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North Justice Center Facilities and Services

Facility Guide

General Parking: North Court has free parking.

Elevators: Public Elevators are available in the south wing and in the central wing of the building.

Public Restrooms--South Wing: Restrooms are located on the 1st, 3rd and 4th floors.

Central Wing: Restrooms are located to the right of the main entrance on the 3rd floor. On the 4th floor, they are located to the north of the elevator.

North Wing: Restrooms are located on the 3rd and 4th floor..

Facilities for Persons with Disabilities

Parking: Parking spaces are available for individuals with permits in both the upper and lower lots.

Juror Parking for Persons with Disabilities: Please telephone the Office of the Jury Commissioner at (657) 622-7000 for information.

Restrooms: Accessible restrooms are located on the 1st, 3rd and 4th floors of the South wing.

Service Guide

Public Telephones are located in the South wing on the 1st floor, and in the Central wing on the 3rd floor.

Food: There are several fast food restaurants within walking distance. There is no food or drink allowed in the building. There are vending machines available for juror use.

Services for Persons with Disabilities

Information regarding ADA accommodations is available from any clerk's office.

Service animals are welcome.

Assistive Listening devices or computer-aided transcription systems for people with loss of hearing are available. American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreters are also available. If you know in advance that you will require a listening device, computer-aided transcription, or an ASL interpreter when you visit our courthouse, please fill out the Request for Accommodation form provided in the link below..

Mobility: Sheriffs will assist in directing and instructing witnesses, litigants and others to accessible court areas and in finding service alternatives. If you are participating in a trial or are a witness, please telephone our accommodation office at (657) 622-5649. Court staff will arrange for ramps or any assistance you may require.

Service Request and Suggestion Form

The judicial officers and administrative staff want to make court services and facilities accessible to all. Your requests and recommendations are welcome. Please complete a service request and suggestion form available in Administration, located on the 3rd Floor, Room 315. The form can be mailed to:

North Justice Center
ADA Coordinator
1275 N. Berkeley Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92832-0500

If you know in advance that you will require accommodation services use the Judicial Council form linked below.

Accommodation Services Request

One of the Court's goals is to contribute to the quality of life in the community by fairly and impartially administering justice in the most effective, efficient and professional manner possible.

The California Judicial Council has established a Rule of Court directing the method for requesting specific accommodation services to assist those participating in court proceedings. Forms to request accommodation are available at all public counters throughout the Courthouse. Forms can also be accessed at the Superior Court of California, County of Orange ADA Information Website. Click here to download the form titled, "Request for Accommodations" directly from the Judicial Council Website. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the forms. Click here to download Adobe Acrobat Reader . Suggestions and comments are always welcome. Please give completed request forms to staff at public assistance windows or mail to:

North Justice Center
ADA Coordinator 1275 N. Berkeley Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832-0500
Telephone: (657) 622-7769

The Superior Court would like to make your visit as pleasant as possible. The Court and Sheriff's Staff are available to assist you. Please feel free to ask for assistance or accommodation if you are having difficulty using our facilities.

Suggestions and comments are always welcome. Please visit our Superior Court Website at for
more information.

Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

The Superior Court of California, County of Orange, does not discriminate on the basis of disability on admission to, access to, or the operation of its programs, services, benefits or activities. Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding Court related ADA issues may be addressed to the Court ADA Site Coordinator. The ADA Site Coordinator will ensure that all complaints are investigated promptly and fairly. All complaints must be filed within ninety (90) days of the last alleged occurrence of discrimination.

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