The Contra Costa County Clerk-Recorder Office will stay open until 7:30 p.m. every Thursday – starting this week – until Aug. 29 for the fifth consecutive year.
Customers can use this opportunity to get copies of birth or death certificates and other recorded documents like fictitious business names. Marriage licenses will also be available, and wedding ceremonies will be available by appointment, but county officials say walk-ins will be accommodated if possible.
Summer is also an important time for parents to get their hands on birth certificates for school registration or travel season.
In a statement, Clerk-Recorder Joe Canciamilla said:
“It’s nice to be able to offer our services for an extended time, especially for busy parents as they get ready for the upcoming school year.”
For more information go to www.contracostacore.us or call (925) 335-7900. The extended hours have allowed the county to help more than 1,000 customers since the program’s launch in 2015.
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