CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Nueces County Courthouse is preparing for more visitors now that stay-at-home orders are more relaxed across the state.
Several of the County Clerk's departments have reopened after closing for two months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents are able to conduct in-person business and receive help with services like deeds, birth certificates and marriage licenses.
The Treasury Office where you can make payments and pay court costs and fines is also open as is the elections office. However, the County Clerk's Robstown office and the Records Room are still closed to the public.
The County still encourages residents to continue using online services.