Glastonbury’s Birth records date back to 1693. Per state statute, all Birth records 100 years old and older are open to the public. Birth Records less than 100 years old are restricted access records.
Whose records does the Town keep on file?
Birth certificates are on file for anyone born in Glastonbury, or anyone whose mother resided in Glastonbury at the time of his or her birth. Photo identification must be presented when request is made. If request is made by mail, a legible copy of the applicant’s photo identification must be attached. You may request a birth certificate for yourself, your child, grandchild, parent, grandparent or spouse. No one may examine confidential files without a court order.
What does it cost?
Effective October 1, 2009, certified copies of short form birth certificates (wallet) are $15.00 per copy and long form birth certificates are $20.00 per copy.
Mail Completed Application To:
Town of Glastonbury
PO Box 6523
2155 Main Street
Glastonbury, CT 06033-6523
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who can request a copy of a Birth Certificate?
This is dictated by the State of CT. To view their current regulations, click here.
How do I request a certified copy of a Birth Certificate?
The State of CT regulates who can request this information. Please click here for current processes.