3/18/20 - The Centre County Board of Commissioners and the President Judge of the Centre County Court of Common Pleas announced today the limited public access of County buildings and offices in a pre-emptive effort to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 18, 2020
Centre County Commissioners’ Office: (814) 355-6700
Court Administration: (814) 355-6727
ACCESSING COUNTY SERVICES DURING COVID-19 EMERGENCY
Bellefonte, PA – The Centre County Board of Commissioners and the President Judge of the Centre County Court of Common Pleas announced today the limited public access of County buildings and offices in a pre-emptive effort to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
All persons are asked to refrain from visiting County offices. County offices are operational and functioning; however, contact with County offices should be conducted via phone, email, and any other virtual platforms to transact essential business. County personnel are available to answer questions and to assist the public with specific directions.
The County operates many distinct and diverse services each with different statutory and regulatory requirements for operation. Therefore, the public is encouraged to call any of the County offices listed below to receive guidance about how best to transact essential business needs.
MDJ - Bellefonte 49-3-02
MDJ - Centre Hall 49-3-04
MDJ - Centre Region 49-2-01
Children & Youth Services
MDJ - Philipsburg 49-3-03
MDJ - State College 49-1-01
MDJ - State College II 49-3-05
Mental Health – Intellectual Disability – Early Intervention
Criminal Justice Planning
Prothonotary – Clerk of Courts
Recorder of Deeds
Drug & Alcohol
Register of Wills – Clerk of Orphans Court
Emergency Management Agency
Tax Claim – Tax Collection
Weights and Measures
The public is encouraged to consult the County’s website page for updates on the COVID-19 situation which includes links to the Centers for Disease Control and the Pennsylvania Department of Health.
As the County strives to provide essential services balanced against the backdrop of a significant public health crisis, the cooperation and understanding of the public are appreciated.
For more information, please contact the Centre County Commissioners’ Office at (814) 355-6700 or Court Administration at (814) 355-6737.