St. Louis County Public Health and Human Services has launched a new help line. Call 218-336-HELP (336-4357) to learn about community resources that are available near you. Phones are answered Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
All St. Louis County buildings are closed to the public.
Citizens can continue to access county services by phone, email and online. Additionally, secure drop boxes have been placed outside the main entrance of each county building for customers to leave paperwork and payments for any transactions. Receipts and final documents from the county will be sent via mail.
Map of county facilities and remote services available
St. Louis County Courthouses in Duluth, Hibbing and Virginia: closed to the public. The Courts continue to hold certain hearings as needed, but participants in those hearings will be provided instructions by the court on how to access the court house.
The St. Louis County Recorder's Office offers limited drive-up services from its office at the Courthouse in Duluth. Visit the Public Recorder's page for further information.
The St. Louis County Auditor's Office offers curbside appointments for any candidates filing for office. The filing period is May 19-June 2. Candidates also may file by mail or by using the secure drop box outside the Courthouse in Duluth.
Government Services Centers in Duluth, Virginia and Ely, and the Hibbing Annex building are closed to the public.
The Auditor's Service Center at the Mall is closed to the public, but has a secure drop box for people to leave any paperwork and payments. For transactions involving license tabs and DNR license purchases, those items will be mailed to the individual after payment is processed.
All Public Works facilities are closed to the public.
The AP Cook building in Duluth is closed to the public.
The Public Safety Building in Duluth is closed to the public.
Environmental Services facilities, including the landfill, transfer stations and solid waste drop off sites remain open. The Household Hazardous Waste drop off sites are closed until further notice. Citizens are asked to hold on to any household hazardous waste, until the sites re-open, to ensure safe and proper disposal.