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MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of Justice Courts to promote and preserve the rule of law and protection of property rights by providing a fair, independent, and impartial forum for the peaceful resolution of legal conflicts according to the law. Further, it is the mission of Justice Courts to provide judicial services in such a manner as to: 1) promote access to justice; 2) adjudicate cases in an expeditious and timely manner; 3) utilize public resources efficiently and effectively such that it demonstrates accountability and engenders public trust and confidence; and 4) promote an understanding of the Courts as a vital component of the tripartite system of government, independent of and co-equal to the Legislative and Executive branches.

NOTICE

The information contained on this website is provided as a reference guide. The statements herein do not necessarily represent the view of the Court on the outcome of any case. Furthermore, no copyright is claimed in this text, the policies or information contained herein. The legal citations contained herein are subject to statutory amendment and/or change in Nevada case law. Moreover, the Court`s policies set forth herein and the judge`s interpretation of the law are subject to change at any time. For more detailed information about your legal rights and remedies, you are encouraged to contact an attorney.

COURT HOURS

The Court is open to the public:

  • Monday - 9a - 4p
  • Tuesday - 8a - 4p
  • Wednesday - 9a - 4p
  • Thursday - 9a - 4p
  • Friday - CLOSED

LOCATION

865 Tahoe Boulevard, Suite 301
Incline Village, Nevada 89451
Ph 775.832.4100
Fx 775.832.4162

 

Local News

  • Join the Sugar Pine Foundation for spring plantings
					Join the Sugar Pine Foundation for spring plantings
    Sugar Pine Foundation will host two plantings as part of Earth Week. Plant sugar pine seedlings and help restore native forest at Waddle Ranch. These plantings are sponsored by the Truckee Tahoe Airport, which currently manages the property. Lying at the heart of Martis Valley, Waddle Ranch is an ecologically diverse property. In 2003, the valley was in danger of being for new housing construction . The Truckee Donner Land Trust and the Trust for Public Lands, with support from the Northern Sierra Partnership, managed to acquire Waddle Ranch in 2007. The Truckee Tahoe Airport District (TTAD) currently manages the …
  • Fishmas Eve Little Truckee River Restoration fundraiser
					Fishmas Eve Little Truckee River Restoration fundraiser
    TRUCKEE, Calif. — Join the Truckee River Trout Unlimited Chapter for the ninth annual Fishmas Eve fundraiser on Friday, April 25, 7-9 p.m. at Blue Coyote sports bar and grill in Truckee. Celebrate the arrival of the fishing season opening day and a raffle with amazing prizes. An entrance fee of $25 gets you all-you-can-eat pizza, all-you-can-drink beer and one free raffle ticket. Meet industry professionals while helping raise money for the Trout Unlimited chapter. Raffle prizes include guided trips, fly fishing gear, golf vouchers, and much more. Additional raffle tickets will be for sale and you must be present …