COVID-19 Information

Information related to COVID-19 affecting Logan County IL.

ios7 information outline Current Statistics 

Logan County Department of Public Health

If you think you have been exposed to COVID‑19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice.

COVID-19 INFORMATION

Search Our Site

Upcoming Vital Record Information

 

 

 

Vital Statistics are birth, death, marriage, and civil union certifications.

**Please note** Absolutely no information can be given over the telephone regarding Vital Records. Under Illinois State Law (410 ILCS 535-Vital Records Act) only specific individuals have legal access to birth, death or marriage certificates. The Logan County Clerk’s Office will issue certificates to authorized individuals only. To do otherwise is a violation of Illinois Law. Vital Records are not considered public information, nor are they subject to the Freedom of Information Act.

 

Obtaining a Marriage License

  

Marriages licenses may be obtained from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the Office of the County Clerk. Marriage applications are available in the Clerk's office or you can submit an online marriage application through our website (please visit our online marriage application tab for more details). The license may be used the following day and expires after 60 days. The couple must be marrying in Logan County. You are no longer required to get a blood test when obtaining your marriage license. You must be at least 18 years of age. If you are under 18, both of your parents must be present when getting your license. It is necessary for both parties to come in to the office to fill out the marriage license application. Civil ceremonies may be conducted for a $10.00 fee. Please contact the office of Judge Wright to make an appointment at 217-732-7013.

Marriage License fees are $50.00.

Any individuals making an application for a marriage license in the County of Logan must provide identification with the name and date of birth of the applicant.

 

 

Birth Certificates

 


Birth records begin in our office at the year 1878.

 

Death Certificates

 

 

Death records begin in our office at the year 1878.

 

Marriage Certificates

 

 

Marriage certificates date back to 1857.

 

Civil Union Certificates

 

Civil Union certificates date back to 2011.

Who may obtain a civil union record:

  • A certified copy may be obtained by either partner of the civil union.

 

Additional Information

 

Please feel free to contact our Vital Statistics Department at (217) 732-4148 for more information regarding Birth, Death, Marriage, and Civil Union certifications. 


Visit the Illinois Vital Statistics, dph.illinois.gov, for additional information or give them a call at (217) 782-4977.

 

 

 

logo