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 WarningAccessing Services During COVID-19 Suspension

As of July 25, all customers and employees must wear a cloth face covering when in County facilities, per the State of Minnesota order. For more information, visit the Minnesota Department of Health's webpage: Frequently Asked Questions About the Requirement to Wear Face Coverings.  

Starting May 4, Carver County launched its Phase I reopening. The phased plan allows increased access to some services. While County buildings remain closed, certain services are available by appointment only when the service necessitates an in-person appointment.

Examples of services available by appointment during the phased reopening include:

  • Services for which online or over-the-phone service solutions don’t exist
  • Certain complex transactions
  • Resident lacks online access

When in-person appointments are necessary, customers and County employees need to continue practicing physical distancing during these interactions. The County needs customers to wear cloth face coverings during these transactions, as the County requires employees to wear them to protect residents.

Many County services remain accessible virtually, either online or over the phone, which continue as the preferred method of service. Below are how residents and business partners can access our services during this Phase I reopening.

County essential services such as law enforcement, 911 Dispatch and jail services remain fully operational.

Assessor’s Office
Attorney's Office
Building Permits/Land Management
Elections & Licensing
Environmental Services
Health and Human Services
Land Records & Vitals
Library
License Center
Property Tax
Public Works & Parks
Veteran Services