District Court proceedings can now be viewed on YouTube. The virtual calendar, including times and YouTube channel information, is available
Thurston County District Court continues to work diligently to ensure the health and well-being of court employees, litigants, attorneys, and the general public while performing our
To reduce the risk of contagion, we are continuing to hear many cases virtually. Click
to see when a case is scheduled and if it will be heard remotely or in person.
Please review this website to see if you can handle your business online. Use the chat button below or call 360-786-5450 to get answers to your questions.
The Courthouse building is open with customer services available from 8:30AM to 4:30PM.
Face coverings will be required for anyone entering the District Court building (building 3).
Allow yourself plenty of time to handle your business as the number of people in the building at a time will be limited.
Court Orders Limiting Operations
To view District Court's current order limiting operations, click here.
To view District Court's order allowing streaming, click here.
HOW TO ADDRESS YOUR COURT CASE WITHOUT COMING TO COURT
If you are paying a traffic ticket, requesting a deferral or mitigation of a
traffic ticket, contesting a traffic ticket, or requesting public records, you don't have to come court.
Use the links to
"Respond to my Ticket" or
available on this page. You can complete these transactions without coming to the courthouse.
To submit a name change petition,
click here. Then click on "How do I petition to change my name?" for adult name changes or "How do I petition to change my child's name?" to change the name of a minor.
We are accepting notices of small claims via email.
They will not be filed at this time. Once District Court begins hearing civil cases again,
you will notified. At that time, you will need to come to the courthouse to pay the filing fee and receive a court date.