Public ​services during COVID-19

COVID-19 virus imageWe know that the people of Sacramento County depend on our services and programs, and we are working to make sure essential needs for all residents are met.  In an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the community, some County departments have closed or limited access to public counters and buildings, and implemented options like online appointments and other remote services to allow for our employees to take care of their family needs while continuing to meet essential community need.

We ask for your patience as we adjust our operations in response to this situation.

See list of County departments and their operating schedule here.

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Stay safe and healthy!

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