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Chula Vista Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Chula Vista Public Records?

Chula Vista Public Records include any city-related information that members of the public can access. It includes city council minutes, ordinances, resolutions, election-related documents and so much more. The City of Chula Vista abides by the California Public Records Act (CPRA), which enables members of the public to gain access to information held by public agencies and inspect that information during office hours. However, access to some records may be restricted, if the record is exempted from disclosure under the act.

Are Chula Vista Criminal Records Public?

Access to Chula Vista Criminal Records varies on a case-by-case basis. A requester may be able to obtain criminal records if they meet the eligibility requirement. Generally, access to criminal records can be exempted if:

  • It includes information that may deprive a person of a fair trial or disclose investigation techniques.
  • Include information that may endanger the safety of a person or witness.
  • Identify juvenile information.
  • Include confidential information.
  • Identify victim information.

How to Obtain Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Chula Vista Police Department maintains and processes different types of records and police information, including incident reports, accident reports and offense reports. Members of the public can obtain copies of a record by sending in requests to the department at

315 Fourth Avenue,
Chula Vista, CA 91910.

Requests must include the date, time, location, and involved parties. Providing an incident report number can also help expedite the process.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Chula Vista

The State of California runs a regularly updated database of all registered sex offenders in Chula Vista and all around California. t lists names (and any known aliases) of sex offenders, physical descriptions, and the addresses on record. It includes photographs and zip codes as well as a mapping feature that allows individuals to conduct searches using names or proximity to schools and parks.

How to Find Chula Vista Inmate Records

The City of Chula Vista runs a city jail that has the capacity to house fifty (50) local arrestees. Arrestees that are unable to provide bail are transported to the San Diego County Detention Facilities. Details of recent arrests can be viewed online. Members of the public can also search for inmates housed in correctional facilities managed by the San Diego County Sheriff’s department using its inmate locator search tool.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Chula Vista County Jail?

Individuals who wish to visit an inmate at the Chula Vista County Jail must first fill out a visitor application. Visits may be classified as either Professional or Public Visits. This is because the facility is quite small so slots are limited for visitation.

Court Records

Members of the public that are interested can access the city’s court records through the Superior Court of San Diego’s searchable online index of cases. Searches can be conducted by case number, DA number or party name. Court records can also be retrieved by mail provided that the case number and location of the courthouse are provided. Including appropriate fees, names of involved parties, and document titles can help assist with the search

Members of the public interested in obtaining court records in person can visit the courthouse where the case was filed and provide the Court Clerk with the case number (can be found at the online public index). Upon request, a valid form of identification must be provided alongside a fee of $0.50 per copy of the record.

Locations of Courts in Chula Vista

Superior Court South County Division
500 3rd Ave,
Chula Vista,
CA 91910.

Are Chula Vista Court Records Public?

For the most part, Chula Vista court records are available to members of the public on many different avenues. However, not all court records are public as some of the records can be restricted based on certain specific criteria. Generally, the City of Chula Vista provides access to Civil Court Case Records through an online search tool. Members of the public are encouraged to search for all court information via case number, DA number, or party name.

Mail and in-person routes can also be explored by members of the public provided that all necessary information is provided and fees are satisfied. For mail requests, names of parties involved, document titles, courthouse location, and appropriate fees can be sent to the Chula Vista Police Department for requests to be processed.

Police Department is located at

315 Fourth Avenue
Chula Vista
CA 91910.

Members of the public interested in obtaining court records in person can visit the courthouse where the case was filed and provide the Court Clerk with the case number (can be found at the online public index). Upon request, a valid form of identification must be provided alongside a fee of $0.50 per copy of the record for the process to be completed.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Chula Vista Vital Records?

Chula Vista Vital Records are records of life events that the government keeps such as marriage certificates, birth certificates, death certificates, and in some places records of civil unions.

