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Posted on: April 24, 2020

Wright County Offices Remain Operational to Meet Resident Requests for Service

While the Wright County Government Center and other county facilities are closed to the public for services as the result of COVID-19-related precautions and statewide closure/social distancing orders, it doesn’t mean that the county can’t provide most of the services county residents require.

Departments have come up with ways of meeting resident needs while maintaining the guidelines set forth under the current state of emergency. The misconception that most services are not able to be provided is not accurate. Some, like renewing driver’s licenses (which require a photo to be taken on-site), are not able to be processed. But, the vast majority of services remain in operation and able to fulfill resident requests. All departments have employees that are answering the phones and those who are working remotely have their work phones hooked into their email accounts so they can receive missed calls from their office.

These are the phone numbers for all county departments and, if residents have questions concerning a specific service provided by that office or department, they can be reached at these numbers.

Administration (763) 682-7378

Assessor (763) 682-7367

Attorney (763) 682-7340/(800) 362-3667

Auditor/Treasurer (763) 682-7578

Court Administration (763) 682-7539

Court Service/Probation (763) 682-7308

Extension (763) 682-7394

Highway (763) 682-7383

Heath and Human Services (763) 682-7414

Information Technology (763) 682-7315

Law Library (763) 682-7592

License Bureau (763) 682-7598

Parks and Recreation (763) 682-7693

Planning and Zoning (763) 682-7338

Recorder (763) 682-7357

Sheriff (763) 682-7622

Surveyor (763) 682-7691

Veteran Services (763) 682-7325

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