The original birth and death records are filed in the town or city where the event took place. It is a practice in Vermont that when a birth or death happens in another town in Vermont, you Town of residency will be provided with a copy of this record to keep on file. Marriage certificates are filed in the office where the license was applied for not the Town where the actual wedding took place. Certified copies of these documents are available upon request for a fee of $10.00. Copies can be obtained by contacting the Town Clerk at 802-496-2709.
Civil Marriage Licenses
You may obtain a civil marriage license from the Town of Warren if:
- One of the parties is a Warren resident or neither members to be married live in the State of Vermont
- The civil marriage will take place within 60 days of the license being issued.
For the application for civil marriage please click on the link below. Once the form is complete, it must be delivered to the Town Clerk. If you choose to email or fax in advance that is perfectly acceptable. Fax number is 802-496-2418 and the Town Clerk’s email is email@example.com. We highly recommend that you contact the Town Clerk and discuss when you plan on applying.
If you are having an out of state officiant preform the ceremony please verify that they are authorized to perform wedding in the State of Vermont. Below you will find the link to the Request for Authorization to Officiate a Vermont Civil Marriage which is processed through the Vermont Secretary of State’s office. A copy of this approved form must be filed with your civil marriage application.
Fee for Civil Marriage License is $60.00 if you would like to purchase a certified copy an additional $10.00 is required. Usual cost is $70.00
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