Closure Information from the Commission
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Calhoun County, Alabama
The Ken Joiner Calhoun County Administration Building, Calhoun County Courthouse and other County Facilities, with the exception of county community centers and parks, will reopen to the PUBLIC on Monday, May 4, 2020. In compliance with the new "Safer at Home Order" Regulations for admittance into County Facilities are as follows:
LIMIT ENTRY TO ONLY THOSE INDIVIDUALS CONDUCTING BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS
WEAR FACEMASK OR FACE COVERING UPON ENTRY
YOU AGREE TO A TEMPERATURE CHECK UPON ENTRY
REMAIN 6' DISTANCE FROM OTHERS AT ALL TIMES
ADHERE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES IN PLACE
If you or any of the persons living in your household, or persons you've been in contact with are showing or has shown symptoms, DO NOT ENTER County facilities. It is important that you not expose others or our employees.
Please utilize respiratory etiquette – such as covering coughs and sneezes – practice social distancing while in the facility, along with frequent hand washing/sanitizing.
To the greatest extent possible we continue to encourage everyone to utilize the on-line, telephone and mail-in options that are available to you.
Your patience, understanding and cooperation are greatly appreciated!
CALHOUN COUNTY COMMISSION
Pursuant to the State Health Officer having issued an amended Statewide Order regarding the COVID-19 risk of infection, the County offices extend its closure and will reopen on May 4, 2020, unless otherwise advised by Federal/State or other Healthcare agencies/officials. Please call the emergency hotline (256-241-2775) for updated information.
All County offices are closed to the PUBLIC and EMPLOYEES, unless otherwise approved and authorized by the County Commission.
ANY EMPLOYEES WHO EXHIBIT SYMPTOMS OR IS IN CONTACT WITH ANYONE WHO EXHIBITS SYMPTOMS MUST CONTACT THEIR SUPERVISOR OR ELECTED OFFICIAL IMMEDIATELY.
We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during this unprecedented difficult time.
Chairman of the
Calhoun County Commission