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Public Access is Closed to Most County Facilities Due to COVID-19.

In response to Governor Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, Thurston County has moved to an essential services model, in effect through Monday, April 6, 2020. Courts and other elected offices may operate under different hours or restrictions.

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Directory of County Departments COVID-19 closing status

We are the mapping folks, but we often get general questions from the public.

Thurston County Departments and Offices have made adjustments to their public availability to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

The following information has been compiled and updated as of (3/26/2020 8am) using information directly from the listed department’s websites and the main Thurston County website

While we have compiled this information so that it is easy to find, please be aware that these situations are rapidly changing and the information you see here may not be the most current. Please contact the department you wish to reach directly for additional guidance and visit their website for the most current updates.

We will try to keep this page updated as the COVID-19 closures around the County become official.

  • All Offices:
    • Thurston County Public Access is Closed to All County Facilities.
      • Some Courts and Other Offices May Operate Under Different Restrictions
      • Check with each Departments on how to best communicate with staff.

  • Assessor’s Office:
  • Auditor’s Office:
  • Building Development Center:
  • Clerk’s Office:
  • District Court:
    • The District Court has changed operations.
      • Please do not come to court if you are sick or caring for a sick family/household member. Speak with your attorney or call the court to reschedule your court date.
      • Many hearings have been suspended, contact your attorney for further instructions.
      • Traffic tickets can managed and paid online.
      • Petitions for protection or anti-harassments orders can be completed online.
      • Notices of small claims and petitions for name changes are being accepted via mail, but will not be filed at this time.

  • Public Health and Social Services:
    • The Public Health and Social Services is closed to the public.
      • Many services are available by phone, email, or through alternative arrangements.
      • Please check the website as updates will be posted as more information becomes available.

  • Sheriff’s Office:
    • The Sheriff’s Office is closed to the public for the remainder of the month. The closure should remain in effect through Friday, April 3, 2020.
      • TCSO will continue to provide essential services to provide safety for our community.
      • TCSO deputies will continue to respond to all priority calls and will continue serving our community.

  • Superior Court:
    • The Superior Court will operate reduced hours at Main Campus, Monday-Friday 8:30am-12:00pm, and Family and Juvenile Court, Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-4:00pm
      • Please visit the website for more specific information regarding the Court’s Operations during this public health emergency.

  • Treasurer’s Office:
    • The Treasurer’s Office is closed to the public.
      • They are available by phone, email, or mail. There may be longer than normal wait times.

  • Other updates: