Hours of Operation
4th Thursday of the Month:
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Closed
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Litigant Services Manager
Multiple search terms and partial search terms accepted
Frequently Asked Questions
Electronic filing is mandatory for all case types, per administrative order. Sign up for an eFlex account here so you may file electronically.
If you are having trouble filing electronically and would prefer to come in person to the Resource Center, we are happy to help. Please be aware that you will still be required to sign in and file through your eFlex account, but we can help you with the submission for filing.
Documents can now be electronically issued in Eflex.
To get a document issued, please follow these steps:
For Summonses and Subpoenas: Once these documents are issued, parties to this case will receive electronic notification. The issued documents will be available in Eflex at the same place in the case where the un-issued document was e-filed.
For all other documents: Once these documents are issued, they will be e-filed into the case and parties to this case will receive electronic notification. The issued documents will be available at the docket entry where they were e-filed into the case.IMPORTANT NOTES:
If your hearing is today, click here for the daily calendar.
If your hearing is on a date in the future, click here for a list of hearings by department.
If you do not know your department or judge, click here to search by name and follow these steps:
Before attending a court hearing, you may wish to familiarize yourself with the courtroom rules by clicking here.
Contact the Judicial Assistant for your department. If a Judicial Assistant name is not listed, call the phone number provided. https://www.washoecourts.com/Judges.
Parking is available at the Parking Gallery for a fee (see map below). If your visit to the court will be less than 2 hours, metered parking is available along all streets surrounding the court buildings. These meters accept coins and credit/debit cards. If you are a juror, please click here for information about jury parking.
If you are a plaintiff or defendant in a case and have an attorney, you should contact your attorney immediately. If you do not have their phone number, you can search by name on the Nevada State Bar website.
If you are representing yourself or are an attorney of record, please contact the assigned department. The contact information can be obtained by clicking here and then clicking the department number of the judge presiding over the case.
If you are a witness, you must contact the office that subpoenaed you. This information can be found on your subpoena.
If you are a juror, please contact the Jury Commissioner's Office at 775-328-3152 as soon as possible.
Attending a hearing where you are not a party in the case:
To access an open hearing, go to our website at: https://www.washoecourts.com/Query/DailyCalendar.
Attending a hearing where you are a party in the case:
The department will send you information about how to attend a hearing. This information is usually in the Order setting the hearing. If you have questions about attending or you have not received information about how to attend, please contact the Judicial Assistant for that department. Contact information can be found at: https://www.washoecourts.com/Judges. Click on the department number under your judge's name. If a Judicial Assistant name is not listed, call the phone number provided. If you do not know your department, please email ResourceCenter@washoecourts.us or call 775-325-3731.
In accordance with federal mandates and state requirements, the District Court provides free language assistance services to all Limited English Proficient who have a case pending in the Court. You may request an interpreter for an upcoming court hearing at these places:
To search for a case by a person's name or company name:
Yes. The courtroom is a place of business. Dress should reflect the dignity of the courtroom and be business appropriate. Please do not wear tanks tops, hats, shorts, sweats, or flip flops. Sunglasses should be removed from your eyes and head. All cellular devices will need to be turned off or silenced, including vibration notifications. Please know that the temperature of the courtrooms may fluctuate.