Calhoun County Probate Office
Record Room Rules and Regulations
MONDAY, MAY 3, 2021
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS
UTILIZING RESOURCES OF CALHOUN COUNTY
PROBATE OFFICE RECORD ROOM
Commencing Monday, May 3, 2021, individuals utilizing resources
of the Record Room of the Calhoun County Probate Office will no
longer have “scheduled time”.
The following rules and regulations will apply:
Hours for use of the Record Room will be the same as the regular business hours for the Administration Building; 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Access to the Record Room will be on a first come, first served basis, with no limitations as to the time you are allowed to stay.
We will no longer have a computer terminal upstairs.
There will be five (5) computer terminals for use in the main room, with a possible addition of a sixth one in the near future.
We ask all individuals utilizing the resources of the Record Room to continue to sign in at the front table.
We will continue to follow the social distancing guidelines, as established by the CDC. Access may be denied to any individual who does not practice social distancing.
Those individuals who have an electronic entrance card can continue to use the Noble Street side entrance, where they have been authorized to enter via the electronic entrance card.
Pursuant to federal and state guidelines, we request that you wear a face mask or other facial covering.
Probate Record Room access may be denied to any individual who is exhibiting symptoms of any illness, including but not limited to fever, coughing, breathing difficulties.
Individuals using the services of the Probate Record Room will be expected to practice good hygiene and follow hand washing protocol as recommended by federal and state guidelines.
We continue to encourage attorneys and title companies to use on-line resources for your title work needs, but we understand not all records needed are available on-line.
Any individual using the resources of the Calhoun County Probate Office Record Room who is exhibiting symptoms or who has been in contact with anyone who is exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 will be expected to immediately discontinue coming to the Calhoun County Probate Office Record Room until cleared by a medical provider.
If you have any questions, please contact me at (256) 452-2898.
Alice K. Martin, Judge of Probate, Calhoun County