Where and How to Obtain Chula Vista Divorce Records

The California Department of Public Health maintains records of divorce records dated between 1962 and June 1984. All other divorce records can be accessed in-person, online, or through the mail at The Superior Court South County Division of Chula Vista. All mail requests must include a stamped self-addressed envelope with enough postage to have the copies delivered. A fee of $15.00 is charged for certified copies and 50 cents per copy page.

The Superior Court South County Division in Chula Vista also has an online index that includes divorce records. To use this service, interested parties will need to provide the connected case number to obtain copies of a divorce decree. Case numbers can be found:

  1. By searching in person at the South County Regional Center, located at 500 3rd Avenue, Chula Vista, CA 91910.
  2. By contacting the office where the divorce was filed

Any request submitted by mail must include a stamped self-addressed envelope with enough postage to have the copies delivered.

How to Obtain Certificate of Records for Divorce

The California Department of Public Health issues certificates of record for divorces granted between 1962 and June 1984. Requests can be made by completing an application form and mailing it to the:

California Department of Public Health
Vital Records - MS 5103
P.O. Box 997410
Sacramento, CA 95899-7410

Note: Divorce records for cases filed after 2004 that are unavailable online can be obtained at the originating courthouses where the divorce was filed.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Chula Vista

Marriage Records in the City of Chula Vista fall under the category of public records that can be accessed at The Superior Court South County Division of Chula Vista. Members of the public will need to visit this location and present the Court Clerk with personal identification and all other necessary credentials to access such records.

Where and How to Get Public Chula Vista Marriage Records

Marriage Records in the City of Chula Vista fall under the category of public records that can be accessed at The Superior Court South County Division of Chula Vista. Members of the public will need to visit this location and present the Court Clerk with personal identification and all other necessary credentials to access such records.

Where and How to Find Chula Vista Birth Records

The SF County Clerk provides two types of birth certificates: authorized and information. Both options are certified. Authorized copies are only released to a small group of authorized persons, namely:

  • The registrant (person named on the certificate)
  • Parents or legal guardian
  • Grandparents, child, grandchild, sibling, domestic partner or spouse of the registrant
  • Attorney representing registrant
  • Member of a law enforcement agency conducting official business

Individuals who wish to obtain an authorized birth certificate must sign a statement, under penalty of perjury, that they are legally entitled to the document. A non-refundable search fee is charged for birth certificates. If the record is found, the County Clerk will issue a certified copy. A Certificate of “No Record” is issued in instances where no record exists.

Obtaining Vital Records in Person

To apply for an authorized copy in person, download and complete an application form for birth certificates. Requestors must also provide a valid photo ID that includes their name and date of birth. Accepted forms of identification include a driver’s license, military identification, and passport.

Obtaining Birth Records By Mail

Applications for birth certificates can also be sent by mail. Requests for authorized certificates must be accompanied by a sworn notarized statement, signed and sent in a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the:

S.F. County Clerk
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
City Hall, Room 168
San Francisco, CA 94102-4678

Processing times for mail-in requests range from seven to ten days from the day of receipt. If a record is not immediately found on file, processing times may be longer. In such events, the County Clerk forwards the request to the State of California Vital Health Department for a wider search.

The office charges $25 for searching a birth record for individuals and $19 for government agencies. This includes a certified copy of the record if found. It also charges $25 for each additional copy. In addition, the county clerk charges $21 for a death record and $21 for each additional copy. Payments made be made in cash or credit card when requests are made in person. Mail-in requests must be accompanied by a personal check, money order or cashier’s check made payable to the "SF County Clerk."

Where and How to Find Chula Vista Death Records

The Office of the County Clerk for the city and county of San Francisco manages death records. Records of individuals recently born or deceased within the last three years are held by the San Francisco Department of Public Health. In addition, records of deaths that occurred outside of San Francisco city can be obtained by contacting the county recorder in the county where it occurred .Requests for authorized certificates must be accompanied by a sworn notarized statement, signed and sent in a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the:

S.F. County Clerk
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
City Hall, Room 168
San Francisco, CA 94102-4678

Processing times for mail-in requests range from seven to ten days from the day of receipt.