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 Clatsop COVID-19 Notices

The State Court for Clatsop County is open and will continue to use remote means to hold hearings and handle other matters. If you have questions about remote appearance, please contact us at 503.325.8555 or by email.  

Protective face coverings are required while in the courthouse.

See our Contact Us page for our email addresses.

Most court hearings will be held by Webex video. Check your hearing notice for more information. Here are Guidelines for Video Court Appearances in Clatsop County Circuit Court or visit our Remote Hearings page.
Click here for important information regarding eviction cases.


COVID-19 – View current Clatsop County Circuit Court's judicial orders and information regarding COVID-19. (As of 07/01/21)

 Contact & Location Information


Map of Oregon COunties with Clastop highlighted

 Telephone
503.325.8555

 Courthouse Hours*
Effective April 2, 2020:
Customer Service Window hours are Mon-Fri, 8AM-12PM & 1PM-4PM

You may contact the court by phone
Mon-Fri, 8AM-12PM & 1PM-5PM


Legal Holidays

*The court is closed from 4pm to 5pm on the first Wednesday of every month for a team meeting.

 ADA Contact
Cindy Whitten
                 

 Trial Court Administrator
Julie Vredeveld
503.325.8555

 Main Address
Clatsop County Courthouse
749 Commercial Street
Astoria, OR 97103
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 Mailing Address
Clatsop County Circuit Court
PO Box 835
Astoria, OR 97103

Clatsop County Courthouse
Photo Credit:
Gary Halvorson, Oregon State Archives

The Clatsop County Circuit Court is the 18th Judicial District of Oregon. Clatsop County's judicial district has three elected judges:

  • Judge Dawn McIntosh, Presiding Judge
  • Judge Cindee Matyas, Circuit Court Judge
  • Judge Beau Peterson, Circuit Court Judge

The court is housed in an historic courthouse which was built in 1908 and was later added to the National Register of Historic Places. Astoria was the first permanent United States settlement on the Pacific coast and is historically significant for operating the first U.S. post office west of the Rocky Mountains.

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