The Storey County Courthouse, built in 1876 after being destroyed in the great fire of 1875, is the state's oldest continuously operating courthouse. The courthouse boasts one of the few Lady of Justices in the country that is not blindfolded. Storey County chose to not blindfold her to communicate to its citizens that justice was not blind here.

Today, all court filings are handled in the courthouse, which also serves as quarters for administrative offices and judges' chambers.