Brown County Birth Records (Minnesota)

The Brown County Clerk is responsible for maintaining important documents for a county or local area, including vital documents like Brown County birth records. These birth records include birth certificates that list the baby's name, date of birth, time of birth, and the location, as well as personal information about the parents. A Minnesota birth certificate acts as legal proof of birth and citizenship, and it may be required to apply for a MN driver's license or passport, receive a Social Security number, or apply for government services. Other birth records include demographic records on birth, which are useful for researchers, as well as records on birth that can be used for Brown County genealogical research. Birth records can be requested online at the Clerk Office website.

Brown County Clerk New Ulm MN 14 South State Street 56073 507-233-6670

Hanska City Clerk Hanska MN 300 Railroad Avenue 56041 507-354-7055

Sleepy Eye Clerk Sleepy Eye MN 200 Main Street East 56085 507-794-3731

Springfield City Clerk Springfield MN 2 E Central St 56087 507-723-4416


The Brown County Health Department is responsible for monitoring public health, and it may operate at the Minnesota, Brown County, or local level. In some areas, Health Departments are also responsible for maintaining Brown County vital records, including documents related to birth such as birth certificates. These Brown County public records, which act as legal proof of birth and citizenship, list the baby's name, date of birth, time of birth, and the location, as well as personal information about the parents. Birth certificates may be required to apply for a Minnesota State driver's license or passport, receive a Social Security number, or apply for government services, and they can also be useful for Brown County genealogical research. Health Departments may provide online access to their birth records.

Brown County Public Health Department New Ulm MN 1117 Center Street 56073 507-233-6820

Brown County Hospitals provide a variety of medical services to patients of all ages, including labor and delivery services. When a baby is born at a Hospital in Brown County, Minnesota, it creates birth records for the birth. These can include ceremonial Brown County birth certificates which list the baby's name, date of birth, weight and length, and the Hospital's name, as well as information about the parents. These ceremonial birth certificates cannot act as legal proof of identity in Minnesota, but they may be a valuable source of information on an individual's birth. Hospitals also maintain demographic information on babies born at their facility, which may be accessible to researchers.

Mayo Clinic Health System S F Springfield MN 625 North Jackson Avenue 56087 507-723-6201

New Ulm Medical Center New Ulm MN 1324 5th Street North 56073 507-217-5000

Sleepy Eye Medical Center Sleepy Eye MN 400 4th Avenue Northwest 56085 507-794-3571


Brown County Town and City Halls keep documents and records related to their municipality, including vital documents like Brown County birth records. Birth certificates, for example, list the baby's name, date of birth, time of birth, and the location, and they also provide personal information about the parents. These Brown County public records act as legal proof of birth and citizenship, and they may be required to apply for government services, receive a Social Security number, or apply for a driver's license or passport in Brown County, Minnesota. Town and City Halls may also maintain other Brown County birth records, such as demographic records for the entire municipality, which may be useful for researchers, and historical birth records that can be used for genealogical research. The Town or City Hall may provide online request forms for birth certificates on its website.

New Ulm City Hall New Ulm MN 100 North Broadway Stret, Ste 1 56073 507-359-8233

Springfield City Hall Springfield MN 2 East Central Street 56087 507-723-3500