Harris County clerk reinstates walk-in services due to lowered COVID-19 threat level

Teneshia Hudspeth is currently serving as Harris County Clerk. (Teneshia Hudspeth)

HOUSTON – Walk-in services at the Harris County Clerk’s Office have been reinstated at all 11 locations now that the COVID-19 threat level has been lowered to Level 3-Yellow. According to the county’s guidance, Level 3 signifies a moderate, but controlled level of COVID-19 in Harris County.

“Last January, our office reinstated by appointment services when the threat level was elevated to Level 1-Red and restricted walk-ins,” said Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth. “Currently, all previously set appointments will be honored, but if clients want to come in at an earlier date, they can, they just need to let the attending clerk know about the change.”

Appointments for filing Maps/Condos and Acknowledgment of Paternity are still required. Click here for more information.

“We are grateful for everyone’s patience and cooperation during these trying times,” added Hudspeth. “Our office will continue to follow health and safety guidance through the duration of the Coronavirus pandemic to protect the public and our staff.”

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