead
    • Domestic partnership agreements - Will be on file in the municipality in which the application was taken because no further ceremony is required
    • Marriage certificates - Will be on file where the event took place (not where you applied for the license)
  • Requirements for a Civil Union Licenses
  • Requirements for Domestic Partnership Agreements
  • Requirements for a Marriage Licenses

Note: If you are conducting genealogical research you may request non-certified copies of births occurring over 80 years ago, marriages occurring over 50 years ago and deaths occurring over 40 years ago without proving a blood relation.