St. Louis County buildings to close to public through April 10

St. Louis County buildings to close to public through April 10

Beginning Monday, March 30, all St. Louis County Courthouses and Government Services Centers will close to public through April 10, consistent with the Governor’s executive order. The Courts will continue to hold certain hearings as needed, but participants in those hearings will be provided instructions by the court on how to access the court house.

Citizens can continue to access county services by phone, email and online. Additionally, secure drop boxes have been placed outside the main entrance of each county building for customers to leave paperwork and payments for any transactions. Receipts and final documents from the county will be sent via mail.

“We are encouraged by the number of phone calls and emails we are getting, and by how relatively little foot traffic we saw this past week in our buildings,” said County Administrator Kevin Gray. “People are taking seriously the need to stay home to prevent spread of COVID-19. At the same time our staff has done a remarkable job of finding new ways to continue providing county services in a way that is safe for everyone.”

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