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NEVADA CITY, Calif. June 2, 2020 – In furtherance of compliance with the California Department of Public Health and Center for Disease Control guidelines and recommendations, the Superior Court of California, County of Nevada, is taking precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of the community. The court is now entering Phase 2 of its service expansion plans.
The Superior Court of California, County of Nevada has taken the following steps to ensure public health and safety:
- Significantly increased cleaning protocols for all staff and public areas;
- Increased availability of video, phone, email, and drop-box options to facilitate regular court transactions while conforming with social distancing protocols;
- Mandated the wearing of face coverings for all without an approved accommodation; and
- Enforcing social distancing of at least six feet throughout the courthouse
Please only enter the courthouse if you are symptom free and have not had any known exposures to COVID-19. Please minimize entry to the courthouse and take advantage of remote access options whenever possible. Always respect social distancing guidelines and face covering requirements within the building.
The court has expanded the scope of its operations county wide to include family law and civil matters as well as traffic matters at the Truckee courthouse. The full details of the court’s service expansion can be found in Executive Order #190 on the court’s website at http://nccourt.net/documents/public/EO190.pdf.
The court will begin issuing jury summons to restart jury trials. The first group of jurors will be summoned for a trial tentatively scheduled for June 23rd at the Nevada City Courthouse. The court will be instituting a pre-screening process for jurors to complete in advance to reduce overall foot traffic into courthouses and continue to encourage social distancing.
For more information visit the court’s COVID-19 info page at http://nccourt.net/onlinesvcs/covid.shtml, contact 530-362-4309, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. During this time, and in hopes of reducing the need to come to the courthouse, the court will temporarily respond to questions for the clerk’s office in Nevada City at email@example.com and for the clerk’s office in Truckee at firstname.lastname@example.org.