- Notification of Reported Positive COVID-19 Individuals in Wake County Judicial Facilities - July 6, 2020
- Notification of a Reported Symptomatic COVID-19 Individual in Wake County Judicial Facilities - July 2, 2020
- Operation of Civil Superior Court - June 29, 2020
- Notification of a Reported Positive COVID-19 Individual in Wake County Judicial Facilities - June 25, 2020
- 10th Judicial District COVID-19 Public Safety Policies - June 19, 2020
- Expansion of Civil District Courts in Wake County
- Expansion of Criminal District Courts in Wake County
- Expansion of Superior Courts in Wake County
- Wake County Resumption of Limited Traffic Court
- Wake County Public Announcement from the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court In Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
- Wake County Courts Operations During Covid-19 Restrictions Effective March 13 – April 17, 2020
- Administrative Order - Temporary Suspension of Weekend and Noncontinuous Periods of Confinement
- Tenth Judicial District Response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Memo to Wake County Bar - March 13, 2020
Local judicial officials have made decisions regarding local court proceedings, including the clerk of superior court, magistrate and small claims, district courts (civil and criminal), superior courts (civil and criminal), and more. Court offices in the Wake County Courthouse and Justice Center will remain open for business. However, unless you are required to appear in-person to conduct your business, attorneys and the public are strongly encouraged to use email and telephone to communicate with staff of the Tenth Judicial District. Read the memo for details.
- Wake County Courts Preparedness Measures for Coronavirus - March 5, 2020
Find more statewide COVID-19 updates and resources.