Masks Added to COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols for Staff and the Public within Pike County Government Facilities New On-Site Office Hours Begin April 13
PIKE COUNTY, PA – As the Pike County Commissioners continue to implement health and safety protocols due to the (Coronavirus) COVID-19 crisis, members of the public are now encouraged to wear masks, to cover their mouths and noses, at all times while transacting essential business within county facilities.
County employees are also encouraged to wear masks while interacting with the public and while moving through county facilities.
These proactive measures are based on recommendations from the PA Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control.
Social distancing, hygiene, and disinfection measures remain in place.
As of Monday, April 13, several county facilities are under new hours. The Administration Building at 506 Broad Street, in Milford; the Prothonotary’s Office in the Pike County Courthouse at 412 Broad Street, in Milford; and the Community Planning Office and Workforce Development Agency at 837 Route 6, in Shohola will operate on-site from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. by appointment only for essential business, Monday through Friday. Service beyond on-site hours will be by telephone and email only.
The public should call the specific department or office in advance of visiting any of these facilities during on-site hours, or after 12:30 p.m. Visit www.PikePA.org for contact information.
For information about Court-related business, members of the public should contact the Court Administrator at (570) 296 3556.