Coconino County Announces Additional Public Health Services

Coconino County Announces Additional Public Health Services
The Coconino County Public Health Services District will offer additional birth certificate services to county citizens.
In addition to services already offered at the Health and Community Services Building in Flagstaff (2625 N. King Street), birth certificate services will also be offered at the Northern Region Office (467 Vista Avenue in Page). This new service aims to expand resources for Coconino citizens and it just began this month.
These services won’t be offered every day, but they will be available on the second Tuesday of each month from 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. as well as the second Wednesday of each month from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is helpful for locals, as people never consider if they have an official copy of their birth certificate until they need it. For many people, it’s worth it to get an official birth certificate now, so they have one on hand when it comes time for enrolling in school or obtaining driver’s licenses,  marriage licenses and passports. 
Coconino County Public Health Services Department can only provide birth certificates for births that occurred in Arizona. For out-of-state births, residents should contact that state’s vital records office. The cost is $20 per certificate.  The department can also correct or amend records for births after 1997. For births prior to 1997, correction paperwork must be sent to the State Office of Vital Records. This will cost $30, which includes a birth certificate. 
Birth certificate services are available by mail and other locations as well. For more information, please call the Coconino County Public Health Services District at 928-679-7272 or visit the official website. 

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