St. Tammany Parish President, Mike Cooper announced that St. Tammany Parish Government buildings will officially reopen to the public today at 8 a.m.
All visitors will undergo COVID-19 screenings and will be required to wear a mask when inside Parish buildings, in addition to while visiting Parish-owned playgrounds like the Kids Konnection and the playground at Camp Salmen Nature Park, in keeping with the mask mandate.
Parish Government employees will resume on-campus work at full occupancy. Parish-run litter abatement crews utilizing staff working to fulfill Community Service obligations will continue but with increased capacity. The Department of Animal Services will welcome volunteers back to the Shelter. While appointments are no longer required to complete Parish business, they are recommended.
In the St. Tammany Parish Justice Center the 22nd Judicial Courts everyone is required to wear a mask before entering. Members of the public who are noticed with a scheduled in-person Court appearance or have an appointment with an agency located in the Courthouse will be admitted. No children will be allowed to enter the Courthouse except as pre-approved by the Judge of the division or the agency permitting them access to their office.
The St. Tammany Parish Assessor’s Office remains open to the Public by Appointment only. Citizens can visit STPAO.org, to make an appointment or they can call at (985) 809-8180.