Pike County government facilities to limit public access

Milford. Only essential business will be conducted under restricted on-site hours.

| 09 Dec 2020 | 04:34

To protect the public and county employees during the current spike in Covid-19 cases, Pike County government facilities will limit on-site public access to 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, by appointment only, for essential business. This schedule will go into effect on Monday, Dec. 14.

County staff and the public must wear masks to cover their mouths and noses at all times while transacting essential business inside county facilities.

The public should conduct non-essential county business online, by telephone, or by email. Visit pikepa.org/Online for a list of county business that can be conducted online or by phone. Otherwise, call the specific department or office in advance of visiting any of these facilities during on-site hours (please see sidebar).

The following facilities will be affected:
Administration Building, 506 Broad St., Milford
Area Agency on Aging, 150 Pike County Boulevard, Hawley
Conservation District, 556 Route 402, Blooming Grove
Community Planning and Workforce Development Offices, 837 Route 6, Shohola
Public Defender’s Office, 102 East John Street, Milford
Training Center,135 Pike County Boulevard, Lords Valley
Office numbers:
Area Agency on Aging : 570-775- 5550
Assessment: 570-296-5936
Board of Elections: 570-296-3426
Children & Youth Services: 570-296-3446
District Attorney: 570-296-3482
Finance: 570-296-3538
Commissioners Office: 570-296-7613
Community Planning: 570-296-3500
Mapping/ GIS: 570-296-3420
Penn State Extension: 570-296-3400
Prothonotary: 570-296-7231
Public Defender: 570-296-5266
Recorder of Deeds: 570-296-3508
Tax Claim: 570-296-3407
Transportation: 570-296-3408
Treasurer: 570-296-3441
Veterans Services: 570-296-3563 or 570-352-8213 (cell)
Workforce Development: 570-296-2909