Prince George County closes office buildings to public until March 1

Prince George County closes office buildings to public until March 1
Members of the public will be allowed to attend all public meetings scheduled for the remainder of January and February, but under the special guidelines established months ago. (Source: Instagram: We Go Film)

PRINCE GEORGE COUNTY, Va. (WWBT) - Prince George County government buildings will be closed to the public until March 1 due to an increase of COVID-19 cases, according to County Administrator Percy Ashcraft.

Parks & Recreation will continue its classes offered during the day, and the fitness center on Old Stage Road will be open by appointment.

“All employees will continue to work normal hours, and exceptions to public visits will continue to take place by appointment should there be unusual or emergency circumstances,” Ashcraft said. “The entire focus is to continue to keep people safe. The best way is to continue the reduction of the flow of people in and out of our buildings.”

Ashcraft is encouraging the public to continue to contact the County office they might need to do business with by telephone or email during this time of closure.

Members of the public will be allowed to attend all public meetings scheduled for the remainder of January and February, but under the special guidelines established months ago.

The Circuit Clerk’s office will be open all business days to the public in the County Courthouse, but will limit the number of customers to two at the front counter at one time and three will be allowed in the Record Room at one time.

Anyone with questions or concerns may contact t County Administration at (804) 722-8600.

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