Wednesday, June 03, 2020

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Information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the Marion County Health Department.

County offices are open with some restrictions.  Public access is limited to the South entrance.  Health/travel screening questions will be required prior to admittance.  Wearing a mask is highly encouraged during any face to face meeting, along with proper social distancing.  Driver's License services will not be offered at this time.  The Department on Aging and the Planning & Zoning Office are open by appointment only.  In person attendance at the County Commission meetings will not be allowed at this time. 
Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we work to safely transition back to full public access over time.  The safety of our citizens and employees is of paramount importance.  County staff is available to answer your questions by phone or email.  Please don't hesitate to contact us. 

Treasurer:  620.382.2180
Vehicle Dept:
County Clerk:  620.382.2185
Register of Deeds:  620.382.2151
County Attorney:  620.382.2243
District Court:  620.382.2104
Appraiser:  620.382.3715
Mapping:  620.382.3778
Road & Bridge:  620.382.3761

PUBLIC ATTENDANCE OF COUNTY COMMISSION MEETINGS BY TELECOMMUNICATION ONLY.  In-person attendance at the County Commission meetings is not allowed at this time due to mass gathering restrictions.  We encourage attendance by telecommunication which also allows public interaction.
To join the County Commission meetings from your computer, tablet or smartphone, go to or by phone dial 1-866-899-4679.  The access code is 639-484-901#.

Please contact individual County offices directly for any questions or assistance.


On September 11, 2001 life as we knew it dramatically changed!  The tragedy that took place that day has affected our way of thinking forever.  The Marion County Health Department plays an important part in the public health and safety system during a crisis as a member of the Task Force.

Because our number one goal is the importance of protecting our residents, clients, and staff, we have worked with other local public health and county officials to put together a Public Health Emergency Preparedness Plan.  The Health Department’s plan for preventing illness and exposure from a Bioterrorism attack is dependent on early detection and protective interventions of suspect persons.  Our response plan addresses steps in surveillance, prevention and control of biological agents starting with containment and decontamination.

We have included information on various topics of Public Health Emergency Preparedness on our website in the hope of addressing the variety of questions that have arisen.

We are hopeful that by using the website on Public Health Emergency Preparedness, you will have some of the latest information available for you and your concerned family members.

View the items below for more information on each.

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Information from the American Red Cross:

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Pet Safety