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Take I-65 to the Peytonsville Road/TN-248 Exit, Exit #61Turn East onto Peytsonsville Road (.3 mile). Turn Left onto Long Lane. Mapquest Link
Birth and death information in the county is collected and sent to the State of Tennessee, Office of Vital Records. Copies of death certificates are issued upon request. Please note you must go to the county where the death occurred to obtain a copy of a death certificate. English application Spanish application
Certified copies of birth certificates for persons born in the state of Tennessee – in 1949 or after – may be requested from any local health department in Tennessee. To expedite your request for a birth certificate, please print and complete the application for birth certificate and bring with you to the health department. English application Spanish application
English application http://tinyurl.com/l5hpew4Spanish application http://tinyurl.com/kv49mo8
-Petitions to establish paternity, visitation, custody, and child support between unmarried parents
-Dependency and Neglect: Circumstances under which a child may be in eminent risk of substantial harm and needs the protection of the Court.
Williamson County is on a 5 year cycle. The last Reappraisal was in 2016. The next one will be in 2021.