LOGAN COUNTY GOVERNMENT OFFICES OPEN MAY 4 WITH RESTRICTIONS
As Colorado transitions to the Level 2: Safer at Home COVID-19 response, Coloradans are no longer ordered to stay home, but are strongly advised to stay at home. Critical businesses are open and non-critical businesses are operating with restrictions.
In that regard, the Logan County Courthouse and other county government offices will open to the public on Monday, May 4 with restrictions.
The public is encouraged to continue to conduct county business over the phone, online, or by utilizing the drive-up drop box located in the Courthouse south parking lot if possible. Customers are urged to only enter the courthouse for essential business that cannot be handled through the non-face-to-face options.
Customers needing to conduct essential business in the courthouse are asked to not come in if:
• You are sick
• You have a cough
• You have a fever
Social distancing rules will apply inside the courthouse for the safety of the public and staff:
• Please wear a protective mask
• 6-feet distance when possible
• Limited people in office space at a time
For more information, announcements and resources, please check the Logan County COVID-19 Information link at logancounty.colorado.gov.
(Specific details for non-face-to-face options can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/yaz6962d)
COVID-19 Community Response & Resources by Logan County- Find local, state, and national updates along with business resources and closures
For more information, announcements and resources, please check the COVID-19 Information Clearinghouse link at www.colorado.gov/logan.
To view the Logan County Business Impact Data click here
To view the County COVID-19 Cases and Planning Reports click here