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COVID-19 Protocols:

 If you are sick or have respiratory symptoms, a fever or a cough, please do not come to the courthouse.  Please contact your attorney, call the Court at (530) 289-3698, or proceed to the Remote Appearance page. The Court will continue to take reasonable safety precautions to keep the public, court staff, judicial officers and others safe. 

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COVID-19 Protocols:

Actualmente, todos los asuntos se abordan de forma remota a través de Zoom. NO venga a la corte a menos que haya obtenido una orden para comparecer en persona en el Formulario SEI-0031 de la corte. Comuníquese con su abogado, llame a la corte al (530) 289-3698 o vaya a la página de inicio de la Corte Superior de Sierra para obtener más información sobre cómo comparecer de forma remota.

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ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act

Access for Individuals with Disabilities

Court users, including jurors, parties in a case, witnesses, lawyers and others, can receive reasonable accommodations from the Court if necessary to fully participate in Court programs or services.

The Court normally requires at least 5 working days advance notification in order to provide an accommodation. If you are in need of an accommodation due to a disability please complete the form MC-410, Request for Accommodations by Persons With Disabilities and Response, and return the completed form to the Court’s ADA Coordinator via:

Fax: (530) 289-0205

Mail: PO Box 476, Downieville, CA 95936

Or you may contact the Court by phone at (530) 289-3698.

Building Access Directions

  1. In the courthouse parking lot, proceed to the far left (south side) of the building where there is an additional parking space reserved for ADA and elevator access.
  2. Look for the handicapped parking space and elevator instructions regarding access to the court offices and courtroom on the 2nd floor. The elevator is located at the rear (west side) of the building.
  3. Press the speaker button on the right of the elevator doors and the Sheriff's dispatcher will inquire your name and purpose before allowing you access to the court offices.
  4. Arriving at the interior 2nd floor hallway, court staff will accompany you to the courtroom or court offices.

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ADA Grievance Procedure

The Sierra County Superior Court’s ADA Grievance Procedure is established in accordance with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). It may be used by anyone who wishes to file a complaint alleging discrimination on the basis of disability in the provision of services, activities, programs, or benefits by the Superior Court of California, County of Sierra.

ADA Grievance Procedure

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