(850) 482-9633

2864 Madison St,
Marianna, FL 32448


The Jackson County Board of County Commissioners will begin a phased approach to reopening County offices, beginning Monday, May 11, 2020. The offices reopening to public access on May 11 are limited to the Administration office (which houses Human Resources, IT, Facilities, Purchasing, and Utilities) on Madison Street in Marianna, the Recycling office on Wiley Drive in Marianna, the AG Extension office on Penn Avenue in Marianna, and the Emergency Operations Center (which houses Emergency Management, Road and Bridge, and Fire Rescue administrative offices) on Panhandle Road in Marianna.

County staff will continue to encourage the public to utilize County services via internet, phone, or email and to maintain social distancing protocols when in the office. The public may be asked to set appointments with staff to assist with controlling the flow of traffic and the number of people in each office.

The Veterans Services office, Community Development, and the Tourist Development Council will continue to have limited public access and will be operating on an appointment only basis for the time being. The County Jail and the Library will remain closed to public access until further notice.

Jackson County Constitutional offices are also addressing reopening procedures at this time. The following offices have provided information about their current status:

Supervisor of Elections

Open to the public beginning May 11, 2020. To ensure social distancing measures are met, 2-4 individuals will be permitted in the office at a time.

Property Appraiser

Open to the public. To ensure social distancing measures are met, 2 individuals will be permitted in the office at a time. Masks are encouraged for the health and safety of staff and customers. Please call 850-482-9646 before visiting the office so that staff can acquire information to pre-prepare for transactions.
Clerk of Court: Open to the public. Customers are asked to use the East or South entrance of the Clerk’s Office to ensure transactions take place in the offices utilizing
staff screens.

Tax Collector

Open to the public. Customers are asked to bring their personal facial covering or mask when visiting the office in the courthouse or the driver’s license offices and to ensure social distancing measures are met, 4 individuals are allowed in the lobby at a time. The West entrance of the courthouse is used for walk-in customers. The North entrance is closed at this time as it is being used as a call center and mail distribution center. Concealed Weapon permits are being issued at this time and the driving tests are being given by appointment only.