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(8/26/222) On August 26, 2022, the Chief Justice, on behalf of the Judicial Council and the Supreme Court, issued a new Administrative Order terminating all previous COVID-19-Related Orders. Throughout the pandemic, the judiciary has consistently focused on the safety of patrons and court personnel. Though risks of infection with COVID-19 still exist, those risks can be appropriately managed without statewide orders from the Judicial Council and Supreme Court.

 

Matheson Parking Closure

There will be a maintenance project on the Matheson Courthouse parking ramps beginning Thursday, November 10th, 2022. The estimated completion date for this project is December 31, 2022. The parking map shows all public parking alternatives within a block of the courthouse.

The details of the timeline are:

  • Start of project / 500 South ramp closure - Begins Thursday, November 10. The contractor will be placing a digital sign at the entrance on Monday to alert everyone of the pending closure on Thursday. The 500 South ramp is anticipated to be complete by December 15.
  • Phase 2 of project / 400 South ramp closure - Begins approximately December 15. The 400 South ramp is anticipated to be complete by December 31.
  • Jurors have been notified since November 1st that parking at Matheson courthouse will be closed. Public parking is available at the 500 South lot one block west of the courthouse. This parking fee will be reimbursed by turning in receipts. It is a flat daily rate of $10 to park at this lot.
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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

The Utah Judiciary is committed to the open, fair, and efficient administration of justice under the law. If you are feeling unwell or may have been exposed to COVID-19 and have questions concerning your case, please contact the courts using our Online Directory.

  • Administrative Order Terminating COVID-19-Related Orders (8/26/2022) - PDF

Archive Information Regarding the Utah Courts Response to COVID-19

 

Information about Filing Documents (Filing by email)

 

Attending a Remote Hearing

The public is able to attend most court hearings, even if it is being held remotely.

We have created easy guides to help walk you through how to participate in a remote court hearing:

  • First Time Users of Cisco Webex Meetings - PDF
  • Webex Tips for Pro SE Litigants - PDF
  • Webex Tips for Jurors: Jury Selection (voir dire) - PDF