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Most legal disputes involving state law initially are decided by trial courts or certain administrative agencies. After such a decision, a party may seek appellate review of the ruling if the party believes the trial court or administrative agency made an error of law that harmed the party.

Civil cases are brought by a plaintiff or petitioner - an individual, business or agency of government -- asking the court to protect some right or to help recover money or property from the defendant--another individual, business or agency of government.

The information for landlords and tenants generally describes steps required in residential eviction proceedings in California. However, this section contains general information only and cannot cover all of the specific requirements or answer all the questions regarding a particular case.

Mediation is problem solving, not counseling. Your disagreement is seen as a problem to solve, not as a fight. Mediation lets you make your own decisions. You can come up with your own personal contract on how you will care for your children now that you no longer live together.

In Small Claims court, disputes are settled in a fair, quick and inexpensive manner. You may ask a lawyer for advice before you go to court; however, you may not have a lawyer represent you in court.

This section is designed to provide useful information regarding traffic issues, including frequently asked questions, online forms, the California Vehicle Code, information on pending traffic-related legislation, and links to local courts and other helpful sites.

The judges and court staff of Superior Court of California, County of Glenn thank each one of you for fulfilling your civic obligations. As a Trial Juror, you will have rendered one of the most important functions of citizenship-service as a trial juror.

Court News and Notices

August 30, 2021

Court Executive Officer Recruitment
The Superior Court of California, County of Glenn invites applications for the position of Court Executive Officer. The submission deadline for applications is Thursday, September 30, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

View Job Flyer (pdf).

August 13, 2021

Fiscal Year 2021/2022 Proposed Baseline Budget
The Superior Court of California, County of Glenn seeks public comment on its proposed baseline budget for Fiscal Year 2021/2022. Public Notice.

Public Notice (pdf).

July 23, 2021

Solicitation for Independent Contractor Attorneys: Conflict Dependency Counsel

View job posting.

July 14, 2021

Annual Budget Allocation

Public Notice (pdf).

July 9, 2021

Court Executive Officer Transition

Public Notice (pdf).

October 16, 2020

Changes to Facility Access

Public Notice (pdf).

COVID-19 Update

PRIOR TO VISITING A COURT LOCATION, please review the Court Updates and Information document relating to court operations and access policies during this emergency. Use of a face mask/covering is still required in all court facilities. A self-certification related to COVID-19 is also required to enter all court facilities.

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Locations and Contact Information

Superior Court of California, County of Glenn
526 West Sycamore St
Willows, CA 95988
(530) 934-6446

Orland Courthouse
821 E. South Street 
Orland, CA 95963 
(530) 865-1101

Collections Division
119 N. Butte Street
Willows, CA 95988

Our Mission

The Glenn County Superior Court values and strives to provide fair interpretation and enforcement of the rule of law in an effective and efficient manner, to resolve disputes peacefully and to provide consistent and impartial remedies to maintain order within the community. Otherwise put, equal justice under the law that supports a peaceful and orderly community.

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