Until further notice, the Plymouth County Courthouse and
Annex Building will be closed to the public for entrance
into the building beginning at noon on Thursday, March
of the county government services can be conducted with
Plymouth County online.
For a full list of services available to you
online please visit:
County Department email addresses are also
available on the county website.
residents are unable to complete county business online,
please contact any of the County Offices via telephone
and staff will be happy to assist. Please use the mail
system to send payments and documents if at all
There is a drop box in the north lower vestibule of the
Courthouse that is available. The north lower vestibule
will be open from 8 am to 5 pm for access to the secure
drop box and monitored by security at all times.
as a last resort, residents need to conduct essential
county business in person at the Plymouth County
Courthouse or Annex building, please call or email the
respective department, and arrangements for an
appointment may possibly be made.
Although, closing the courthouse to the public is an
unprecedented decision, all residents must work together
as a whole community to protect those most vulnerable to
this outbreak and take all precautions possible to slow
the spread in our communities.
Thank you for making these necessary
County Office Directory:
IT and GIS:
(CLOSED) 546-1663 D.
Affairs: 546-7090 Clerk of Courts: 546-4215
Juvenile Court: 546-1642
Due to the
concerns of COVID-19 the Assessor’s office will be doing
informal protests of 2020 assessed values over the phone
as all Courthouse offices remain closed to the public.
Informal protest appeals will be accepted from
April 2 through April 25.
You may also do a formal protest to the Board of
Review from April 2 through April 30.
As of now, the Board of Review will meet on May 1
to begin hearing formal protests.
That date is subject to change depending on
information we may receive from the Department of
will email, fax, or mail out an Informal Protest Form or
Board of Review Protest Form.
You may also obtain each form by going to the
County Driver’s License
County Driver’s License station will be closed until further
notice in an effort to slow the spread of Covid19.
The IDPH and CDC have identified public spaces and group
gatherings as potential transmission points for Covid19.
Plymouth County Treasurer
Shelly Sitzmann, and the Plymouth County Board of Supervisors
believe that the safety of all Plymouth County residents as well
as County staff should be first priority.
County’s Driver’s License station will be closed.
We apologize for the inconvenience.