Ventura County Superior Court

Help Me Find the Ventura County Superior Court

There are three locations for the Ventura County Superior Court. Juvenile Court is located in Oxnard, East County Courthouse is in Simi Valley, and Hall of Justice is in Ventura.



What is the Ventura County Superior Court?

The Ventura County Superior Court is a branch of the California Superior Court and holds jurisdiction of Ventura County. There are only three locations with Juvenile Court the only one specializing in juvenile cases. The other two locations handle all civil, criminal, family, and traffic cases based upon residency or where infractions occurred.

Where Can I Pay Traffic Tickets in Ventura County?

Payments can be made at the Clerk’s office at the courthouse in which your case was heard or you can pay them online. Paying them online requires your driver’s license number, name, citation number, and bail bond number if applicable. The website only accepts payment with Mastercard or Visa.

Ventura County Superior Court Hours

The Hall of Justice and Juvenile courts are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The East County Courthouse is open Monday and Tuesday only from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

Superior Court of Ventura County Divisions

The Superior Court of Ventura County has a number of divisions that can handle an array of legal matters. Those divisions are: Adoptions, appeals, criminal/traffic, civil, family law, small claims, probate, collections, conservatorship, court reporting services, guardianship, information technology, jury service, juvenile, and records.



Where are Ventura County Superior Courts?  What is the address of the Superior Court of Ventura County?

The Ventura County Superior Courts offers three locations:

  • Ventura Hall Of Justice – 800 South Victoria Ave, Ventura, CA 93009
  • Oxnard Juvenile Courthouse – 4353 E. Vineyard Avenue, Oxnard, CA 93036
  • Simi Valley East County Courthouse – 3855-F Alamo St, Simi Valley, CA 93063

Case Lookup in Ventura County

You can easily lookup your case on their website! The County divides the cases into four groups; Civil, Small Claims, and Probate, or Family Law, or Mediators, or Criminal and Traffic. You will need to provide your case number in order to find your case. If you are unsure of your case number, call the Clerk’s Office of the courthouse handling your case. The exception to this rule is for Criminal cases, you will need your driver’s license and/or bail bond number to find your case.

Non-Criminal Case Lookup and Criminal Case Lookup.

All civil court cases can be looked up here. Criminal cases can be found here. Non-criminal cases require your court case number and criminal require your driver’s license and/or bail bond number.

Check Ventura County Juror Status

Checking your jury status can be handled in two ways. You can check the website to respond to your summons online or see if your group number has been called. If you are checking to see if your group number has been called you are advised to check daily after 4pm when the site has been updated. To report for services, call 805-289-8661 24 hours a day and provide your badge number (located on your summons) to check status, postpone your service, or get information. This line is an automated service and you will not be able to speak with someone directly.

Ventura County Court Locations

  1. Ventura Hall Of Justice – 800 South Victoria Ave, Ventura, CA 93009
  2. Oxnard Juvenile Courthouse – 4353 E. Vineyard Avenue, Oxnard, CA 93036
  3. Simi Valley East County Courthouse – 3855-F Alamo St, Simi Valley, CA 93063

Court Ordered Parenting Classes

Unless otherwise noted by the judge, you can do court ordered parenting classes online through this website. The good thing about these classes are they are all online and you can complete them on your own schedule. Fees range from $10-$52 and you will receive documentation of completion to turn into the courts for acknowledgement of your fulfillment.

Ventura County Court Ordered Restraining Order

You can obtain the forms needed to file for a restraining order here, found under the “other form packets” heading. It is important to note that one is for workplace violence and all others are for protecting from harassment. There are fees associated with the filings and are as high as $435. However, if the person has stalked you or threatened you with violence, you do not have to pay the fee. If you are unable to pay the fee, you must file an FW-001 to request the fees be waivered.

What is the Ventura County Court’s Website?

The Ventura County Superior Court website is here. You can research online services, find documents you need for filings, research cases, and check locations and hours on the site.

More info on Ventura County Court Warrants

You can find a warrant form here should you need a warrant issued. You must be sure that each line is filled out correctly and appropriately in order to have the warrant served. We could not locate any filing fees for issuing a warrant so it would be best to call 805-289-8900 if you have any concerns about cost.

Find the Court Traffic Division and Pay Traffic Violations

Information regarding Traffic court can be found here. Payments can be made at the Clerk’s office at the courthouse in which your case was heard or you can pay them online. Paying them online requires your driver’s license number, name, citation number, and bail bond number if applicable. The website only accepts payment with Mastercard or Visa.

Ventura County Superior Court Case Lookup

The County divides the cases into four groups; Civil, Small Claims, and Probate, or Family Law, or Mediators, or Criminal and Traffic. You can locate your case here and you will need to provide your case number in order to find your case. If you are unsure of your case number, call the Clerk’s Office of the courthouse handling your case. The exception to this rule is for Criminal cases, you will need your driver’s license and/or bail bond number to find your case.