Veterans ID Card Program
8:00a.m. – 3:00p.m.
The Coshocton County Recorder’s Office is pleased to announce a new initiative benefiting our United States Military Veterans. This program allows Coshocton County veterans to obtain a document identification card from our office. This card will display a picture of the veteran as well as various information regarding his or her service to our country.
In Ohio, the office of the county recorder is responsible for maintaining veterans’ military service discharge records, known in military parlance as a DD214 form. These discharge records are utilized by veterans to prove their eligibility for certain benefits their military service has earned. This card contains their specific document number, so the discharge record can be rapidly located when needed.
In order to receive an identification card, a veteran must record their military discharge with the Coshocton County Recorder’s Office and show TWO of the following identifications:
Valid Ohio Drivers License/Identification Card
Valid U.S. Passport
Certified Birth Certificate
Valid Conceal & Carry
Social Security Card
Identification card from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs