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Applicants must also fall into one or more of the categories listed here, and provide the listed documents proving so.
Funeral Homes can obtain death certificates on behalf of the family representative for those who have passed away within the past year. Other immediate family members may also submit applications independently but must follow the customer mail in checklist located on the upper right-hand side of the application.
No. CCHHS Vital Records processes requests for Death Certificates by mail only. To order a Death Certificate, you may mail or drop off an application and all items on the checklist located on the upper right-hand side of the application.
In Arizona, a funeral home or other similar agency has up to 7 days to submit complete and accurate information regarding a death in our county. Next and in most cases, a death certificate is available approximately 3-5 business days after these events. However, certain circumstances may delay this time frame. Please contact the funeral home or other agency with whom you are communicating about this death event to learn if they have completed their filing.
A certified copy of an Arizona death certificate costs $20, including the first copy issued for a decedent. If the record has been previously amended or corrected, there is an additional one-time $10 fee for the first copy ($30 total) and each subsequent copy is $20. You are welcome to pay with cash (drop-off only), check or money order made out to Coconino Vital Records, or credit or debit card. A copy of the front and back of the cardholder’s government-issued photo ID is required to pay with card. Obituaries, police reports, or documentation from medical examiners or other authorities are not valid death certificates.