Complete Your Jury Summons Online
You can now complete your jury summons electronically through our new web portal. You will need your juror number and date of birth. Your 6 digit juror number is located on the left hand side of the bottom third of your jury summons, directly above the statement "JURY SUMMONS OFFICIAL DOCUMENT DO NO DISCARD".
Click here to access the web portal.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact the jury manager at 360-378-9407 or email the jury manager at email@example.com.
ADA Requests for Accommodation
If you wish to request a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act, please review the instructions below and complete the Request for Accommodation form and return it to the court contact listed on the form.
Instructions and Information for Requests for Accommodation for Persons with Disabilities
Request for Accommodation Form
Conduct and Dress Code
Reporting for Duty
Order of Trial of Events
How to Get to Court
San Juan County Court is located in Friday Harbor, in the San Juan County Courthouse, at 350 Court Street.
DirectionsFrom the Ferry Landing in Friday Harbor: Walk up Spring Street to the corner of 1st Street and Spring Street (it will be your first right), turn right. Follow 1st Street to the Courthouse. If driving, follow 1st Street to Court Street and turn left, follow to 2nd Street and turn right, you will come to a parking lot on the right just before the stop sign (in between community theater and courthouse).
In the vicinity of the Courthouse
MealsDowntown Friday Harbor has a number of restaurants within a short walk from the courthouse. If you are selected to serve on a jury, adequate time for lunch will be allowed. During deliberations, jurors are usually fed in the courthouse as a group.
The Court is located near other County buildings and the Friday Harbor Town Hall. Inside the Court House, or within easy walking distance, you can renew vehicle license tabs, pay property taxes, apply for a marriage license or a passport, submit building permit plans or sit in on a County Council meeting.