Due to the lifting of the mandatory evacuation for Oroville residents, which has been reduced to an evacuation warning, the Butte County Courthouse in Oroville will be open for business as usual effective 2/15/2017.

Notice of Temporary Change in Hours of Operation:

Friday, February 24, 2017

Both Butte County Superior Courthouses will close at 3:00 p.m. for a Court Staff event.

The mission of the Butte County Superior Court is to create a court environment deserving of community respect by: resolving disputes according to law; ensuring and protecting peoples' rights; taking a leadership role in preserving order in society; and providing exceptional, accessible and fair justice services to all.
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Information for Disabled
If you have business at the Courthouse and require accommodations because of a disability, please contact the Court at (530) 532-7002. The Court requires notification in advance in order to provide certain accommodations, such as a sign language interpreter. Please contact the Court as soon as possible to ensure the availability of the accommodation you need.
Language Access
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Veteran's Treatment Court
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Amnesty Program
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Notice of Unclaimed Monies
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