Vancouver, Wash. – Clark County Superior Court will not modify court operations based on information provided by Gov. Inslee during his Nov. 15, 2020, press conference.
The court has instituted safety measures that meet or exceed recommendations from the Washington State Department of Health for the Clark County Courthouse, Juvenile Courthouse and Family Law Annex facilities. Those measures include temperature checks, mandated masking, enforced social distancing, increased ventilation and targeted cleanings of high touch surfaces throughout the day.
Superior Court requests that citizens of Clark County follow the recommendations of the Governor in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
All hearings with the exception of jury trials will be conducted via Zoom. It is expected that litigants will appear via video or telephonically. Zoom hearing login can be found at https://www.clark.wa.gov/superior-court/zoom-information. If a litigant must appear in-person, hearings will take place with strict observance of social distancing and other public health measures.
Any changes to court hours or proceedings will be provided in future press releases. For the latest information on court operations visit https://clark.wa.gov/superior-court.
Jurors should not report if they are feeling ill, experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, have been exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days, or have been instructed to quarantine. Jurors experiencing illness or under quarantine are required to contact Jury Administration at 564.397.2049 or email@example.com to reschedule their jury service.
Jessica Gurley, Superior Court Administrator