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In accordance with California Rule of Court 1.100, it is the policy of Superior Court of California, County of Nevada to assure that qualified individuals with disabilities have equal and full access to the judicial system.
REQUEST FOR ACCOMODATION:
Requests For Accommodation, including but not limited to auxiliary aids and/or services should be made as far in advance of the requested accommodations implementation date as possible, and in any event should be made no less than five court dates prior to the requested implementation date. The Court may, in its discretion, waive this requirement.
QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES:
Are persons covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and includes individuals who have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of the major life activities; have a record of such impairment; or are regarded as having such impairment.
- MOBILITY IMPAIRMENTS
Ramps, lifts and elevators are located inside each facility to aide the mobility impaired.Drop-off and Parking
- Nevada City: Parking lot is at the corner of N. Pine and Washington Streets
Passenger loading zone is directly in front of the main entrance on Church St
- Truckee: Parking and Drop-Off are both adjacent to
the main entrance
- WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE RESTROOMS
In Nevada City, the wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on the 1st floor of the "Annex" side of the building. In Truckee, wheelchair accessible restrooms are adjacent to the main entrance on the 1st floor.
- ASSISTIVE LISTENING DEVICES
Each courtroom is equipped with Phonic Ear Assistive Listening devices and headsets. These are available through the courtroom clerk or bailiff.
- SERVICE ANIMALS
Service animals are permitted in the courthouse subject to federal ADA regulations. The ADA defines a “service animal” as any animal that is individually trained to do work
or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other disability. The work or tasks
performed by a service animal must be directly related to the handler’s disability. Dogs whose sole function is “the provision of emotional support,
well-being, comfort, or companionship” are not considered service dogs under the ADA
Human Resources Director
Phone: (530) 470-2728