Vermont Death Records Search

When in search of death records or certificates for residents of Vermont, the most reliable way to receive such is through the Vermont Department of Health, which is in charge of Vital Records, which includes Death records. Due to materials used, each death certificate copy is approximately $10..

Although there are no verification or records search charges. Remember when visiting the main office to have a valid photo state identification to verify that you are a state resident and/or aloud to receive these records. Having to get death records after a loved one is deceased can be very painful so having any information or forms you may need before hand can help to make sure that the process is quick and less painful.

Death certificates are available:
By mail – The mailing address of the Department of Health which directs you to representatives of the vital records section is:
Vermont Department of Health
Vital Records
P.O. Box 70
Burlington, VT 05402-0070

In Person – The main walk in address used for the Department of Health in Vermont is:
Vermont Department of Health
108 Cherry Street
Burlington, VT 05402

Electronically – If you wish to contact the Vermont Department of Health regarding vital records via internet, you can use any of the following:

The official website for the Department of Health is: http://healthvermont.gov/research/records/vital_records.aspx

For a direct link to the form, you need to fill out to be eligible to receive a death certificate you can use the following link:

http://healthvermont.gov/research/records/deathcert_form.aspx

To e-mail the Department of Health in Vermont use the following e-mail address: bgs-referenceandresearch@state.vt.us
Questions – To contact a customer representative of the office of vital records belonging to the Vermont Department of Health you are able to use the following number:
(802) 828-3286
If you are looking to fax a form, or contact the Vermont Department of Health by fax, the number is: (802) 828-3710