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Starting Friday, March 20, 2020 County facilities are closed to the general public, with the exception of Landfill, Transfer Station and Convenience Centers. Additional information can be found here.

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County of Accomack restricts access by the General Public to County Administrative Offices and Facilities

March 19, 2020

County of Accomack restricts access by the General Public to County Administrative Offices and Facilities

Due to COVID-19 precautions, as well as recent state and federal recommendations, all Accomack County facilities and offices including the Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office, the Voter Registrar’s Office, Parks & Recreation, and the Treasurer’s Office are closed to the public starting Friday, March 20, 2020 and will remain closed until further notice. We don’t take this decision lightly, but we’re following the recommendations of the Governor and state health officials about limiting public gatherings to no more than 10 and practicing social distancing.

No in-person transactions will be conducted. All County employees will continue to report to work during their normal work hours. The public is encouraged to use the county’s online options for payments and services as the majority of transactions and services can be conducted in ways other than face-to-face.

Visit us at https://www.co.accomack.va.us. For assistance, please call us during normal business hours (8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.) at (757) 787-5700.

Additional information regarding options for conducting transactions with specific departments can be found on the County website, and at the entrance to the Administrative offices on Courthouse Avenue.
Landfill, Transfer stations and Convenience Centers will continue to operate but with limited interaction between the staff and public.

All County-sponsored/supported events and activities are canceled during this time and until further notice. The decision to modify County operations follows the Governor of Virginia’s emergency declaration, CDC recommendations and the ever-evolving COVID-19 situation.

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