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Posted on: September 9, 2020

Madison County Visitor Policies and Procedures

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MADISON COUNTY POLICIES AND PROCEDURES


SUBJECT: 

Visitors and Public Access to Madison County Office Buildings and Indoor Facilities

ISSUED:

September 8, 2020

PURPOSE:

  • To comply with social distancing and health monitoring requirements set forth by the Governor of New York State and/or the Madison County Board of Supervisors in an effort to combat the COVID-19 Pandemic.

GENERAL POLICY:

Madison County buildings and indoor facilities which are used as a primary workplace for Madison County employees are temporarily closed to visitors and members of the public with the following exceptions:

  • Visitors and members of the public who have a scheduled appointment with the Department of Motor Vehicles or who have been notified by the Department of Motor Vehicles that their paperwork has been processed and is ready for pick-up. To make a DMV appointment click here.

  • Visitors and members of the public who have a scheduled appointment with any other county official, employee or department.
    • Visitors and members of the public must present themselves at building security checkpoint and identify the person/department that they are visiting.
    • Building security staff will verify the appointment with the person/department prior to allowing the visitor/public member to proceed.
  • Members of the public seeking to vote during advertised early voting times.

  • Walk-in visitors and members of the public who are escorted in by a county employee or official (building security screening must still be followed).

All visitors will be subject to COVID-19 health screening prior to entry.  Offices hours for appointments will be set for 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM unless variations are required by law or department operational requirements.

EFFECTIVE:

This policy is effective immediately and will remain in effect until such time that the Board of Supervisors deems it no longer necessary to combat and limit the spread of COVID-19.

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