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With some limited exceptions, Ringgold County departments will be available for in-person service during regular business hours, Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., beginning July 6. During this time, several steps will be taken in an attempt to reduce the possibility of spreading the virus.
Where it remains reasonable to do so, county offices may continue attempts to schedule in-person contact by appointment. Appointments will be required for driver’s license (641-464-3230), passports and vital records (641-464-3231). People are encouraged to call ahead for court-related services (641-464-3234).
A drop box will remain available at the west entrance of the Courthouse and remote/electronic (phone, email, online, etc.) service delivery will continue to be encouraged by all county offices.
All Courthouse staff will make enhanced efforts related to cleaning and disinfecting.
Proper social distancing measures will be encouraged within the Courthouse.
Courthouse staff may screen visitors upon entry to any office. Personal protective equipment is not required, but encouraged.
“The Ringgold County Board of Supervisors appreciates everyone’s flexibility and understanding throughout this epidemic,” stated the supervisors. “Diligence in preventing the spread of this virus is greatly appreciated. The supervisors will continue to evaluate these matters as we move forward with opening county facilities.”