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News Release

Post Date:03/17/2020 4:26 PM

The Brazoria County Courthouse and all annexes will remain open, with reduced staff, due to the continuing health and safety concerns surrounding COVID-19. Brazoria County takes the safety and well-being of our employees and residents very seriously there for each county department will be working at reduced staff to help with social distancing.  We are asking resident to take advantage of our online services to limit exposure to our employees and others.  Please visit the Brazoria County website, www.brazoriacountytx.gov, to see if the business you have with the County can be done online, by email or by regular mail.

The Brazoria County libraries are closed to the public. E-books, audiobooks, streaming media, and digital resources are available 24/7 online. You can find these resources at http://bcls.lib.tx.us under the Ebranch tab. The Brazoria County Historical Museum is also closed to the public.

The COVID-19 outbreak guidelines continue to evolve. The County is making every effort to stay abreast with the latest information and to pass that information on to our residents.  Please keep checking the Brazoria County website, Facebook page, Instagram page and Twitter page.

 

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