Request Birth, Marriage & Death Certificates
Requesting Vital Records
The Town Clerk maintains the records of births, deaths, and marriages. Town records are made available from 1650 to the present.
The Littleton Town Clerk's Office issues birth certificates if the child was born in the Town of Littleton or if the parents resided in Littleton at the time of the birth. Please note some birth records are restricted. If the parents of the child were not married at the time of the child's birth, you must contact the Clerk's Office prior to ordering online for further instructions. If you are uncertain if the birth record is restricted, please contact the Littleton Clerk's Office at 978-540-2401 before ordering online.
The Littleton Town Clerk's Office issues certified copies of records of marriage if the Intention of Marriage was filed in the Town of Littleton Clerk's Office. If you are not certain whether a marriage record is filed with the Littleton Clerk's Office, call the office for confirmation at 978-540-2401 before ordering online.
The Littleton Town Clerk's Office issues certified copies of records of death if the death occurred in Littleton or for Littleton residents who passed away in other MA communities. If you are not certain whether a death record is filed with the Littleton Clerk's Office, call the office for confirmation at 978-540-2401 before ordering online.
Requesting a Certificate
- Certified copies of these records are available upon request
- There is a $10 charge per copy
- Certified copies are available by visiting or writing the Office.
To Request a Certificate of Birth, Death, or Marriage
- Use our online center to request and pay for the certificate
- Payments can be made by credit card or ACH
- Call 978-540-2401
- Or visit the Clerk's Office
- Massachusetts Registry of Vital Records and Statistics (RVRS)
- The RVRS administers and issues copies of vital records that occurred in Massachusetts from 1926 to the present. RVRS also provides statistics on births, deaths, fetal deaths, divorces, and marriages. These data are used by local and state public health programs and medical researchers to help understand our population, promote wellness, and ensure health equity within the Commonwealth.