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Gloucester County enters next phase of office, library openings

In alignment with Gov. Ralph Northam’s guidance on Phase 3 re-openings across Virginia, Gloucester County government will begin its next phase of reopening offices to the public on Monday. Currently, offices of the Treasurer, Commissioner of Revenue, Assessor, Registrar, and all offices in the courthouse are open to the public.

County employees stationed in a temporary facility located behind County Office Building #2 (6489 Main Street) will continue to greet customers who wish to transact business with the county departments inside that building.

In an effort to comply with ongoing social distancing protocols outlined in the Governor’s Executive Orders, only one customer per department will be permitted inside Building #2; Treasurer’s Office cashiering stations will continue to serve the public outside, at windows located on the back side of the temporary office facility.

As part of the reopening, the Gloucester County Library System will offer expanded services to the publi...

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