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The warm and vibrant colors of wildflowers adorn virtually all of Nevada County each spring.

The clear, icy waters of the South Yuba River provide stark contrast to Lupin and California Poppies.

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Contact Information

Nevada City Courthouse

201 Church Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
(530) 265-1311 Criminal/Traffic
(530) 265-1293 Civil/Family/Sm Claim
(530) 470-1475 Jury Commissioner
(530) 265-1585 Juror Status

Truckee Branch Courthouse

10075 Levon Avenue
Truckee, CA 96161
(530) 582-7835
(530) 587-7836 Juror Status


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Nevada City: N Pine @ Washington

Truckee: At main entrance


Juror Parking: 
Nevada City


Posted June 11, 2018

Grand Jury Releases Final Reports
The Nevada County Grand Jury has released it's final 2 reports for the fiscal year. | View Grand Jury Reports >>

Posted March 13, 2018

Warning: Jury Scams on the Rise
Counties throughout California have issued public warnings about calls from people claiming to be court officials or law enforcement officers. The caller will eventually attempt to get money or financial information.. | Continue reading >>

Posted March 2, 2018

Court Announces New Telephonic Appearance System
The Superior Court of Nevada County has instituted a court-operated telephonic appearance system referred to as "VCourt".  To learn more or to book a telephonic appearance, | Details >>


Community & Legal outreach programs

Small Claims Pro Tem Training

Friday, July 27 2018 | 1:00pm - 4:00pm | Nevada City Courthouse
The Nevada County Superior Court is offering a training to California attorneys who wish to be appointed as a temporary judge in California’s Superior Courts. Attendance is mandatory pursuant to CRC 2.812(c)(1) and is one component to appointment as a temporary judge.  |  Details and Registration  >>

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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