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Welcome to the Grant County Clerkís Website! The County Clerk serves the Superior Court and the public as a result of having been elected by the citizens in Grant County to the position. The Washington State constitution established the County Clerk position to create a separation of powers between the keeper of the court records and the judiciary. Kimberly A. Allen is the current County Clerk elected in 2006 by the citizens of Grant County.


The Grant County Clerk is responsible for processing and managing all Superior Court records and financial transactions, including Juvenile Court and Civil Commitment matters. The office provides support staff for 3 Superior Court Judges and 1 Court Commissioner. The office is committed to all relevant laws, rules and policies relating to judicial and administrative procedures.







  • ClerkePass: Electronically certified copy requests/copy requests for Grant County Superior Court Cases can be made through the following link:




Grant County Clerk

Kimberly A. Allen

Chief Deputy Clerk

Cheryl Hill-Roberson

Lead Clerk

Shannon Collins

Lead Clerk

Shelly Spencer

Court Facilitator

Shea Larkin

Financial Collector

Ulises Infante

Accounting Deputy

Shannon Falstad

Deputy Clerks: 

  • Claudia Mills

  • Randi Herrin

  • Renee G. Marthini

  • Brittany Brown

  • Tammy Grant

  • Sarah Nelson

  • Olivia Dunkin

Records/Exhibit Clerk:

  • Holly Hintz

DMS Operator / Documents Clerk:

  • Kari Johnson

Contact Information

Office Hours:


Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm.

Available by phone until 5:00 pm


Passports will be processed: Monday - Thursday 8:00 - 11:30 and 1:00 - 4:00.


Phone Number:

(509) 754-2011 or 1-800-572-0119 (only inside Washington State)

Extension 2801


Mailing Address:

Grant County Clerk
PO Box 37
Ephrata, WA 98823


Physical Address:

Grant County Clerk
Law & Justice Building 2nd Floor
Room 218
35 C ST NW
Ephrata, WA 98823

Legal Financial Obligations

Financial Collections Deputy:

Ulises Infante

509-754-2011 ext. 2839

[email protected]


Payments of Legal Financial Obligations for Grant County Superior Court cases can be made by mail, in person, or through our Point & Pay website. These payments are due by the 25th of each month. If you make a payment by credit card after the 25th day of the month, this payment may not be applied to the current month.

When sending a payment, please remember to include the Grant County Case number(s) with your payment.   Failure to do so may result in your payment being applied incorrectly.


The Grant County Clerk is responsible for accepting the Legal Financial Obligations ordered by the Grant County Superior Court. We are unable to accept payments for District Court cases.


PCredit Card Payments for Superior Court Legal Financial Obligations can be made through the following link: Point & Pay


The county clerk is authorized to collect unpaid legal financial obligations at any time the offender remains under the jurisdiction of the court for purposes of his or her Superior Court legal financial obligations under RCW 9.94A.760.

Court Facilitator Information

The Courthouse Facilitator assists pro se litigants (persons who are not represented by attorneys) in Domestic Relations Cases in selecting and reviewing forms.  Services are provided by appointment only.  You must have an appointment to see the court facilitator.


Court Facilitator Contact Information:

Shea Larkin

(to make an appointment)                                   

754-2011 ext. 2810

[email protected]


The Facilitator Can:

  • Help identify which mandatory family law forms are needed

  • Review forms you have prepared for completeness

  • Explain court procedures

  • Help a party schedule court hearings

  • Make referrals to other agencies

  • Calculate child support when provided with income for both parties

  • Assist both parties in an action

The Facilitator Cannot:

  • Give legal advice

  • Assist litigants who are represented by an attorney

  • Represent parties in court

  • Fill out forms for a party

  • Tell the party what to say in court

  • Provide assistance in other civil matters or in criminal matters

Court Docket Information


Holiday Schedule per LAR 4: When Monday is a court holiday, the criminal docket will be called on the following Tuesday and Wednesday, and the Juvenile Truancy and Offender dockets will be called on the following Wednesday, unless otherwise ordered by the Court. When Friday is a court holiday, all regularly scheduled dockets will be called on the preceding Thursday, unless otherwise ordered by the Court. When a court holiday falls on a Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, there will be no docket.


Click on the links below to obtain daily docket information. Dockets are subject to change. Please check back for daily updates.

Law & Justice Building 2nd Floor


Criminal Motions

Mondays 9:00 am

Tuesdays 9:00 am

Criminal 3.5/3.6 Hearings

Wednesdays and/or Thursdays (check Superior Courtís Weekly Calendar for days/times)

Criminal Violations/Review Hearings

1st and 3rd Fridays 1:30 pm

Petition for Domestic Violence Hearings

Tuesdays 9:00 am

Civil Law & Motion Calendar

Fridays 9:00 am

Paternity Calendar

Thursdays 9:00 am


Domestic Calendars:


Cases with attorneys

Fridays 9:00 am

Pro Se Divorces (no attorneys)

Fridays 1:30 pm

Pro Se Motions (no attorneys)

Fridays 2:00 pm



Fridays 11:00 am


Youth Services & Juvenile Detention Facility


Juvenile Truancy Hearings Mondays 9:30 am

Juvenile Offender Hearings

Mondays 1:30 pm

Juvenile Dependency

Tuesdays 1:30 pm


Click here for Superior Courtís Weekly Hearings Calendar.


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