Clerk services and employees are essential during the COVID-19

Services provided by the Clerk’s office, and the employees performing those services, have been identified by state and federal authorities as essential to the public’s health, safety and well-being during the COVID-19 response.

The “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce” advisory list, developed by the Department of Homeland Security – Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), identifies essential workers who have a responsibility to provide services and functions that are necessary for community resilience during the pandemic response.

Clerk services identified by the CISA as necessary for community and national resilience include:

• Support to the operations of the judicial system;
• Performance of title, notary and recording services in support of mortgage and real estate services and transactions;
• Processing of financial transactions, services and payments.

Clerk employees, and all essential workers in our county, are working hard to provide the essential services necessary to keep our community running. To learn more about the many ways the public can continue to conduct business with the Clerk’s office during the crisis, call us at (239) 252-2646, or visit our website, CollierClerk.com.

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