Yolo County Superior Court

Information about filing court documents in Yolo County, California

COVID-19: On August 17 2020, Yolo County Superior Court mandated electronic court filing. Unless documents are specifically exempted by court rule, you should select "eFile" when placing your filing.

Services

eFiling
Maximum file size: 25 MB per document / 35 MB total

Yolo County is an eFileCA court. 
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Civil Limited (Mandatory)
 Civil Unlimited (Mandatory)
 Civil Complex (Mandatory)
 Small Claims (Voluntary)
 
Family (Mandatory)
 
Probate (Mandatory)
eService Available (Where eFiling is mandatory CA Rules of Court require that—with the exception of documents that must be personally served—documents be eServed)
Physical Filing
Maximum file size: 25 MB per document / Unlimited total
 Available for documents that are exempt from eFiling.
Courtesy Copy Delivery
Maximum file size: 25 MB per document / Unlimited total
Available
Court Research Unavailable at this time because of COVID-19 court access restrictions

Court locations

Court address Services
Yolo County Superior Court
1000 Main Street
Woodland, CA 95695
 eFiling 
Deadline: Before 11:45 p.m. (For delivery same court day)
 Physical Filing
Deadline: Before 11:00 a.m. (For delivery next court day)
Area surcharge: +$50.00

 Courtesy Copy Delivery
Deadline: Before 11:00 a.m. (For delivery next court day)
Area surcharge: +$50.00
 Court Research
Unavailable at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions

Useful resources

FAQs

Which documents are exempt from eFiling?

The following must be filed physically with the court:

  • Subpoenaed documents
  • Labor Commissioner deposit of cash or check
  • Bonds
  • Undertakings
  • Deposits of cash, check or credit cards
  • Wills/Codicils
  • Sealed documents
  • Financial institutes documents, care facility documents, or escrow documents as defined under Probate Code section 2620
  • California State vital records forms
  • Appeals

How can I file exhibits that are not documents or are not feasible to convert to electronic format?

According to the local rules, "a party may be excused from filing any particular document or exhibit electronically if it is not available in electronic format and it is not feasible for the party to convert the document or exhibit to electronic format, or it may not be comprehensively viewed in an electronic format, including but not limited to exhibits that are real objects."

In this case, a party may physically file this exhibit with the court, then "file electronically and serve a Notice of Manual Filing specifically describing the document or exhibit and setting forth the reason the document or exhibit cannot be filed electronically."

 

What documents must be included with new civil complaints?

All new civil complaints must include the Notice of Case Management Conference form

The Court will fill in the date, time, and department.



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