SPRINGFIELD, OH (May 8, 2020) – Several Clark County offices, including commission departments located at the Springview Government Center, will re-open to the public on Monday, May 11 with social distancing guidelines in place to better serve both residents and county employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Clark County departments located at the Springview Government Center, 3130 E. Main St., include Community and Economic Development, Emergency Management, Personnel and Utilities.
Other offices reopening to the public include the Clark County Soil and Water Conservation District and the Clark County-Springfield Transportation Coordinating Committee (by appointment only).
The Ohio State University Extension Office located at Springview will remain closed to the public.
The Clark County Commission office, located on the fifth floor of Clark County Municipal Courthouse, 50 E. Columbia St., will also reopen on May 11.
The county recently installed barriers in certain areas to limit interaction with the public and protect employees. The county will also ask those seeking in-person services to take several precautions including:
• Submitting temperature checks.
• Wearing appropriate face coverings out of respect for others.
• Maintaining social/physical distancing of six feet at all times.
“The health and safety of our employees and the community is our top priority,” said Clark County Administrator Jenny Hutchinson. “We’re doing everything we can to ensure we’re providing the best services possible while also reducing exposure for our staff and the community.”
The Clark County Dog Shelter and the Clark County Solid Waste District reopened to the public this week.
The Clark County Department of Job and Family Services will remain closed, but some services will be available by appointment only. For more information, log on to clarkdjfs.org.
Media contact: Michael Cooper, Clark County Public Information Officer, 937-521-2031