Plymouth’s Clerk-Treasurer’s Office closed due to COVID-19
PLYMOUTH, Ind.—The Plymouth Clerk-Treasurer’s Office will remain closed to the public until further notice, the city said Monday.
The closure is due to a COVID-19 exposure, according to the city.
According to the city, the office will remain open for business during regular hours but will be closed to the public.
Residents wanting to make utility or other payments are encouraged to use the city’s online payment portal or utilize the drop box on the north side of the Clerk-Treasurer’s office building at 124 N. Michigan Street.
During the week of October 12, the city will hold some meetings virtually. For information on when city meetings are held and how to access them, visit the city’s website.