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 Contact & Location Information

Map highlighting Clackamas County


 Courthouse Hours
8am - 5pm
Monday - Friday

For customer service hours, please visit our Hours of Operation page.

 ADA Contact
Lisa Chavez

 Trial Court Administrator
Debbie Spradley

 Main Address
Clackamas County Courthouse
807 Main Street
Oregon City, OR 97045

 Ralph M. Holman Law Center
821 Main Street
Oregon City, OR 97045

 Juvenile Court
2121 Kaen Road
Oregon City, OR 97045

 Mailing Address
Clackamas County Circuit Court
Office of the Trial Court Administrator                                         807 Main Street, Room 310
Oregon City, OR 97045

Pursuant to Presiding Judge Order 2020-07, beginning March 30, 2020 and continuing until further order of the court, the court has reduced in-person business hours at our public counters to Monday through Friday from 10am to 4pm, with the exception of protective order applications (Family Abuse Prevention Act, Elderly Persons and Persons with Disabilities Abuse Prevention Act, Sex Abuse Protective Orders, Emergency Risk Protection Orders) which can be filed in person Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am to 10:30 am.
Phones hours are reduced to Monday through Friday from 10am to 4pm.

The Courthouse is open Monday-Friday (excluding holidays) from 8am to 5pm.
Please Contact Us by Email:    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic many court employees are working remotely.  If you need assistance please email us at one of the addresses below.  Court filings will not be accepted via email. 

*Note:  The Family Law Self Help Program email is to be used by self represented litigants only.
Picture of the Clackamas courthouse
Welcome to the Clackamas County Circuit Court, Fifth Judicial District, one of the 27 judicial districts in the Oregon Judicial Department. The existing courthouse was completed in 1937, and at the time of its dedication, there was only one Circuit Court Judge. Initially all of the county offices except the Roads Department were housed in the courthouse. Over the years as the need for judicial space grew all of the county offices except the District Attorney and the Civil Division of the Sheriff eventually moved out of the courthouse to make room for building renovations that created ten more courtrooms.
Our mission is to provide fair and accessible justice services that protect the rights of individuals, preserve community welfare, and inspire public confidence. Our site exists to provide you with information on court matters and our goal is to help you find the information you need quickly and efficiently.

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