County buildings close to public, services move to vitual methods

In response to the growing number of local coronavirus cases and sharply rising hospitalizations, many country building will close to the public on Monday, July 13, and county services will move to virtual methods.

County services will be primarily offered through online methods, over the phone, or by mail. Residents should visit county department websites or call for assistance on how to complete requests virtually.

“Virtual methods have been long-standing and efficient ways to conduct business with the county. As one of the largest employers in the area, the county family is dedicated to providing high-quality services in a safe manner for our employees and visitors,” said County Executive Officer George Johnson. “Departments have diligently worked to add these safeguards to workspaces, including providing more telecommuting options. Returning to virtual means is one way the county is slowing the spread of the disease.”


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