KING AND QUEEN COUNTY DECLARES LOCAL EMERGENCY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
As of 12:00 a.m. today, King and Queen County declared a local emergency in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) pursuant to Virginia Code section 44- 146.21, as amended. COVID-19, a communicable disease that threatens public health is of sufficient severity and magnitude to warrant coordinated local government action to prevent or alleviate potential hardship or suffering. The Declaration is issued as a precautionary security measure to allow for the full powers of government to deal effectively with the emergency.
Public access to King and Queen County offices and buildings is suspended effective immediately until further notice is given.
The public will have access to the Circuit and General District Courts. The Courts will issue their own notices.
Closed offices include County Administration, Building Official, Planning
and Zoning, finance, Registrar, Social Services, and the offices of the
Treasurer, Commissioner of the Revenue. The Department of Social Services
will continue to respond to child and adult protective services reports.
Documents for Social Services may be left in the drop box in the front
hallway of the Administrative building. Tax payments to the Treasurer’s
office can be made on-line or left in the drop-box in the front hallway
All public meetings scheduled during this time may be canceled and rescheduled later.
All County Staff will report to work as usual or as directed by their supervisor. County staff will be available to conduct business and assist the public over the phone or by email. Additional updates, notices, information and announcements will be posted on the County website.
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