What records do we have?
Births and Deaths: Earliest records from 1882. Vital Records are available to Parents, Spouse, Life Partner, Adult Children, Grandparents, Siblings, Aunts/Uncles, Direct Decendant Grandchildren, Great-Grandchildren, etc, Nieces/Nephews, other family members (like cousins) or any authorized legal representative.
How long does it take to get a certificate?
For all mail requests, within two business days, for all in-office requests, same day.
Do you have records for other counties?
No, we only have records for events that occurred in Dearborn County.
I was born outside the U.S. but a child of the U.S. parent(s). Where do I get a birth record?
Please contact the U.S. Dept. of State.
When will my road be plowed?
All primary roads are plowed first (access to the schools, hospitals, and other critical care facilities).
Can I be put on the list to have my road plowed first because I have health issues?
Unfortunately, no such list exists.
Can I park on the county roads?
Under county ordinances, no parking is allowed for any reason on county roads.
I have a dead deer; will you pick it up and dispose of it?
Maybe. In the event that a deer is in the roadway and a danger to the traveling public, we will remove the deer.
My street sign is missing, will you replace it?
The department will repair broken, damaged, or missing street signs for public roads only.
My mailbox was hit by a snow plow truck, will you replace it?
The department will only repair mailboxes that have been physically hit by a snow plow truck (i.e. the truck left the roadway and struck your mailbox).
Someone threw trash in the ditch along the roadway, will you pick it up?
Unfortunately, no. The department is not responsible for trash pickup. It is the landowner's responsibility to see that trash is disposed of in a proper manner.
Dearborn County has a Gambling Boat, why isn't my road paved?
At this time, the Citizens should understand that the majority of gaming revenue goes to the lead agency, which is the City of Lawrenceburg and not Dearborn County.
How do I get a copy of the Autopsy results?
The legal next of Kin must send a written request to the Coroner stating their request.
How do I get a copy of the death certificate?
A person requesting a copy of a death certificate must contact ether contact the Dearborn County Health Department Attn: Vital Records 215 B W High Street, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025. Phone Number: 812-537-8826 or 8838.