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Clear Creek County Jury Information
Clear Creek County has one court location. Please choose a desired location from those listed below. At each court location, you will find:
Access the Juror Service Certificate.

Interactive Jury Module During COVID-19

Please be prepared to stay until 5:00 p.m. on your appearance date. If you are chosen as a juror the trial generally starts as soon as the jurors are selected.   Complete your juror questionnaire before you arrive & bring you entire summons with you. You will appear at 405 Argentine St., Georgetown, CO 80444, driving instructions are available on

Jurors are strictly prohibited from communicating ANY information regarding the trial during the course of jury duty.  No cell phones, e-mail, text messaging, tweeting, blogging, Internet chat rooms and communicating about the case by way of any other social networking website, such as Facebook, My Space, LinkedIn, or YouTube.

Business casual clothing, including jeans, is appropriate. CHILDREN MAY NOT ATTEND JURY DUTY.


INCLEMENT WEATHER: Please tune to or  or if the court cancels the trial due to weather after the 5:00 p.m. call in,  continue to call the jury hotline (303) 569-0820 for up to date weather information


POSTPONEMENT/CHANGES/DISQUALIFICATION REQUESTS: All  requests must be in writing by filling in the appropriate section on your summons or using the website and submitted at least 5 business days prior to your reporting date.  General emails and telephone calls are not accepted for requests.


Thank you.


To check the status of your reporting date, please click on the "Choose this Location" listed at the bottom of this page.


The Clear Creek County Combined Courts will be re-commencing jury trials starting March 1, 2021. The safety of jurors, parties and staff will be a priority. The Court has worked cooperatively with the Clear Creek County Public Health and Environment to assure that appropriate health standards are met.

If you have recently been diagnosed with COVID-19, are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have recently been exposed to someone with COVID-19 symptoms, or you are a vulnerable individual or reside with someone who is a vulnerable individual, please call the Jury Commissioner at (303) 569-0820 to determine whether your jury service should be delayed.

COVID-19 symptoms include the following:

  1. Fever (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher);

  2. Shortness of breath;

  3. Dry cough;

  4. Headache, muscle aches or earache;

  5. Sore throat, runny nose or chills;

  6. Loss of sense of smell or taste;

  7. Abdominal pain such as nausea, vomiting or diarrhea.

“Vulnerable individuals” are:

  1. Individuals who are 60 years old or older;

  2. Individuals with chronic lung disease or moderate to severe asthma;

  3. Individuals who have serious heart conditions;

  4. Individuals who are immuno-compromised;

  5. Individuals who are pregnant;

  6. Individuals living in a nursing home or long-term care facility;

  7. Individuals with severe obesity (body mass index of 30 or higher);

  8. Individuals with diabetes;

  9. Individuals with kidney disease;

  10. Individuals with liver disease;

  11. Individuals determined to be high risk by a licensed healthcare provider; and

  12. Individuals caring for a “vulnerable Individual”.

To meet our safety goals will take additional time and planning for all parties. A health assessment questionnaire will be completed by all potential jurors at check-in the morning of trial and temperatures will be taken. Jurors will be asked to provide a cell phone number and return to their vehicle to await further direction from Court Staff. We ask for your patience during this process.

Masks will be required at all times. For those who do not have masks, the Court will provide masks. Jurors are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer and disposable wipes. Protective barriers will be installed during the trial. Social distancing will be practiced.

Jurors are encouraged to bring a book or other item to keep them occupied during breaks. They will not be permitted to use during actual jury selection, but there may be more frequent and longer breaks during this modified process. Jurors are also encouraged to bring their own snacks and sack lunch. Food will not be provided during the jury selection process and many lunch locations near the Courthouse are running with limited capacity.

With everyone’s cooperation, we are confident that we can meet the safety needs of our community while assuring the rights of all parties to the proceeding. We thank you in advance for your patience, cooperation and participation.


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405 Argentine, P.O. Box 367
Georgetown CO 80444

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