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COVID-19 UPDATES


Stay Home Order

On May 08, 2020 Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt signed Order No. 2020-8, extending the previous Stay Home Work Safe Order through June 15, 2020, unless terminated or modified by a subsequent order. Learn More


Offices and Lobbies are Closed

As of March 24th, the Travis County Clerk has closed all office lobbies in an effort to minimize face-to-face interaction due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All Divisions will conduct business via efile, mail, telephone or email during regular business hours. In case of an emergency, please call 512-854-9188 to setup an appointment. Learn More


Elections

Due to COVID-19 and proclamations from the Governor’s Office, the May 2, 2020 Uniform Election has been moved to the November 3, 2020 Uniform Election date. The May 26, 2020 primary runoff election has been moved to July 14, 2020.

Governor Abbott has issued a proclamation authorizing in person early voting to begin on Monday, June 29, 2020, and continue through Friday, July 10, 2020. The polls will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020 and Saturday, July 4, 2020, in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. Learn More


Civil

Effective March 16, 2020, the Travis County Civil and Family Courts are suspending in-person non-emergency hearings until at least May 11, 2020. This Order effectively includes all jury trials, all non-jury trials and all non-essential hearings in the family and civil courts. Learn More

Effective May 8, 2020, County Judge Sarah Eckhardt signed order 2020-9: Relating to Notices to Vacate, Eviction Proceedings in response to COVID-19, which is effective immediately until June 1, 2020, unless terminated or modified by a subsequent Order. Learn More


Probate

Effective March 13, 2020 all hearings at the Probate Court will be by video through Zoom or telephonically if video is unavailable. Until further order, there will be no in-person hearings for probate or guardianship matters held at the Probate Court. If you have a hearing that has been previously scheduled, the Court will contact you to confirm whether the hearing can be done by video through Zoom. Learn More

The Travis County Clerk maintains the county's records, administers elections, and oversees legal documentation (such as property deeds, marriage licenses and assumed name certificates).


Main Phone Line: (512) 854-9188 | 24 Hour Voter Hotline: (512) 238-VOTE (8683) | Election Division: (512) 854-4996 | Misdemeanor Division: (512) 854-9440