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Auditor

Brian Day

Auditor Day was elected Parma Auditor in November 2015. Prior to that he served as Ward 4 Councilman for 12 years.

 Mr. Day is a graduate of Holy Name High School and John Carroll University.

Brian is married to Colleen Corrigan Day and is the father of three daughters. The family attends St. Columbkille Catholic Church where he is involved in parish functions and had previously coached girls’ softball and basketball. He is active in numerous civic and social organizations throughout Parma.

As Auditor, Mr. Day is responsible for coordinating the city's account payables, payroll, management reporting, budget preparation and monitoring finances. In addition, his office coordinates the municipality's annual audit and prepares the City's Comprehensive Annual Finance Report.

 The Office of the Auditor also is responsible for the City's Management Information System that records, stores and reproduces internal financial information along with supporting the municipality's computer network to include employee PC work stations. In addition the Auditor’s Office provides certified birth/death certificates for those born in Ohio and those who passed away in Parma, Ohio.

Vital Statistics Office

Mon-Fri:  8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
(440) 885-8816 

Certified birth/death certificates are available for those born in Ohio and those who passed away in Parma, Ohio. The cost per certificate is $25.

Certified Birth Certificate may be obtained:

  1. In person at Parma City Hall. We ask that you arrive no later than 3:45 for same day service. Cash, Visa, and MasterCard are acceptable methods of payment. We will also accept a personal check accompanied by an Ohio Driver’s License. The address on the check must match the address on the license.
  2. By phone (440-885-8816) using either Visa or MasterCard. Orders placed before 9:30 AM will be mailed out the same day, orders placed after 9:30 AM will be mailed out the next business day. Certificates are mailed using United States Postal Service.
  3. By mail, send a letter stating the following information:
    • Full Name at Birth
    • Date of Birth
    • Name of Hospital along with the county born in
    • Mother’s full maiden name with the state or country where she was born
    • Father’s full name with the state or country where he was born
    • Number of certificates requested

    Payments for mail requests must be in the form of a money order or bank check made payable to the City of Parma. Personal checks will not be accepted and will be returned to you. Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope. Mail requests are processed and returned to you the same day they are received.

Application for Certified Birth Records
Press Release - Parma Offers Access to Statewide Birth Certificates

Certified Death Certificate may be obtained:

  1. In person at the Vital Statistics window on the second floor of Parma City Hall. Visa and MasterCard now accepted.
  2. Call the Vital Statistics Office at 440-885-8816. Visa and MasterCard will be the only accepted form of payment for phone requests.
  3. Through the mail. Please include:
    • A letter stating individual's name and date of death
    • Payment of $25.00. Money orders only, no personal checks accepted through the mail.
    • A self-addressed stamped envelope.

*Note: Birth/Death Certificates are public record in the State of Ohio.

Hours

Mon-Fri.  
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Contact

(440) 885-8020
Fax: 440-866-0110
auditing@cityofparma-oh.gov
vitalstats@cityofparma-oh.gov
mis@cityofparma-oh.gov