The Historic Courthouse is now open 8 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays, using social distancing and health guidelines. It is still preferable to do as much of your business online or by telephone as possible.
You may contact the following offices at these numbers:

HEALTH DEPT. - Call 466-2201 or visit web site.


COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE - Call 466-2638 or visit web site.

COLLECTOR'S OFFICE - Call 466-2410 or visit web site.

RECORDER'S OFFICE - 466-2670 or visit web site.

ASSESSOR'S OFFICE - Call 466-2831 or visit web site.

COUNTY COMMISSION - Call or leave message at 466-3666.



TREASURER'S OFFICE - Call 466-2662

PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE - Call 466-2846.

​We encourage you to follow Lawrence County Health Dept.'s Facebook page for COVID-19 related updates specific to Lawrence County.
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Deadline July 31 for second round of CARES applications

Deadline for the second round of applications for Lawrence County Coronavirus Relief Funds is Friday, July 31. The County Commission is accepting applications from nonprofits, churches and public/governmental entities for both reimbursements and advance approval projects. Details.

County distributes first round of funds; starts second application period for Coronavirus Relief Funds

(Lawrence County Commission, July 16, 2020; revised July 24, 2020) Lawrence County Commission has awarded 10 applicants a total of $160,000 in Phase 1 reimbursements for immediate costs related to the Coronavirus pandemic. It is now launching Phase 2, which is a combination of reimbursements and advance approvals for eligible costs from nonprofits, churches and public entities.

To date, the county has also expended $81,000 for public health and other related Coronavirus costs incurred by the county.

The money comes from a $4.49 million allocation from the federal government for immediate, necessary costs associated with the outbreak. Federal guidelines dictate how the money can be spent.

Besides public health, most of the initial spending has been for Lawrence County schools as they work to educate and provide meals to students during the closings, and to develop a safer environment for the return to classes.

Applications that were funded came from Aurora, Marionville, Miller, Mt. Vernon and Pierce City school districts; the cities of Aurora and Mt. Vernon; the Lawrence County Nursing Home District; the Lawrence County Board for the Developmentally Disabled; and the Barry-Lawrence Regional Library.

Deadline for the next round of applications is July 31. Details and criteria can be found at Questions can be directed to the county commission at 466-3666.

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Register to vote before Oct. 7. Absentee voting Sept. 22-Nov. 2

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Angel Tree gifts needed by Dec. 2

A Holiday Central angel tree can be found in the foyer of the Historic Courthouse. People can adopt an angel tag and return the purchased items and tag to the courthouse no later than Monday, Dec. 2, 2019.