St. Joseph County further restricts access to county buildings

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. -- The St. Joseph County Board of Commissioners is closing all non-essential county government functions following Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb's Executive Order for residents to stay at home to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Non-essential county government functions will cease from Wednesday, March 25 until at least April 7.

The County-City Building will remain open to those needing access to the Health Department’s Immunization Clinic, but all other offices will be closed to walk-in traffic.

You are encouraged to visit the county's website to conduct any necessary business or contact the departments by phone or email. There may be a delay in responses due to employees working remotely.

If you have business with the courts, use the drop boxes in Courthouse 1 at 101 S. Main Street.

The Mishawaka Annex will be closed until April 7.

County parks remain open, but park offices, playgrounds and public restrooms will be closed. The county is also waiving any gate fees.

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