The Calhoun Commission is taking action to protect the public and courthouse workers during the Cornavirus Pandemic, following guidelines.

"Our goal as Commissions is to take necessary measures to make our staff as safe as possible during this pandemic," said commission president Scottie "Chip" Westfall. "Therefore, effectively immediately all doors will be locked at the Calhoun County Courthouse," he said.

If there is an urgent need, patrons can ring the buzzer outside of any of the three entrances and assess will be granted during their need at that time.

Offices will be open, so whenever possible, call the office and request the necessary information/documents and they will be emailed or mailed to you, or other arrangements will be made based on the urgently of need need.

Contact information for Courthouse Offices:

County Clerk (304) 354-6725

Circuit Clerk (304) 354-6910

Assessor (304) 354-6958

Sheriff (304) 354-6333

Prosecuting Attorney (304) 354-6170

The Calhoun County Commission in assessing the needs of the not only the citizens of Calhoun County, but our staff as well, feel this is the most prudent thing to do at this time.

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