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Posted on: May 1, 2020

[ARCHIVED] May 1st, 2020 Operations Resume


As of today, May 1, 2020, Jackson County Government offices have resumed most operations and reopened to the public. The County will be following CDC, Federal and State guidelines as well as best practices to protect its employees and the public as we transact business. 

We strongly encourage the public to take advantage of our online options to do business with the County.  This includes the ability to renew vehicle registrations, pay property taxes, obtain a business license or building permit and file property tax exemptions.  Additionally, a lot of these transactions can be handled by mail.  Please visit the homepage on the County website to find links to the various County departments and to get additional information.

The Senior Center will remain closed until further notice.  The Center will continue to provide meals to seniors.  Ball fields and playgrounds remain closed until at least May 13, 2020.  No recreation activities will be scheduled until further notice. The Bear Creek boat ramp, Hurricane Shoals and Sells Mill Parks will resume normal operating hours but no pavilion rentals will be allowed at Hurricane Shoals and Sells Mill.  Restroom facilities will remain closed at Sells Mill Park.  The Parks & Recreation Department encourages all those visiting these parks to adhere to social distancing and gathering restrictions per the Governor’s Executive Order.

The Jackson County Animal Shelter will begin normal operating hours.  Those who may want to adopt an animal will have to follow instructions posted at the shelter which limits the number of family members who may be permitted into the shelter at any time.  The Animal Shelter asks that you check out their website to see the animals available for adoption before visiting the shelter and have the Animal ID Number of the animals you are interested in noted. 

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners continues to encourage each citizen to follow all safety precautions and advisories regarding the COVID-19 Pandemic to minimize any risk to their health.

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