Coronavirus surge prompts Madison County SO to close office for week


MADISON COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – The continued surge in coronavirus cases in Madison County — the county reported 110 cases Monday according to the state — has prompted the sheriff’s department to close its offices to in-person office activities for a week.

Due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, the Madison County Sheriff’s Office will be closed until November 30, 2020, the department said.

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For non-emergency deputy assistance, call Madison County 911 at 859-624-4776. In case of emergencies, dial 911.

Tax payments may be placed in the drop box on the wall outside of the sheriff’s office. Please include the tax bill, and phone number on the “correctly written check or money order.”