|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk Offices|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk||1100 Anacapa Street||Santa Barbara||CA||93101||805-568-2250|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk||312 East Cook Street||Santa Maria||CA||93454||805-614-6414|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk||401 East Cypress Avenue||Lompoc||CA||93436||805-737-7705|
|Lompoc City Clerk||100 Civic Center Plaza||Lompoc||CA||93436||805-875-8242|
|Santa Maria Clerk||511 Lakeside Parkway||Santa Maria||CA||93455||805-346-8370|
|Santa Barbara County Town & City Halls|
|Santa Barbara City Hall||735 Anacapa Street||Santa Barbara||CA||93101||805-963-0611|
|Buellton City Hall||107 West Highway 246||Buellton||CA||93427||805-686-0137|
|Carpinteria City Hall||5775 Carpinteria Avenue||Carpinteria||CA||93013||805-684-5405|
|Goleta City Hall||130 Cremona Drive||Goleta||CA||93117||805-961-7500|
|Guadalupe City Hall||918 Obispo Street||Guadalupe||CA||93434||805-343-1340|
|Lompoc City Hall||100 Civic Center Plaza||Lompoc||CA||93436||805-736-1261|
|Solvang City Hall||1644 Oak Street||Solvang||CA||93463||805-688-5575|
|Santa Barbara County Marriage License Offices|
|Santa Barbara County Marriage License||1100 Anacapa Street||Santa Barbara||CA||93101||805-568-2250|
|Santa Barbara County Marriage License||401 East Cypress Avenue||Lompoc||CA||93436||805-737-7705|
|Santa Barbara County Marriage License||Santa Maria, 511 E. Lakeside Parkway, Suite 115||Santa Maria||CA||93455||805-346-8370|
|Santa Barbara County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk and Recorder Website|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk and Recorder's Office Death Records|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk and Recorder's Office Marriage Records|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk, Recorder and Assessor County Records|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk-Recorder Birth Records|
|Santa Barbara County Clerk-Recorder Office Marriage Applications|
|Santa Barbara County Divorce Certificates|
|Santa Barbara County Genealogical Society Genealogy Records|
|Santa Barbara County Marriage Certificates & Records|
|Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office|
|Santa Barbara District Attorney|
|Santa Barbara Public Library Database|
|Married Couples||70,100 (48.7%)|
|Unmarried Couples||10,733 (2.5%)|
|Never Married Men||76,855 (42.8%)|
|Never Married Women||64,310 (35.7%)|
|Separated Men||3,183 (1.8%)|
|Separated Women||3,978 (2.2%)|
|Widowed Men||3,966 (2.2%)|
|Widowed Women||13,735 (7.6%)|
|Divorced Men||13,132 (7.3%)|
|Divorced Women||19,664 (10.9%)|
How to Find Marriage Records Easily Online
In Santa Barbara, there are a number of different official government agencies which maintain marriage records. These include the vital statistics office and local courts, plus the Department of Public Health under the Department of California Health Services. If you need to search for marriage records, these official offices have free online access to them. However, the records you find here won’t be in the same format as those found in county courthouses. The state’s vital statistic’s office has all the official records of marriages, while the court normally maintains separate civil records for each marriage. However, since these records are normally only available to officials of the state itself, they won’t be able to be accessed online.
But how can you access marriage records in Santa Barbara? You’ll be happy to know that the options have expanded greatly over the past decade. While public access to many kinds of public information used to be available only to the government, these days anyone with internet access can go through the records. While the original public record searches were usually for a fee, thanks to the growth of the online search community, they’re no longer. Today, anyone can perform a wide range of searches for marriage records.
If you’d like to search for marriage records by location, you’ll want to start your search at the county seat or county headquarters. In Santa Barbara, you’ll find the offices for the majority of counties. Most have their own website. They should be able to tell you the full name of the person, as well as where they were married and when. Keep in mind that if you know nothing about where the marriage occurred, it may still be available. In particular, county courthouses often keep marriage records of people who immigrate to the country and then later become citizens.
If you have any ideas about the probable brides’ locations, you can run a public record search on them. You can find everything from birth dates to where they live today. While the process for retrieving these records might take a bit longer, it’s worth the wait if you are trying to put together your history.
If you’d rather save some time and not deal with driving all over town, there are services available online that can get you access to marriage records. While they aren’t free, most offer a refund if you’re not satisfied. They will, however, require some information about you to ensure they have the correct information for your records.
A good database should offer you the ability to cross-reference the records for different years. This will help you find more information. When you pay for this service, however, you’ll be charged per item, so you shouldn’t expect to pay thousands for every record you want. In general, it should only take you a few seconds to find out what you need. It doesn’t cost much, either, which is a great advantage when you consider how little the record’s cost.