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Riverside Hall of Justice

4100 Main Street
Riverside, CA 92501

Matters Served:


Limited Phone Hours: The clerk’s office phone hours at this location are 7:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Monday - Friday (except court holidays).

Public Viewing Computer(s) Available? Drop Box Available?*
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* Drop boxes are available at this court facility until 4:00 p.m., excluding weekends and court holidays. Documents deposited in a drop box after 4:00 p.m. will be processed the next court day. (see Cal. Rule of Court, rule 2.210) (external site )


This location has special instructions or designated parking for Jury Service. Click the button below for more information about Jury Service Parking.

HOJ Jury Parking

Parking is metered on the city streets and handicapped spaces are not designated, but individuals with vehicles displaying a handicapped placard or license plate may park in any space, free of charge.

Street metered parking in downtown Riverside on Main Street currently costs 25 cents per 10 minutes, up to four hours max at a time.

Parking structures are located at 3535 12th Street, 4090 Lemon Street, or 3964 Orange Street. Various city lots (scattered throughout downtown Riverside) click here for map and pricing.


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Americans with Disabilities Act - Accommodations (ADA)

Building Accommodations:

Entrances to the building are located on Eleventh Street (Palm Court) and Twelfth Street, and are accessible from the wheelchair ramp located on the north side of the building on Main Street.

All individuals seeking entrance to the facility must pass through security screening which includes a metal detector (magnetometers). Screening devices can accommodate wheelchairs of average size. Individuals with pacemakers or cochlear implants may request screening via a hand held wand from security screening personnel.

Public restrooms are located on the second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth floors of the building and can be accessed by using one of the four public elevators located in the lobby. Restroom doors are not equipped with handicapped door activation buttons, but all restrooms have wheelchair accessible stalls and sinks.

A wheelchair accessible drinking fountain is located on the second floor of the building in a hallway near the elevators.

Smoke detectors and fire alarm systems are equipped with strobe lights.

Elevator cabs are equipped with Braille signage and emergency call features to accommodate those with sight or hearing disabilities.

Courtroom Accommodations:

The Hall of Justice is situated in downtown Riverside, across from the Riverside Historic Courthouse. The Hall of Justice houses 21 criminal courtrooms, all of which are wheelchair accessible. Handicapped door activation buttons are located on courtroom doors. Two wheelchair accessible jury deliberation rooms, each with its own accessible, private restroom, are located on the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth floors. Four public elevators are located in the first floor lobby area. The Jury Assembly Room is located on the second floor.

Assistive listening devices are available for hearing-disabled individuals. Individuals anticipating the need to use hearing assisted devices are requested to notify the ADA Coordinator’s Office by completing Judicial Council Form MC 410 and submitting the form to the Court's Human Resource Department as far in advance of the court date as possible and in any event no less than five (5) court days prior to the hearing.

If a printed transcript of a court hearing is required, please make arrangements to purchase one from the court reporter.

Individuals in need of sign language interpreters may request assistance through the Court's Human Resource Department. Individuals may request Computer Assisted Real-Time Transcription or CART assistance through the ADA Coordinator’s Office by submitting Judicial Council Form MC 410 to the ADA Coordinator in as far advance of the court date as possible and in any event no less than five (5) court days prior to the hearing. Generally, sign language interpreters and CART reporters are provided to facilitate a hearing disabled individual's participation in court proceedings, but they may be permitted to accompany an individual at other times to facilitate communication in court matters.

Clerk’s Office Accommodations:

The clerk’s office is located on the first floor of the building. One area of the customer service counter is lowered for access by customers in wheelchairs. A speech-generating device (NEO Text2Speech) is available upon request at any customer service window. Magnification devices are also available upon request to help customers read smaller print on court forms and fill out forms.

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Monday - Friday: 7:30 am-4:00 pm