Victoria County Clerk’s Office makes changes in response to COVID-19 pandemic
Victoria County Clerk's Office makes changes
Victoria, Texas – The Victoria County Clerk’s Office is implementing a Continuity of Operations Plan to continue serving residents. The office taking precautionary measures to protect staff and their families. The Victoria County Clerk’s office will limit public access to the office starting Monday, March 23 to at least March 31, 2020.
The clerk’s office will still answer phone calls and emails, process e-files for judicial cases, e-record for property records, process incoming and outgoing mails and faxes.
“While we realize there are exceptions, every attempt to limit face to face transactions will be made. Certain transactions will be processed by appointment only. These appointments will be restricted to only the party or parties involved. We ask that you please do not bring in children. If you are sick, recently exposed to anyone who is sick or show signs of being sick, please do not attempt to make a physical appearance in our office. Each request for an appointment will be screened for immediate need and will be decided on a case by case basis. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding the need to protect our employees and their families,” wrote Heidi Easley, Victoria County Clerk.
Learn more at the Victoria County website www.vctx.org. For questions call 361-575-1478.
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