Falls Church City, VA Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce Records

Falls Church City vital recordsIn the late 1600s, Falls Church was a colonial settlement shared with Native Americans. Established around The Falls Church (Episcopal, founded 1734), Falls Church became a township in 1875 and an independent city in 1948, when it was separated from from Fairfax County. For more history, see the Mary Riley Styles Public Library Local History Room. A library card is needed to access their databases. Qualified individuals may obtain Virginia vital records for $12.00 at the Virginia Department of Health. Death, marriage, and divorce records become public after 50 years, birth records after 100. The Library of Virginia houses birth, death, and marriage records.

Falls Church City Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records

Falls Church City
300 Park Avenue
Suite 303 East
Falls Church, VA 22046
Hours of Operation: 8AM-5PM M-F EST
Phone: 703-248-5014
Fax: 703-248-5146
Recording Officer: Clerk of Circuit Court
Note: Real property transactions located in City of Falls Church must be recorded with Arlington Cty Circuit Court back to 1988. RE from Zip Codes 22042 & 22046 managed by Fairfax County 1/1988 to 2002. Pre-1988 at Fairfax County.
Search Fee: $50/month, or $600/yr; You can research deeds, financing statements, judgments, wills and other records maintained by the Circuit Court by registering and paying a fee to access the County Application Framework (CAF).

Falls Church City Marriage & Divorce Records - County Courts

Category: Courts
Falls Church City Government - Courts- Court Service Unit
200 Little Falls
Falls Church, VA 22046
Phone: (703)241-7630

Falls Church City Birth & Death Records - Adoption Agencies

Adoption Connections
207 Park Avenue
Falls Church, VA
Phone: (703)264-7815

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