Mono County Superior Court New Upgraded Website and Other
Improvements to Court Customer Service
Starting February 26, 2018, the Court Will Have a Completely Upgraded and Redesigned Website
The old Mono County Superior Court website was outdated and difficult to use. With funding and technical assistance from the state Judicial Council, Mono County Superior Court has completely upgraded and redesigned its website. The new website is much more user-friendly and has a special website section dedicated to providing detailed information and forms related to traffic and infractions. Click the following link to be redirected to the new website www.mono.courts.ca.gov
Starting February 26, 2018, Mono County Superior Court Will Return to Providing Customer Assistance by Phone
For the last three years due to budget cuts, Mono County Superior Court (the Court) has not had the staff to provide customer assistance by phone and has provided assistance only by email. This will change on February 26, 2018. The Court will be providing customer assistance by phone starting on Monday, February 26, Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 12 noon. In addition to answering phones, the Court has invested in a new phone directory message system that provides useful message information for court customers and will allow court customers to be quickly transferred to court staff that can help court customers with their particular questions. The Court customer assistance phone number is 760-924-5444.
The Court Will Continue to Provide Customer Assistance by Email for Questions Regarding Traffic Citations and Other Infractions
In addition to assistance by phone, for questions regarding traffic citations and other infractions the court will have a special email address that members of the public can email their questions. The new traffic email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Court Will Continue to Provide Customer Assistance by Email for Questions Regarding Civil Cases
In addition to assistance by phone for questions regarding civil cases, the Court will have a special email address that members of the public can email their questions. The new civil case questions email is email@example.com .