Friday, March 7, 2014
Birth and death records for people born in Montgomery County, Ohio are available through the Bureau of Vital Statistics of Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County. These records date back to 1909. Birth and death records from 1867 through 1908 are available through the Montgomery County Archives. You may contact them at (937) 225-6366. See the guidelines for information on how to order vital records.
Certified birth certificates (abstracts) for persons born in the state of Ohio (dating back to 1908) can also be issued.
NOTE: If you are looking for vital records from a foreign country, please call (937) 496-3117. To order copies of birth/death certificates from 1867 through 1908 please contact Montgomery County Archives at (937) 225- 6366.
To obtain a copy of a birth/death certificate in Montgomery County, you may telephone, write, or visit our office in person. To ensure that you receive an accurate record for your request and that your request is filled with all due speed, please follow these steps:
National Severe Weather Preparedness Week March 2-8, 2014
We all want the peace of mind of knowing that our families, friends, homes and our businesses are safe and protected from threats of any kind. And while we can’t control where or when the next disaster will hit, we can take action by preparing ourselves and loved ones for emergencies and learning what actions to take.
Each year, people suffer or are seriously injured by severe weather despite advance warning. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have partnered for the third year to highlight the importance of making severe weather preparedness a nationwide priority.Read more