Court Services

PGST Community Court

PGST Criminal Court Hearing - this link will connect you to the Virtual Hearing

ICW Court Hearings - this link will connect you to the Virtual Hearing

Civil Court Hearings - this link will connect you to the Virtual Hearing

Natural Resources Court Hearings - this link will connect you to the Virtual Hearing

Child Support Calendar - this link will connect you to the Virtual Hearing

To join telephonically please contact the Court Clerk's office to get this information.

The Civil Clerk can be reached at (360) 297-9682 and Criminal Clerk at (360) 297-9681

Court Fax number (360) 297-6306

Please be sure to contact the court for your hearing time or review your Notice of Hearing for the time you are scheduled for.

Court Hearings are scheduled on the following dates:
Criminal (First and Third Wednesday of each month)
Civil: Family Court, Juvenile, Traffic, Custody Cases,  (First and Third Tuesday of each month)
HTW Court (every Wednesday)
ICW (First Tuesday)
Child Support (Second Tuesday)
Natural Resources (Second Tuesday)

Updates from the Court Regarding Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response
PGST Community Court is committed to protecting the safety and security of our community while performing our Constitutional duties. The Court is open and we are operating all hearings and emergent court matters on a virtual platform.

Court Filings: If you want to file a petition or court document, please file it through our current electronic filing email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you can drop off the documents at the Court Clerk's office on Tribal Campus.  There is a drop box outside of the office.  You can also mail documents but there may be a delay in processing. 


  • Notary Services
  • Healing to Wellness - Drug Court
  • Guardian ad Litem and Tribal Advocacy Program for children
  • Tribal Reentry Services for those individuals who are justice involved or formerly incarcerated.
  • The Welcome Home Project for those individuals incarcerated in the Kitsap County Jail.
  • Crime Victim Assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and all victims of crime.
  • Coordination of Community Service
  • Processing of Traffic Fines and Restitution Owed

     The Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe operates a Tribal Court with jurisdiction over criminal, civil and juvenile matters. Appeals are heard by a three-judge Court of Appeals.

     The Tribe’s primary governing document is its Constitution, which was adopted in 1939 and has been subsequently amended. An extensive code of laws with more than 20 chapters regulates fishing, hunting, gaming, traffic, domestic relations, and public health; protects children and vulnerable adults; sets forth the criminal laws of the Tribe, court and appellate procedures; and covers a growing list of other subject matters.

     Copies of the Tribe’s Law & Order Code are available here on the website. Copies of pages or sections can be obtained from the court or from the Tribal attorney’s office.

    You can make application to the Tribe's Reentry Program and Healing to Wellness Drug Court Program by downloading the applications in the "Documents for Download" section. 

Court Forms for Download:
Motion for Order (blank)
Order (blank)
Protection for Order of Protection: Domestic Violence
Temporary Protection Order and Notice of Hearing: Domestic Violence

Petition for Divorce

Change of Address/Contact Information

Court Services Applications:
Healing to Wellness Court Application/Eligibility
Client Application PGST Re-Entry Program

Application to Practice in Tribal Court & Spokesperson's Oath

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