City of Dallas Vital Statistics maintains records of births, deaths, and fetal deaths that occur within the incorporated city limits of Dallas. Our core functions include records retention, serving as a liason to the state, funeral home relations, and providing birth and death certificates to the general public. Long form birth certificates and death certificates are available from April 1983 to present ONLY for events that occurred within the incorporated city limits of Dallas. Abstract (short form) birth certificates are available for births that occurred in the State of Texas from 1926 to present.
Five Star Service Award
Texas Department of State Health Services acknowledges Vital Statistics Partners who understand the importance of vital statistics and its impact on the citizens of Texas. City of Dallas Vital Statistics has been awarded the Five Star Service Award for five consecutive years! 2018 (Recognized) and 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022 Exemplary!
New Year's Day (January)
Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday (3rd Monday in January)
President's Day (3rd Monday in February)
Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)
Juneteenth National Independence Day (June 19)
Fourth of July (Independence Day - July 4th)
Labor Day/Cesar E. Chavez Day (1st Monday in September)
Indigenous Peoples' Day (2nd Monday in October)
Veterans Day (November 11)
Thanksgiving Day (4th Thursday in November)
Day after Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day (December 25th)
Personnel Rules - Holiday Sec. 34-25(d) Weekend Holidays: A holiday that falls on a Saturday will be taken the Friday before the holiday. A holiday that falls on a Sunday will be taken the Monday after the holiday.
Margarita A. Carrasco, Local Registrar
Tracy Aparicio, Deputy Registrar