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Download Printable (PDF) Version of Frequently Used Jackson County Services/Offices (PDF - updated 4/20/2020)For More COVID-19 Related County Service Information
FREQUENTLY USED JACKSON COUNTY SERVICES/OFFICES (UPDATED 4/20/2020 - to be updated again on 4/27/2020)
Please be aware that most of our offices are closed to the public, those open are doing so for the purpose of providing NECESSARY SERVICES ONLY. Therefore, to reduce the risk of anyone (employees/public) from transmitting COVID-19, we are asking that you contact departments via phone before visiting to determine if and how your business can be done over the phone or online. In addition, depending on traffic flow and new information regarding COVID-19, some offices hours/available services could change before updated information is posted.
Animal Shelter – 228-497-6350 – Closed to public
Chancery Offices (Chancery Court, Land Records, Archives) – See numbers below
Circuit Clerk – 228-769-3040 – Office closed to public
Planning Department – 228-769-3056 (Pascagoula) or 228-818-1890 (Ocean Springs)
Tax Assessor’s Office – 228-769-3070 (Pascagoula) – Offices are closed to the public
Tax Collector’s Office – 228-769-3074 (Pascagoula) – Office closed noon- 1p.m.
Landfill and Roadside Rubbish Pick-up – 228-872-8340 - Office closed to public
RECREATIONAL & COMMUNITY FACILITIES CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC THROUGH MAY 4
COURT RELATED INFORMATION
If you have a case pending and have an attorney, contact your attorney for updates regarding changes to court dates. Otherwise, please contact the relevant court if you have not already been contacted.
* Orders and forms are posted online
OTHER FREQUENTLY USED COUNTY OFFICES - These offices are still providing services, however their buildings/offices are not open to the public, contact as noted
The Jackson County Board of Supervisors, along with the Office of Emergency Services, and County Administrator office, continue to work closely with other cities, counties, and health related agencies within the County and State to make the best decisions regarding necessary precautions and future actions based on current information.
It is extremely important that everyone follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the MS Department of Health to reduce the chances of transmitting the virus.
Beginning Thursday, March 19, the County began operating with limited staffing by utilizing flexible schedules in an effort to minimize the interaction and risk of transmitting COVID -19 between employees and members of the public. Specific schedules for the most frequently used County Departments can be viewed by opening the above link. Most of our offices, including those not listed, are only being handled via phone or email so individuals are encouraged to call the office they are trying to reach before going in person as many services can be handled online or over the phone. In addition, available in-person services may, and will most likely, change as we receive more information about COVID-19.
We are continuing to take steps to keep our facilities clean and limit person-to-person contact as much as possible in an effort to keep everyone safe.
The County is also asking residents to help us in these efforts by doing the following if you HAVE to come into our offices: