Court Administration

COVID19 Related Notices                                                                         

  1. Westmoreland County Courts COVID-UPDATES
    April 3, 2020 Judicial Emergency   View details of this declaration 

    April 3, 2020 Judicial Emergency Order 
    Closes courts for non-essential functions, but provides courts are to be open and accessible for certain “essential” proceedings, which are set forth in the Judicial Emergency Order.
    March 23, 2020 Judicial Order Closing Magisterial District Courts to Public
    View Court Order

    Please review our Court Related Frequently Asked Questions Regarding COVID-19

    Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s second supplemental Order in reference to the statewide judicial emergency can be found here 


License suspension appeals may be mailed to Court Administration at 2 North Main Street, Greensburg, PA 15601.  Once signed, Court Administration will mail the form back to the individual for filing. The forms for appeals and the In Forma Pauperis form for those who are not able to afford the filing fee can be found under the Forms tab on this page.

The Court Administrator's Office advises and assists the president judge in the management and administration of the courts, Adult Probation, Domestic Relations, Juvenile Probation, and the Law Library. The Court Administration Office administratively supports the Westmoreland County Court System and coordinates the efficient operations of the eight interdependent court departments.

2020 Jury Trial Terms (Civil & Criminal)

January

 6-17
(Civil & Criminal)

July

 6-17
(Civil & Criminal)

February

 3-7
(Criminal)

August

3-7
(Criminal)

March

2-20
(Civil & Criminal)

Sept

  8-18
(Civil & Criminal)

April

 13-17
(Criminal)

October

 5-9
(Criminal)
May  4-15 (Civil & Criminal)

November

 2-13
(Civil & Criminal)

June   1-5

(Criminal)

December

7-11
(Criminal)

Scam Alert : The public is advised that currently there may be telephone scams being placed to County residents. One scam alleges that the caller is from the County Sheriff’s department demanding payment of money for failing to appear for jury duty. Read on...