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County Closures and Other Operational Changes

(Last updated May 1, 2020 at 1:30 pm)

  • The Boone County Electronics Recycling program is CLOSED until further notice
  • The Boone County Highway Department is CLOSED to the general public (except by appointment)
  • The Boone County Public Defender's Office is CLOSED to the public until further notice. They are available by phone or email
  • The Animal Services facility is CLOSED to the public until further notice. Please call 815-547-7774 for more information
  • The Boone County Administration Campus is CLOSED to the general public until further notice, but operations will continue. Please call or email specific Departments for more information. April 28th Press Release (English)     Spanish
  • The Boone County Sheriff's Office announced limited and modified operations on March 18, 2020. Boone County Sheriff's Office modified operations press release (3-18-2020)
  • The Boone County Health Department is CLOSED to the general public. See the attached Press Release for more information about specific services. April 29th Press Release
  • Refer to the 17th Judicial Circuit Court's website for up-to-date information regarding Court Operations
  • The Boone County Board approved a Disaster Proclamation on March 18, 2020
  • Boone County Public Transportation: Limited public transportation is available for essential trips. Call the Boone County Council on Aging at 815-975-9095 for more information
  • All public meetings will have a remote option. Remote attendance is strongly recommended. Call the County Administration Office at 815-547-4770 for information on how to attend remotely. County Board members and members of the public have the option to attend meetings in person. Strict social distancing protocols will be enforced