APPOINTMENTS WILL BE HANDLED AT THE WEST DOOR OF THE COURTHOUSE ONLY AND OUTSIDE THE FRONT DOOR OF THE ANNEX. YOU ARE TO CALL AND MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH OFFICES.
Courthouse entrances will be unlocked on regularly scheduled meeting dates from 8:30 am until the conclusion of all scheduled meetings. Interior offices will continue to be closed to the public.
WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO FOLLOW THE CDC FOR ALL RECOMMENDATIONS ON HOW TO HANDLE COVID-19, INCLUDING SOCIAL DISTANCING AND REGULAR HAND WASHING.
THE MARSHALL COUNTY COURTHOUSE AND ANNEX WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC EFFECTIVE 12:01 A.M. MARCH 26, 2020. TO CONDUCT EMERGENCY BUSINESS IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
The Emergency Management Director's Office
The Marshall County Emergency Management was put into place to minimize the effects of attack and technological or natural disasters upon the people by preparing, implementing and exercising preparedness plans. Emergency Management also assists cities within the County with training for and mitigation of disasters and by coordinating actual disaster response/recovery operations. This agency is also responsible for county wide storm spotting, tornado alerting, flood watches, road closings and the clean up of hazardous material spills. Director Robert Chaney and Deputy Director Daniel Nixon head up this office, while many volunteers assist when and where needed.
Some content may be extracted from OSU Cooperative Extension Fact Sheet AGEC-802 and/or the County Training Program website. More complete information is available from these sources.