Snohomish County Superior Court Clerk’s Office CLOSED

The following notice has been posted by the Snohomish County Superior Court Clerk’s Office:



On March 23, 2020, Governor Jay Inslee signed a “Stay Home, Stay Healthy Order.” The Snohomish County Executive signed a similar order on March 24, 2020. For your own health and wellbeing and to ensure the safety of our employees while continuing to support ongoing Superior Court operations and services to the public, the Clerk’s Office is closed, in most cases, to in-person assistance. Information regarding continued Superior Court operations are outlined in Superior Court Emergency Orders which can be found by visiting Superior Court’s website:

 The Clerk’s Office continues to provide online, phone and mail in filing services Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Clerk services are detailed below.

 While we continue to offer online services and customer service via telephone, we ask that any non-emergent or non-time sensitive filings and inquiries be mailed in or held until our office reopens to the public.

 Thank you for your patience and assistance during these extraordinarily difficult times.”

For the full text of the notice along with additional service details, click HERE.

We will continue posting updates on court services and closures in regards to the COVID-19 crisis as we receive them.

If you have any questions about access to Snohomish County court records and document images, Washington State court records, or would like more information about any of our other products and services, contact us at or give us a call: 866-643-7084 (Option 2).

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