The in-person services include court filings, notary services, document and copy requests for sealed and confidential records, hunting and fishing licenses, bus and EZ passes, oath of office certificates and public records searches.
Appointments will be required for passports and pistol permit transactions (except amendments). This will limit the number of people in the office at one time.
Some services still cannot be completed in person and must be done by mail or through the drop box. They include: Doing Business As transactions; and pistol permit amendments such as adding or removing a gun or an address change.
The office also will have new regulations for the June 8 reopening:
» All persons entering the County Office Building will undergo a temperature screening.
» Masks must be worn when inside the County Clerk’s Office.
» A “code of conduct” has been established to encourage healthy practices during visits.
For more information visit the clerk’s page on the county website.