To allow employees time to enjoy the holiday season, the Mason County Board of County Commissioners has authorized the following 2014 Holiday Schedule:
The Board of County Commissioners meeting on December 23, 2014 will be
at 9:00 AM rather than 6:00 PM.

All County Offices have been authorized to closed at 3:00 PM on Wednesday, December 24, 2014 and December 31, 2014 - The switchboard will also close at 3:00 PM on those dates with a revised message directing people to the court offices. Offices that are mandated by Washington State Law (Courts) will remain open until 4:30 PM on those days.

All County Offices will be open for business during regular hours on
Friday, December 26, 2014 and January 2, 2015.  
2014 Tax Foreclosure Sale date is January 9th, 2015  
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Probation Home


Phone Numbers and Addresses

Offender Proceedings

Juvenile Home

Aggression Replacement Training (ART)

Diversion

Reduction in Underage Drinking (RUAD)

Community Service

Offender Supervision

Destruction and Sealing of Juvenile Offender Records
Non-Offender Proceedings

Truancy

At-Risk Youth / CHINS

GAL / CASA

Dependency

Juvenile Probation Overview


The Juvenile Division of Probation Services focuses on:

  • Prevention and early intervention programs,
  • Improved community safety through offender supervision,
  • Providing avenues for community education and involvement, and
  • Representing children’s best interest in dependency matters.

The Juvenile Court is a division of Superior Court and has exclusive original jurisdiction over most juvenile proceedings. The Court is responsible for all BECCA Bill (Truancy, At-Risk Youth, Children in Need of Services) matters, Child Abuse and Neglect (Dependency cases), Diversions, and most Offender cases. Juvenile Court is funded from the county's current expense budget and grants received from the State of Washington. If you are interested in learning more about Juvenile Court, you may contact James W. Madsen at (360) 427-9670 ext 336.