June 1, 2020
WALTON COUNTY, Fla— Walton County Sheriff’s Office is reopening lobbies in all administrative locations in the county beginning Monday, June 1st.
Seating in the lobbies has been limited to four chairs and hand sanitizer stations have been placed in convenient locations throughout the space. In addition, stickers have been placed on the floor in each lobby to allow for proper physical distancing while we work to serve you. Each lobby is thoroughly cleaned and sanitized throughout the day and at the end of each business day.
For those who wish to wear a mask while doing business at our administrative offices, disposable masks will be provided (one per person).
Lobby locations to reopen today include:
- 752 Triple G Road, DeFuniak Springs – Evidence, Filing Reports, Lost/Found Property.
- S. 10th Street, DeFuniak Springs – Public records, District Lieutenant’s Office.
- 133 Sheriff Drive, Santa Rosa Beach – Fingerprinting, Filing Reports, District Lieutenant’s Office.
The Freeport Substation will remain closed at this time.
The Walton County Jail Lobby will remain closed while undergoing remodeling.
The Walton County Animal Shelter lobby remains closed. If you need to pick up a lost or adopted pet, please call the Walton County Animal Shelter to set up an appointment by calling (850)-892-8758 Tuesday through Saturday 9 AM – 4 PM. Upon arrival for an appointment, a shelter representative will provide entrance to the facility.
Walton County Fire Rescue Stations remain closed to the public with the exception of emergency walk-ups.
Walton County Sheriff’s Office is committed to continuing to serve the public in a safe and thoughtful manner with our resident’s and visitor’s best interest in mind. We are excited to see you and meet any needs you may have while ensuring your peace of mind.