FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 25, 2020
Limited in-person access to County services
Holbrook, AZ – In an effort to maximize social distancing and to protect the health of residents and staff, Navajo County Government facilities will close to the public beginning Thursday, March 26, and will remain in effect until further notice.
Essential services will still be provided to residents and businesses as the County takes proactive measures to restrict the spread of COVID-19. Although buildings will close to the public, County offices will remain staffed and residents can continue to conduct County business and get help by phone, email, mail, or on the County website www.navajocountyaz.gov. In-person services will be available by appointment only.
“Navajo County Government is still open for business,” explained County Manager Glenn Kephart, “even as many in-person services will be modified to comply with protocols provided by our national, state, and local leaders.”
Under the current direction of the Arizona Supreme Court, court services at the Superior Court and Justice Courts will remain open.
Residents are encouraged to call 928-524-4000 or one of the listed numbers below. You may also visit the County website with any additional questions.
For a printable list of the phone numbers and email addresses below, get this pintable list of contacts.
|Clerk of the Court
|PW / Planning & Zoning
|PW / Engineering / Flood
|Superintendent of Schools
|Clerk of the Board /
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