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Delta County Jury Information
Delta 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.

NOTICE REGARDING COVID-19:  PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE COURTHOUSE if: (1) you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and you have not completed the required public health mandated isolation; (2) you have been in direct contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past fourteen days; (3) you are experiencing a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or any other respiratory illness symptoms. If you are summoned to report for jury duty, please contact the jury commissioner at (970) 252-4302 to reschedule your jury service. Some jurors are in a high-risk group.  These include those over 65 years of age or persons who have an underlying medical condition which increases their risk if they are exposed to the virus. This would also include any individual that may be in a household with any individual who may have underlying medical conditions which would increase the risk of being exposed.  If  you believe you are in any of these groups, please call the Jury Commissioner at (970) 252-4302.

The Court takes public health and safety seriously and has implemented aggressive policies to prevent the risk of infection for jurors and other court users.  All jurors will be required to wear facial coverings or masks.  We encourage you to bring your own mask with you to the courthouse.  Those who report for jury duty without a mask will be provided one by court staff for the duration of their trial.  Social distancing will be adhered to by all court participants and the courtroom and the courthouse will be sanitized daily.

Per Administrative Order 2021-09, dated May 13, 2021, the Delta County Public Health Department has approved the holding of jury trials with reduced social distancing of 3 feet and strict adherence to face coverings, effective immediately.

For more jury reporting information regarding COVID-19, please click here. Law Programs/OnlineLearning/General/JuryInformationGeneral/story.html

**Jury Summonses are only sent to potential jurors by US mail. If you receive a text, e-mail, phone call or some other method of communication  other than by US mail regarding jury duty contact your local jury commissioner or


We will never ask you for your social security number by email or over the telephone.

We will never insist you wire money to us to avoid immediate arrest.

If you get a call making demands that make you think you may be scammed, call us at (720)625-5000.

You can also call the Attorney General’s Office of Consumer Protection at


Choose the county you were summoned to appear on the table below to find the status of the trial. If the status is "Cancelled", then you do not have to appear. If the status is "Report", this means that the trial is still scheduled, and you should appear at the Delta County Courthouse by 8:15 AM unless otherwise noted and bring your completed summons with you.  If the trial is cancelled, your jury service is satisfied for this calendar year.

**Childcare arrangements need to be made as children are not allowed in the courtroom anytime during the jury selection process.

Please be prepared to go through Security.  Security personnel WILL NOT PERMIT any cell phones, electronic recording devices and electronic devices such as Kindles or other book readers into the Courthouse during the jury selection process.  Security is also asking that no handbags, totes, messenger bags, backpacks and similar items are brought into the courthouse.  If you must bring in any personal items, please have them in a clear zip-locked plastic bag.  Beverages will be allowed in PAPER OR PLASTIC CONTAINERS ONLY.  All glass or metal containers will be required to be left in your vehicle.  Security personnel will also not permit any handguns, knives, sharp objects, lighters, pocket chains, mace, pepper spray or knitting needles in the building at any time so PLEASE LEAVE THESE ITEMS IN YOUR VEHICLES.

As jury selection might take several hours, we suggest that you bring actual books as reading material and a small pillow for your comfort if you have difficulty sitting for any length of time.  Short breaks will be offered.


Jury Service Certificates are now available online for employers at


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501 Palmer St., #338
Delta CO 81416

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