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Pinal County Response

The County is taking steps to follow recent guidelines issued by the CDC, Arizona Department of Health Services, and Pinal County Health and remains ready to adjust quickly if circumstances change. Following federal guidelines to limit or postpone large gatherings of 10 persons or more, the County has canceled all in-person, County-sponsored events until further notice. The public is welcome to continue checking the Pinal County website for updates.

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The County is taking proactive measures to help protect high-risk populations and reduce the risk of the spread of the virus. The County has canceled all programs, events, and gatherings at facilities.

Impacts to County Services

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In an effort to protect customers and staff, the ARIZONA@WORK Pinal County Business and Career Center located at 318 N. Florence Street in Casa Grande will be closed to the public starting on April 2. The center provides employment and training services - assisting individuals overcome barriers to employment and connecting them to available employment opportunities.
 
There are lists of resources available at arizonaatwork.com/locations/pinal-county/business-services azcommerce.com/covid-19/ azsbdc.net/

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Pinal County Environmental Health COVID-19 Information
 
Click here for more information.
 

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With some libraries still being closed having curbside only or fully open. Residents should contact their local library to find our more information. Library Locations  

Please take advantage of the online services. Please visit https://www.pinalcountyaz.gov/Library


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For current operations please click here for information.
 

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The Pinal County Recorder's Office records documents received in the mail, by electronic digital service for those that are already set up and counter service.  Voter registration services are also provided. 
 
The Pinal County Recorder's Office will continue to offer counter service at all Recorder's Office locations.  The public is encouraged to mail their documents for recording instead of coming into one of the Recorder's Offices.  The mailing address for all documents is P.O. Box 848, Florence, Arizona 85132.  E-recording services are not affected.
 
The fee to record a document is $30.00.  Checks and money orders must be made payable to the "Pinal County Recorder".  The office does NOT accept credit card numbers by mail or by telephone. 
 
Those wishing to register to vote have 3 options:
  • Go online to :ServiceArizona
  • Call the voter Registration Office at 520-866-6854 to have a voter registration form mailed to you
  • Come into one of the offices to obtain and complete a voter registration form.
Voter forms will be available in the lobby.  Staff will provide a depository for the forms.
 
The office strives to keep customers and employees safe. In-person recording and voter registration counters are regularly sanitized and staff observe the recommended social distancing protocols to protect the public health.

Customers with questions about recording documents in Pinal County may call 520-866-6830 or to locate one of the Pinal County Recorder’s Offices, go online to http://pinal.gov/recorder.

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PCSO is reinstating some of the previous restrictions we had in place due to the increase in COVID-19 cases throughout the state.

Our substation lobbies will again be closed to the public till further notice.  

The detention facility lobby will also be closed to the general public.  Anyone needing to do business at the jail, including self surrenders, and sex offender fingerprinting, will need to first report to our main station lobby (Building C).

Our substation locations and their corresponding phone numbers can be found here: https://bit.ly/2TYV4ie 


In addition, for low and medium priority calls, going forward you may be asked to complete your report over the phone. Expanding over-the-phone reports will help limit exposure to the public and for our deputies. For high priority calls, our deputies will still respond in person. Please call 911 for emergencies and 520-866-5111 for non-emergencies.


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