Published on June 08, 2022

HARTFORD, CONN (June 8, 2022) – Today Mayor Luke Bronin, Council President Maly D. Rosado and Town & City Clerk Noel McGregor announced that the City of Hartford has rolled out new online software that will offer citizens the ability to order copies of vital records online, including birth, marriage and death certificates at

Applicable fees for copies of vital records may be paid online with a credit or debit card. Citizens will continue to have the option to order vital records in person at City Hall and pay with a credit card, cash, or money order.

“This new online vital records option makes it easier and more convenient for people to request records, and we’re really pleased to make that option available,” said Mayor Bronin. “Of course, folks can still come to City Hall to request records in person, but I think a lot of people will find this online option makes it easier than ever to get the records they need.”

“We are proud to be rolling out this new online service option for City residents, as part of our ongoing efforts to make City government more accessible and convenient for members of the public through the COVID-19 pandemic and well into the future,” said Council President Maly D. Rosado.

“This new online service gives the citizens of Hartford a fast, easy, and affordable way to request certified copies of birth, death, and marriage certificates online,” said Town & City Clerk Noel McGregor. “The ordering process ensures statutory compliance, accelerates turnaround time, increases security, automates, tracks, organizes, and streamlines vital records ordering for applicants in the City of Hartford.”

Residents may access the new vital records service from a direct link on or through a link on the Town and City Clerk’s page.

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