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The mission of the Nevada County Superior Court is to ensure fair and equal access to justice, inspire trust and confidence in the court, and to treat everyone with dignity and respect.

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Face Coverings Required!  - In accordance with CDC Guidlines, the court has adopted requirements for required face coverings... |  See this update on our Covid-19 page  >>

Contact Information

Nevada City Courthouse
201 Church Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
nccounter@nccourt.net

(530) 362-4309

- Option 7 - Criminal/Traffic
- Option 8 -  Civil/Family/Sm Claim

Truckee Branch Courthouse
 10075 Levon Avenue
Truckee, CA 96161
trcounter@nccourt.net

(530) 362-4309
- Option 6 - Criminal/Traffic
- Option 9 -  Civil/Family/Sm Claim

ADDITIONAL CONTACT INFO »

DESIGNATED Parking - ada

Nevada City: N Pine @ Washington

Truckee: At main entrance

ADDITIONAL ADA INFORMATION »



Juror Parking: 
Nevada City

ANNOUNCEMENTS & PUBLIC NOTICES

Posted October 16, 2020 Press Release - Counter Service Changes
Nevada City - The Suite 5 clerk’s office (on the first floor closest to the front entrance) will now provide in person service for all case types with the exception of Family Court Services, which will be serviced at the walk-up window on the second floor outside of Department 3.

Truckee - The clerk’s office has re-opened and will provide in person service for all case types.

For details, refer to the following Press Release.

Posted June 3, 2020

Special Notice to Jurors
In our effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19, we are taking measures to reduce foot traffic in the courthouse.  We are asking all summoned jurors to fillout a pre-screening survey available  here.
Go to Survey >>

Posted May 24, 2020

Updated Local Rules
The Court has published new Local Rules, effective June 1, 2020.  
 | Go To Local Rules Page >>

Posted December 31, 2019

New Telephone Numbers
The Nevada County Superior Court has implemented a new phone system with all new phone numbers. Our old numbers will continue to work for a few months.  | see additional numbers >>

Posted November 26, 2019

SENATE BILL 310 – Jury Service (Felony Convictions)
An amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure, Section 203 will be in effect January 1, 2020. The amendment is to the prohibition relative to persons who have been convicted of a felony from being eligible and qualified to be a prospective trial juror. Instead, the new law now makes persons previously convicted of a felony now eligible and qualified, unless they are incarcerated in any prison or jail, or persons who have been convicted of a felony and are currently on parole, post release community supervision, felony probation, or mandated supervision for the conviction of a felony, and persons who are currently required to register as a sex offender based on a felony conviction.  For more information... | See Full Senate Bill  >>

OLDER NEWS AND PUBLIC NOTICES  »»

Community & Legal outreach programs

*** CANCELLED *** Annual Family Law Update

This year’s Family Law Update take the form of a self-study option. As indicated previously, this option will be free of charge to all attorneys who request the self-study materials. The materials will provide 5 hours of MCLE credit. The final materials will be available upon request by June 5, 2020. Please let us know by May 30, 2020 if you would like the materials for self-study. Thank you all for your patience and understanding during this time.

Self-Help Center - Free Weekly Workshops  -  Available After 9/1/20

These interactive workshops are streamed live from the SHARP Tech Connect in Butte County and will provide detailed help and and assistance on a number of topics and provide help in completing forms. The workshops are free and no RSVP is required - simply bring your set of forms (obtained from the Civil Clerks office) and other paperwork you may need.  | Details and Schedule  >>

Monthly Public Legal Seminars

The Nevada County Law Library is offering monthly “Noon Time Legal Seminars” to the general public and practicing attorneys on topics of general interest. These seminars are taught by local attorneys and designed for the lay person, as well as for the practicing attorney, who will receive MCLE credit (Minimum Continuing Legal Education). | Details and Schedule  >>

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