McClain County Commissioner Wilson Lyles has announced the courthouse, that has been closed since March 24, will reopen to the public starting Tuesday.
Visitors will be required to wear face masks and their temperature will be taken at the front door upon arrival.
“We are making it a requirement that no more than four visitors can be in any office at one time,” Lyles said.
The number of visitors in any one office will vary due to the square feet of space, county clerk Pam Beller said.
“Each office will have the number posted by their door,” Beller said.
Social distancing of standing at least six feet apart will be required.
“We appreciate people understanding and thank them for their patience in these difficult times,” the commissioner continued.
“We also request anyone that has felt ill to not visit the courthouse,” Lyles said. “We just want to keep everyone well and safe.”
For those residents who have court dates pending they should check with the court clerk’s office.