How do I obtain a copy of a Birth Certificate?
The Sudbury Town Clerk will have birth records of anyone whose parents were Sudbury residents at the time of their births. A Birth Certificate may be obtained by mail or in person at the Town Clerk’s Office. The Town Clerk is authorized to issue certified copies of birth certificates and administers adoption and recording change depositions.
The Certificate of birth is $15.00 for the first and $10.00 for additional certified copies ordered at the same time. Cash and checks made out to “Town of Sudbury” are accepted for payment.
To obtain a copy of a birth certificate:
1. Call or email the Town Clerk’s Office to verify that the record you are looking for is filed here.
2. Complete the Vital Record Request Form.
3. Bring the request form with payment to the Town Clerk’s Office or mail in the form with payment and a self-addressed, stamped envelope or Pay On-Line.
The contact information for the Sudbury Town Clerk’s Office:
Building: Town Hall
If you are not sure where the record you seek is filed locally, you may contact the state Registry of Vital Records and Statistics. The Registry maintains a central index and has copies of records for all births, deaths and marriages which occurred within the state.
Certified copies may be obtained through the Registry in person, by mail or by phone. Regardless of how you request copies, you should be prepared to provide the name of the subject(s) of the record, the date of the event and, if know, the city or town where the event occurred.
Call or write for the fee schedule and hours: