HENDERSON, Ky. - In accordance with guidelines recently issued by Gov. Andy Beshear, some, but not all, offices of Henderson County Government will begin to reopen for in-person traffic starting next week.
In all the office reopenings described below, visitors will be asked to observe COVID19 social distancing guidelines as spelled out by the Centers for Disease Control and should also be prepared to put on a mask before interacting with a member of county staff or other members of the public. Observing CDC guidelines may result in longer waits for in-person services, so visitors are urged to be patient and courteous with staff members.
Monday, May 18:
Monday, June 1
Wednesday, July 1:
The offices of the Henderson County Judge-Executive, Treasurer and Occupational Tax Administrator have been open since the COVID19 emergency began and will remain open. Call (270) 826-3971 for more information.
The Henderson County Detention Center will keep in place until further notice its policies severely restricting visitors to the jail and other community service activities that may involve interaction with the public. Call (270) 827-5560 for more information.
Fiscal Court meetings will continue to be closed to the public until further notice, although the meetings will be broadcast on Facebook Live and then archived on YouTube.
For information about the reopening of the Henderson Judicial Center, including the driver’s license office, call (270) 826-2405.