The Health Statistics Center in Charleston West Virginia is responsible for archiving and issuing vital records for the state. Searches by mail or in person cost $12 dollars and include one certified copy. Additional searches incase of no results are $12 dollars each for a three year period. Phone, internet and fax orders are all run through the VitalChek system and cost a minimum of $30 dollars plus shipping, with additional fees for rush orders.
Health Statistics Center
Room 165, 350 Capitol Street
Charleston, WV 25301-3701
Telephone: (304) 558-9100
Fax: (304) 558-1787
Birth and death records are available from the state department from 1917 to present while marriage records date back to 1964 to present. Older records and divorce records can be obtained from the Clerk of Court from the county where the record was originally filed.
The West Virginia also maintains a vital records database available to the public for geneological searches.
Non-identifying information is available to adult aged (18) adoptees, their guardians or legal kin of a deceased adoptee. Only a court order may allow a person to open sealed adoption records and original birth certificates.
West Virginia Mutual Consent Registry
Office of Social Services
350 Capitol Street Room 691
Charleston, WV 25301
Property information is handled by many of the departments in the county government. The sheriff's department handle tax information, the auditor provide tax valuation and gis department provides maps.
• Kanawha County Property Tax Records
• Berkeley County Sheriff's Tax Office
• Cabell Parcel and Data Viewer
• Wood County Map Portal
• Monongalia County Tax Map
• Raleigh County Parcel Maps
• Harrison County Parcel Ownership Search