In a further effort to protect the public and county staff from the COVID-19 virus, the Kenosha County Administration Building is now closed to the public 24/7, the building’s elected officials announced today.
Some services from the county clerk’s, treasurer’s and register of deeds’ offices remain available by phone or online.
This includes issuance of marriage licenses, which County Clerk Regi Bachochin’s office is continuing to offer by appointment only, for Kenosha County residents only. For more information, please call 262-653-2552 or send an email to [email protected].
County Treasurer Teri Jacobson’s office is continuing to accept tax payments by mail or online at https://kenoshacounty.org/589/Treasurer. For more information, please contact the office at 262-653-2542 or at [email protected].
Register of Deeds JoEllyn Storz’s office is continuing to record documents and handle applications submitted through the mail and online through VitalCheck. For more information about accessing records by mail or online, please call 262-653-2444 or visit https://www.kenoshacounty.org/522/Register-of-Deeds.
The elected officials’ satellite office at the Kenosha County Center in Bristol also remains closed.