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If you have questions please contact the Court Clerk's Office at 970-453-2272.


Admin Order Regarding Facial Coverings Under COVID-19 Advisory -  2021- FC AUG. 11 2021

Amended Admin Order Regarding Court Operations Under COVID-19 Advisory 2020-102A-9 – Amended June 14, 2021


Admin Order Regarding Jurors – 2020-101 – March 13, 2020


All probation offices in the 5th Judicial District are open to the public Monday-Friday.  

If  you are ill with COVID-19 symptoms, please contact probation to reschedule. 

Todas las oficinas de Libertad Condicional del Quinto Distrito Judicial están abiertas al público de lunes a viernes.  

Si usted estuviera enfermo con síntomas de coronavirus, por favor póngase en contacto con la oficina de Libertad Condicional para reprogramar su cita.

Traffic arraignments are our largest volume dockets.  As so many people wish to see the District Attorney first, it may take 3-4 hours before your case can be heard by the Judge or handled by the Clerks.  Please plan accordingly.  Any fines assessed will be due at the time of sentencing.

In Fiscal Year 2019, the Summit Combined Courts handled the following new filings:  362 criminal cases; 469 large civil cases; 118 divorce cases; 53 cases involving juveniles; 63 probate cases; 276 small civil cases; 528 misdemeanors; 5 small claims; and 1,403 traffic cases.



E-MAILS TO THE COURTS - please send any communication to and a clerk will respond.

RECORDS REQUEST:  To make an electronic Record/Document request Click here. To access the PDF version Click here.  PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY UNTIL ASKED TO DO SO.  You will be contacted once your request is processed.

TRANSCRIPT REQUEST: Complete the Transcript Request form  by selecting the link (BELOW) and Attorneys need to electronically file this request into the case.  Pro se parties can EMAIL or FAX to 970-453-1134.  Once your request is processed, then you will be contacted by the court reporter or transcriber.  Click here to request a transcript(s).

CIVIL RETURNS: Any day of the week at 4:00 p.m.

Parking: Additional parking is available in the north lot (east of the Summit County District Attorney's Office) accessed via Rankin Place.

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Summit County Justice Center
501 N. Park Avenue (physical)
P.O. Box 269 (mailing)
Breckenridge, CO 80424

(970) 453-2272
(970) 453-1134 (fax)

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