Offices closed to the public

by Island County 23rd March 2020


All Island County Sheriff's Offices closed to the public



Beginning Tuesday March 24, 2020, ICSO offices will be closed to the public until further notice. This includes fingerprinting services and the processing of Concealed Weapons Permits. Questions regarding records can be asked via telephone at 360-678-4422 or via e-mail at We will continue to take legal/civil papers for service using the following method.


A drop box will placed in the lobby outside the entrance to the Sheriff’s Office. All papers for civil/legal process need to be placed in an sealed envelope and left in the box along with appropriate fees. ONCE A DAY at the close of business, the paperwork will be removed for processing the following day. Questions regarding services fees should be directed to 360-678-4422.


This closure to the public is necessary at this time for the safety of our employees and the citizens of Island County.


The Deputies of the Island County Sheriff’s Office are here to serve the citizens of Island County, and we are committed to your safety. For your safety and ours, we are implementing a few changes as to how we responded during this evolving crisis.


To limit exposure, when at all possible, our deputies will be taking not in progress complaints and informational reports via telephone. We will continue respond to in progress and emergency calls in person.


We ask if you have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, or shortness of breath) or have recently been exposed please let our dispatchers know so we can take appropriate precautions when contacting you.


As always, for emergencies call 911, for non-emergency responses call the local dispatch numbers.

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Monday, 23rd March 2020, 02:57pm.
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