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Davison County Courthouse elevator to be out of service for two months

Elevator construction expected to take 8 to 10 weeks

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Due to repairs, the Davison County Courthouse elevator is currently out of service.

It's estimated that the elevator in the building will be out of service for the next two months.

For any individuals visiting the building, each office in the courthouse is making the public aware that it will provide assistance as necessary, including service at the courthouse door, parking lot or curbside.

Individuals should contact the following offices by phone for assistance:

  • Auditor – 995-8608: Voter information, liens, notarization
  • Treasurer – 995-8617: License plates, title changes, property taxes, passports
  • Register of deeds – 995-8616: Marriage licenses, birth & death certificates, property deeds
  • Assessor – 995-8613: Property assessments, owner occupied, tax exemptions
  • Emergency Management/Planning and Zoning – 995-8640 — Building permits, conditional use permits, variances
  • Clerk of Courts – 995-8105 (press option No. 1): Court-related matters

The elevator is believed to include original parts from when it first opened in 1937, but has frequently stalled out and stranded individuals in recent years.

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