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Crook County, OR Court System Information

Crook County is one of the 36 counties in the U.S. state of Oregon. As of the 2010 census, the population was 20,978. The county seat is Prineville.

Court Information

Crook County is one of 36 counties in Oregon and is located within the 22nd Judicial District.

Crook County, OR Court Overview

The following courts are located in Crook County, Oregon. This list is not meant to be comprehensive and only lists courts with pages on Ballotpedia.

  1. Oregon 22nd Judicial District

Visitation Information

Office Hours:
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday

Physical Address:
Crook County Courthouse
300 NE Third Street
Prineville, Oregon 97754

Crook County Circuit Court:

Thomas Lankford, Trial Court Administrator
Crook County Courthouse
300 NE Third Street, Room 21
Prineville, Oregon 97754
Phone: 541-447-6541
Office Hours: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Monday – Friday

Services and Responsibilities:

The Circuit Court is the official record keeper for the courts. The Court Office’s primary duty is to assist the Circuit Court judge in executing their judicial tasks by preparing and maintaining court records, collecting fees and fines, and processing paperwork. Besides, the County Court issues all processes such as citations, notices and summons for service to the sheriff and subpoenas all witnesses in trials of matters.

Crook County Circuit Court Judges:

Honorable Annette C. Hillman, Presiding Judge

Honorable Daina A. Vitolins, Judge

Honorable Michael R. McLane, Judge

Crook County, OR County Clerk

Cheryl Seely, County Clerk
300 NE Third St, Rm. 23
Prineville, OR 97754
Phone: (541) 447-6553
Fax: (541) 416-2145
Email: [email protected], [email protected] (General) or [email protected] (Elections)
Office Hours: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday

Services and Responsibilities:

The County Clerk is the primary public record-keeping agency for the County, responsible for processing real property transactions, plats, commissioners’ journal documents, marriage records, and military discharges. The County Clerk also oversees the Board of Property Tax Appeals and maintains the county Court meetings public record proceedings. As Chief Election Official of the County, the Clerk is in charge of registering voters, maintaining up-to-date voting lists, accepting declarations of candidacy for public office, and coordinating elections, call emergency elections, designate taxing districts, provide voting equipment as well as plans and conduct all elections in Crook County. Besides, the Clerk’s Office is a Passport Acceptance Agent, providing notary services, issues marriage licenses, and assists with property, historical, and genealogy research.

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