Geneva County has joined state and federal governments in declaring an emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To combat the spread of the virus, the County Commission has closed all county offices to the public through April 5.

According to Geneva County Probate Judge Toby Seay, all employees will continue to work; however, business will be conducted online or by phone.

To renew tags online, mail and by phone:

» Online renewals: Geneva County residents can renew their tag online at www.genevacountyal.gov; under departments select the probate tab, then the tag renewal icon.

» Mail renewals: Renewals can be mailed to P.O. Box 430 Geneva, AL 36340.

» Phone renewals: Residents can renew by calling 334-684-5644, 334-684-5645, 334-684-5643 or 334-684-5642.

If paying online and you do not have your mail-in card for your record number, contact the Geneva County Probate Office and a staff member will assist you. If paying by phone, residents will need to provide a debit or credit card for payment.

The $5 tag mail-in fee is being waived until April 30. No penalties will be levied for March renewals until after April 15.

Seay said all in-person court proceedings through April 16, with the exception of those related to emergency mental-health orders or the protection of the elderly or vulnerable people, are canceled until further notice.

For the latest information available on COVID-19 visit www.dothan eagle.com/coronavirus.

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