County Services Impacted by COVID-19
Maricopa County cares about the health of our customers, employees and the community. We are encouraging customers to conduct their business online when possible.
Below you can find a list of county services and department operations that are being impacted by COVID-19, and what’s being done to provide the most optimal customer service given the circumstances.
All permitting customer intake counters are closed. Please see department details below.
The Air Quality Department is offering select permit applications electronically, a physical dropbox for paper permit applications, and an online option for paying permit fees.
Visit the Air Quality Permitting Page for Details >
The Environmental Services Department is offering a virtual counter and a physical drop-box for paper permit applications.
Visit the Environmental Services Virtual Counter for Details >
Flood Control District
The Flood Control District Department is offering permitting services electronically.
Visit the Flood Control Permitting Page for Details >
Planning & Development
The Planning & Development Department is offering a virtual counter and a physical drop-box for paper permit applications and plans.
Visit the Planning & Development Virtual Counter for Details >
The Transportation Department is offering permitting services over the phone and online.
Visit the Department of Transportation Permitting Page for Details >
The West Valley and Mesa immunization clinics are closed until further notice. The Central clinic will remain open.
Even though WIC is not seeing clients in person, they are doing all appointments online or over the phone. If you already have an appointment, a WIC representative will be contacting you with information on how to complete your appointment over the phone or online. Request a WIC appointment here.
For all other questions please email your WIC clinic.
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Maricopa County Attorney’s Office
The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office is taking steps to reduce community spread of COVID-19.
View the Press Release for Details >
Maricopa County Justice Courts
The Maricopa County Justice Courts announced they would take the precautionary step of eliminating almost all in-person proceedings beginning Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
View the Press Release for Details >
Maricopa County Superior Court
The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is committed to maintaining access to Branch services while keeping litigants, probationers, staff, and the public safe during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
View the Latest Information and Department Updates >
Maricopa County Correctional Health Services
Maricopa County Correctional Health Services is following the precautions recommended by the Maricopa County Department of Public Health in order to mitigate any potential spread of COVID-19.
View the Precautions Being Taken >
Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office
Animal Care & Control
Animal Care & Control continues to try and limit the numbers of people moving through the shelters while saving the same number of animals. Adoptions and fostering services are by appointment only.
Visit Animal Care & Control for Adoption Events and More Details >
Overall, the Human Services Department will continue to make services available, but modifications are being made to protect residents and employees in order to limit the spread of COVID-19.
View the Department’s Response to COVID-19 for Details >
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