The Republican National Convention arrives in Cleveland starting July 18. While plans are still being finalized, the city is encouraging people to stay away from downtown if they don’t need to be there.
As a result, many of its departments are trying to find ways to ensure residents can still get the help they need.
Friday, newsnet5.com learned the Clerk of Courts staff plans to remain available around the clock in two locations to help people address their needs. That office handles bonds as well as traffic violations.
People who are trying to pay their tickets during the Republican National Convention can still go to the Justice Center, but Clerk of Courts Earle Turner is reminding people of another location. The one stop location at 3040 Quigley Road will be staffed around the clock during the RNC.
Most drivers are also able to pay their tickets online.
People who want to post bond must still go in person to the Justice Center.