County buildings, non-essential departments closed through April 5

Effective today, all Livingston County buildings and non-essential departments and services will be closed through April 5, 2020. Normal operations and office hours will resume on Monday, April 6, 2020.

In a release, Livingston County’s Leadership has been evaluating the COVID19 situation and listening to the advice of our governor and our president. Livingston County is working to balance the needs of our employees’ safety, our most vulnerable citizens, and that of the general public. Livingston County’s leadership is evaluating this situation and working to maintain public safety usa bitcoin casino. Residents can visit the County’s website at for updates and view departmental information for specific information and services.

The County’s Public Health Department is regularly updating information regarding the Coronavirus disease on its website. Residents can learn more about Livingston County’s response actions, prevention suggestions, symptoms of the disease, and information and resources for the general public, healthcare professionals, schools and childcare programs, and businesses and community organizations.

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