Agency Operating Adjustments during Covid-19

Last updated June 25th, 2021

Visiting Us:

Hamilton County Government Buildings and properties are open to the general public. For exceptions relating to a specific agencies protocol, or for information on general COVID-19 guidelines / operational procedures, please reference the announcements below:  

General COVID-19 Guidelines: 

Visitors to any Hamilton County buildings and/or property are encouraged to follow Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) guidance to take responsibility for their own safety and the health and safety of those around them. This includes staying home when sick, and applying the following recommendations:

  • If unvaccinated, wear a face covering (masks or shields) while in County buildings (must provide own face covering),
  • Maintain social distancing of 6 feet, 
  • Use the hand sanitizer provided at the screening post, and stations located throughout the County buildings,
  • Have their temperature checked at the discretion of the officers at the screening post. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit will not be allowed into the building. 

Operational Procedures: 

  • Point of Entry for the Judicial Center: Use the Main Entrance on the East Side of the building. 
  • Point of Entry for the Historic Courthouse: Use the West Door of the Courthouse.

Specific Agency Exceptions:

  • Hamilton County Courts: Visitors planning to conduct business within a specific court office and/or specific courtroom are asked to contact the corresponding court office for their specific COVID-19 protocols.  
  • Hamilton County Health Department: Face coverings are required of all visitors, in both public and clinic areas, utilized by the Health Department until further notice.  

Events and Cancellations:

Please check our County Calendar for the current status of any event.