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Boone County government offices reopen to public Monday

Visitors should observe social distancing and wear masks

BOONE COUNTY, Ky. (May 28, 2020) — Boone County government office reopen for public, face-to-face operations on Monday, June 1, 2020. Offices in the County Administration Building, Animal Shelter, Public Works and Parks Departments will be open to the public, including face to face interactions.

In order to provide a safe environment for the public and staff members during the COVID-19 Pandemic, visitors are asked to observe the following: Do not enter the County Administration Building if you are feeling sick and observe social distancing at all times during your visit. Visitors are also encouraged to wear a facial mask when visiting any county facilities and during face-to-face interactions with county staff.

At the directive of Judge/Executive Gary W. Moore and County Administrator Jeff Earlywine, a Transition Taskforce was created to prepare all county facilities and departments for safe face-to-face public interactions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Consistent with Health Department guidance, all visitors to county facilities should expect to see appropriate safety measures in place.

The following offices and departments will open to face-to-face interactions: Boone County Clerk; Boone County PVA; Building Inspection; Planning and Zoning; Parks Department; Public Works; Assisted Housing; Finance Office; Occupational Licensing; and the Animal Shelter. All other offices remain open to serve the public and are available by telephone, email, and drop box services.