Saginaw County has reopened its facilities to the public, effective immediately. The reopening comes after the Michigan Occupational Safety & Health Administration repealed its COVID workplace safety rules and regulations on June 22.
Those who already have appointments at the Saginaw County Governmental Center will be given preference over walk-in traffic. The County will also maintain the drop box outside of the Courthouse and continue to provide online services to conduct business.
At their regular session Tuesday, the Saginaw County Board of Commissioners repealed the Local State of Emergency, effective July 1. All public meetings will now be held in person at their designated locations.
Saginaw County Courts will be open to the public for certain hearings and will also continue to conduct some hearings via Zoom. Participants are advised to pay close attention to any notices from the court which will indicate whether a scheduled hearing will be in-person or via Zoom. If someone already has notice of a hearing to be conducted via Zoom, they should follow that listed date and time, unless they receive a different notice from the court.
Starting Monday, June 28, people may also report to Room 319 for walk-in criminal arraignments between the hours of 8:00 a.m and 11:00 a.m., and 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Commission on Aging plans to re-open select Senior Center locations for activities and the dining program on Monday July 12. For information regarding activities or to sign up for lunch, contact the center you wish to attend.