The Onslow County Register of Deeds office will be temporarily moved for a couple months, but officials say it won’t affect efficiency.
Due to construction at the Onslow County Courthouse, the office will be moved to the Onslow County Government Center beginning Nov. 14.
“We’re still going to wait on the public here with no interruptions of service,” Becky Pollard, Onslow County register of deeds, said. The office will be located at the Summersill Building on Nov. 14 and open up on Nov. 15 at the government building, she said.
According to a public notice released by the Register of Deeds Office, the office will move back to the Courthouse by Jan. 9, 2017, or “a date deemed necessary by the Board of Commissioners.”
“They’re adding on to the Summersill building and they’re making a new section of it for the Clerk of Court and some of the judges,” Pollard said, adding that they have to move temporarily because construction will consist of tearing down the wall with the windows and putting some poles in her office.
The Register of Deeds Office will be located at the Onslow County Government Center, 234 NW Corridor Blvd. in Jacksonville in Room 111.
“Our phone number stays the same. Our address we’re keeping the same,” Pollard said. “Nothing’s changing other than that.”