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Update from your Pike County Magistrate Court with Regard to COVID-19
By Guest Columnist Marcia Callaway-Ingram Chief Magistrate, Pike County Georgia

ZEBULON - Pike County Magistrate Court remains open for business (although closed to public walk-in), with adaptations to keep folks safe and flatten the curve of COVID-19. Rest assured that we are working hard at the State and local branches of government to keep up with the rapidly changing recommendations in this time of uncertainty. With all the information available to us, please know: WE ARE HERE! WE WILL TAKE CARE OF YOUR NEEDS AS QUICKLY, EFFICIENTLY AND SAFELY AS POSSIBLE UNDER THE CURRENT CIRCUMSTANCES.

We are providing the following options to serve you:

1. On-line: you may file and pay online, and in most cases file Answers as well. Visit our website at magistratepikega.com. and follow the link.


2. On the 2nd Floor of the Pike County Courthouse you may access our forms on-line in the Law Library (or take the form you need from the boxes to the right of the Magistrate Court Office door). From the Law Library, you may contact our clerk from the phone on the desk by dialing extension 204 with any questions you may have. There, you may complete and copy your document, and drop in the newly installed drop box next to the northwest corner of the Courthouse (across from the Sheriff’s Office, on the corner of Courthouse closest to Hwy 19 Southbound).


3. Call 770-567-2004 for screening and possible admission or appointment if you feel strongly that you need to talk to the Clerk in person.

-and remember-

As we continue to serve our Community by making ourselves available to hear emergency issues, and as the Courthouse remains open to the public, your chance of exposure may be increased by conducting your business in person. Thus, we are continuously looking for ways to serve you from a safe social distance.

Please be patient with us.

Click here to read the attached COVID-19 Entrance Questions for Pike County Magistrate Court (which includes some alternative to coming into the Magistrate Office in person).

Click here to read the latest Order Extending Declaration of Statewide Judicial Emergency from Chief Justice Melton.

Submitted 4.14.20