Safe Steps to Protect Health

Message 1 Protect Health

Facemasks help limit the spread of the coronavirus and are required for everyone coming into the courthouse. Steps2SafeCourts.org

Message 2 Distance

Take safe steps to stay at least 6 feet apart, even as you approach the courthouse. It helps limit the spread of the coronavirus and is required in all public areas. Steps2SafeCourts.org 

Message 3 Clean

Common surfaces in courtrooms and elsewhere in the courthouse are disinfected regularly as one step to help limit the spread of the coronavirus. Steps2SafeCourts.org

Message 4 Stay Home

Take the smart step and stay put. If you have symptoms, or have been in contact with someone who’s tested positive for COVID-19, please stay at home. Don’t come to the courthouse. Steps2SafeCourts.org

Message 5 Allow Courts to Work

Please follow the safe steps contained in new guidelines so the business of your courts can continue.   Steps2SafeCourts.org

Message 6 Fever Check

Safe steps back to limited contact in our court facilities includes a few questions to limit risk of spreading infectious diseases. Steps2SafeCourts.org

Message 7 Expand Operations

With every step we take to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, the sooner your courts and clerks return to full operation. Thank you for your help getting us fully back to the business of justice. Steps2SafeCourts.org

Message 9 Access

Your cooperation with health and safety steps at the courthouse helps ensure access to justice for everyone. Steps2SafeCourts.org