Superior Court Clerk
About the clerk
The Island County Clerk is an elected position. The position is provided by the Washington State Constitution with specific and special mandated duties assigned by statute and court rules.
The position of county clerk is best characterized as the record keeping and financial officer of the Superior Court. Your clerk ensures the separation of powers among the three branches of government, executive, judicial, and legislative, by preserving the integrity of the judiciary.
The Island County Clerk is:
We believe that the people of Island County deserve efficient, effective performance and responsible management of public dollars. We strive to treat every individual who comes to our counter with dignity and respect. We are here to serve.
Filings may be done in person or through the mail at the Island County Clerk's Office, 1 NE 7th St., Coupeville, WA 98239. Filings can also be submitted via fax. Visit Electronic Fax Filing for instructions.
If you would like conformed copies returned, enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.
If parties are submitting proposed orders for Judge's signature and are not present for the hearing or for ex parte calendar, a $30 presentation fee is required. This fee can be paid online through NCOURT. Indicate the case number or case name (for example, 20-3-00001-15 and/or SMITH VS SMITH).