Apply For A Taylorsville Marriage License

Can we apply at Salt Lake County and have our wedding ceremony somewhere else?

Absolutely. In fact, you can have your marriage ceremony anywhere in the State of Utah, so long as it is within state borders. Also, if your wedding will be in Utah, you can apply at any County Clerk’s Office. Typically, couples apply at the County Clerk’s Office that is in the closest location. For Taylorsville, this is the Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office.

Can we mail the marriage license application to the Salt Lake County Clerk for our Taylorsville marriage license?

Every couple that will apply with the Salt Lake County Clerk for a marriage license will be required to do so in person. Sometimes, there are extenuating circumstances that the Salt Lake County Clerk will permit applications to be mailed (call 385- 468-7300), but for the vast majority of cases, couples must go to the County Clerk’s Office to successfully apply. For brides and grooms that wish to speed the wait time that they may encounter when going to the County Clerk’s Office, a downloadable marriage license application is available online at the Taylorsville Marriage License page. This way, you are able to print the application ahead of time, complete it (except for the signatures) and be on your way to obtaining your marriage license! Go to the office at:

Salt Lake County Clerk, Marriage License Division
2001 South State Street #S2200
PO Box 144575
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575

What age do we need to be married in Taylorsville?

To be wed in Salt Lake County, including Taylorsville, couples need to be at least 18 years of age. For minors who are 16-17, a legal guardian will have to grant authorization by way of a signature and proof of identification at the time that the application is submitted. The signature portion is on the bottom of the same marriage license application. Minors that are 15 years will need to receive permission from legal guardians as well as a juvenile court judge. The detail of these requirements can be seen on the Taylorsville Marriage License page.

What is acceptable identity proof to get our marriage license in Taylorsville?

Bring a current DMV issued Photo I.D. or a Driver’s License, or if unavailable, then you can bring a Military I.D., Passport, or State I.D. Birth certificates are also allowed, just make certain to bring a Photo I.D as well.

What details will we need to collect to complete the Salt Lake County marriage license?

  • Your full legal names, as well as the maiden name

  • Permanent addresses, mailing addresses

  • Complete legal names of all parents, both mothers and fathers

  • Social Security numbers

  • Place of birth and date of birth for each applicant (whether it was a city or town, what county or parish, and what state)

  • Where the  father and mother were born, what city and state

  • If either of you has had previous marriages you will be required to disclose which number it is for example, the 4th marriage. Additionally, you will be required to give the date in which the previous marriage was final or the annulment paperwork if it has been less than a 30 day period.

  • Signatures and dates

  • A $50 fee is also due when the application is submitted, be prepared to pay via a: Visa, Mastercard, check or cash.

  • Who can we contact for more help?

    Contact the Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office at (385) 468-7300. The office is found at:

    Salt Lake County Clerk, Marriage License Division
    2001 South State Street #S2200
    PO Box 144575
    Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575

    The hours of operation are Monday –Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.


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