Notice of Public Hearing: On Tuesday, October 30th, 2018, there will be a hearing to obtain comments, oral or written, concerning proposed changes to the department's Regulation on Smoking in Outdoor Public Places. Changes to the regulation are requested to include electronic cigarette products. View Regulation | View Announcement.
School Flu Clinics: Beginning Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018, our nurses will be visiting elementary and junior high schools in the Ogden City School District and Weber County School District. For a complete detail of when they will arrive, please download the 2018 Elementary School Flu Clinic Calendar. For Vaccine Information Statements and Consent Forms, please visit our Flu Immunization page, listed after the insurance plans section.
Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1st Floor Room #130
Monthly, second Tuesday
By Appointment Only Credit card service not available
Many people order more than one certificate when they place their order. Often the extra copy is kept in a safe place, or with a relative.
If you just had a baby, birth records need to be requested by the parents and are not automatically issued. You should order a copy of your baby's birth certificate to ensure that the information is complete and correct.
Our Vital Records office offers certified copies of marriage and divorce verifications for all counties in Utah from 1978 to 2010. However, if the marriage license was originally obtained in Weber county, you must contact the Weber County Clerk to obtain a copy of the record. If a Divorce Decree is needed, they would be at the local District Court. More information on getting a copy of your divorce decree, can be found at UtahCourts.gov.
These records are proof of a marriage or divorce only, with limited information, and can be used by any agency that requires proof of the event.
Utah law allows families to care for their dead without the services of a licensed Funeral Director. However, families that do not wish to retain a Funeral Director must file a death certificate and comply with state laws and rules regarding the disposition of human remains.
To begin the death certificate, contact the local Health Department in the county where the death occurred to assist you, or contact the State Office of Vital Records and Statistics for information on filing a death certificate. You may also visit State Office of Vital Records.