A juror who reported to our courthouse for jury duty on March 9 and March 12 has since tested positive for COVID-19. The juror was not assigned to a jury, but rather was released on March 12. It is not clear that this juror had symptoms of COVID-19 while in the courthouse. Out of an abundance of caution, anyone serving Jury Duty on those days and experiencing symptoms should call their primary care provider or the Anne Arundel County Health Department COVID-19 Health Line at 410-222-7256, Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 9 p.m., Saturday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marriage License Applications, Marriage Licenses and Marriage Ceremonies: the Clerk’s Office is unable to accept marriage license applications, issue new marriage licenses, or perform marriage ceremonies at this time.
Business Licenses: Applications are currently being mailed. Payment should be mailed in with the completed application. Current 2019 licenses do not expire until April 30th and applicants have until May 31st to renew without penalty.
Land Records Instruments: At this time, the Clerk’s Office is unable to accept land records instruments in-person. However, there are still two avenues to process land records instruments: hard copy recordings may be brought to the courthouse and placed in a drop box that has been set up near the entrance; and electronic filings through SimpliFile are still being processed.
Notary Public Oaths and Certifications – The Clerk’s Office is unable to process Notary Public oaths and certifications at this time.