The Office of Vital Records is the legal custodian of birth and death certificates filed in the State of Nevada from July 1, 1911 to the present. For events prior to 1911, records are usually held in the county recorder’s office where the event occurred. Birth and death records are confidential in Nevada and may only be released to a qualified applicant. A qualified applicant is generally defined as the registrant, or a direct family member by blood or marriage, his or her guardian, or his or her legal representative.
Birth and Death Records
On the Birth and Death Certificates home page (linked below), you will find information about ordering a record, amending a record, the Declaration of Paternity and more.
Marriage and Divorce Records
Vital records office locations
The web page linked below provides office location and contact information for vital records offices with the State of Nevada and Clark and Washoe counties.