Nassau County Elected Officials and Govt Offices to hold “Recovery Information Fair” – May 6 & 8

May 5, 2020

Nassau County Elected Officials to Conduct “Recovery Information Fair” Wednesday, Friday

Nassau County elected officials and numerous government offices will hold a “Recovery Information Fair” twice this week to provide information and limited services at two locations in the county; the first on Wednesday at the open-air exhibition space at the fairgrounds in Callahan, and the second on Friday at Yulee Middle School. Both events will be open for residents of Nassau County to get answers from local officials as the State of Florida begins Phase I of the recovery process. The Recovery Information Fairs will operate between 9 am and 12 noon both Wednesday and Friday.
Several offices will be prepared to provide limited services that have been otherwise unavailable to residents without access to on-line services during the pandemic.
In addition, representatives from the Nassau County Emergency Management office will again hand out a limited number of cloth masks to residents who otherwise don’t have a mask to wear in public.

Here is the list of the constitutional and county offices that will be available at both locations this week:

• Nassau County Clerk of the Courts
• Nassau County School District
• Nassau County Property Appraiser
Assisting with late-filing exemptions for:
First Responders
Deployed Military
Religious or Charitable Organizations
• Nassau County Supervisor of Elections
Assisting with:
Requests for vote-by-mail ballots
Updating voter registration
Updating voter signatures
• Florida Department of Health-Nassau County
• Nassau County Sheriff’s Office including Sheriff Bill Leeper
• Nassau County Emergency Management
• Nassau County Board of County Commissioners and departments
• Amelia Island Tourist Development Council
• The Town of Callahan
• The Town of Hilliard

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