MERCER COUNTY, NJ -- Mercer County government offices began to reopen to the public on Monday, after more than six months of being closed during the ongoing COVID-10 (coronavirus) pandemic.
The various departments within the County government that will be open to the public, by appointment only include: home energy assistance; veterans services, planning, and others. The Mercer County Connection located on Route 33 in Hamilton will reopen on October 5, by appointment for passport services.
Visitors will have their temperatures taken before entering county buildings and must wear face masks that cover the nose and mouth.
For more information about visiting county departments and facilities, including hours of operation and contact information, CLICK HERE.
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