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Posted on: April 13, 2020

Recorder's Office Lifts Suspension on Issuance of Marriage License Requests

Much of the Wright County Government Center remains closed to the public at department and office counters, but the county is finding ways to get the services provided to the public that are needed.

One such change has come to the Wright County Recorder’s Office. Today, Recorder Tanya West announced that she has lifted the suspension of the Issuance of Marriage Licenses for Wright County residents.

The change was made possible by the Government Center maintenance staff working behind the scenes to build a standup workstation outside the recorder’s office (Room 210) that has a germ shield like the ones that have been installed in many grocery store checkout aisles.

 The processing of the Issuance of Marriage Licenses will be by timed appointment only to reduce traffic in the area and abide with social distancing protocol. To make an appointment, call the recorder’s office at (763) 682-7355 or email to mary.cogley@co.wright.mn.us with the date of the marriage and the office will send out further instructions.

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