Riverside district office
3737 Main Street, Suite 300
Riverside, CA 92501
Timothy Sanford-Wachtel, presiding judge
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|Court is in session:||8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. morning session
1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. afternoon session
|Injured worker workshop:||Held the first Tuesday of every month at 1:30 p.m.|
|Late for court?||E-mail us|
The court lobby opens at 8:00 a.m. five days a week (except holidays). Items may be date stamped and filed in the clerk’s office located on the 3rd floor.
Children should not be brought to court.
There are no judges available on Fridays to handle walk through items.
Getting to the court
- Metrolink’s Riverside Line (Riverside Downtown station) is located approximately one mile away.
- Riverside Transit Agency information, schedules and costs, including Route 50 “Jury Trolley.”
- Driving directions to the Riverside district office.
All visitors are required to check in at the security desk upon entry into the building. Security will ask everyone in your group to sign in and show a picture I.D.
If building management and/or building security determine that the floor the district office is located on has reached capacity, members of your party may be asked to wait in the food court on the ground floor until your hearing has concluded.
Parking in downtown Riverside during normal business hours is limited to curbside meters and city-managed lots and garages. Please refer to the downtown Riverside parking facilities map for more information.
A small lot is located on University at the Main Street light (crosswalk).
There is a parking garage on Market Street between University & Mission Inn Boulevard. The first 90 minutes of parking is free at this facility. Exit the back entrance of the garage, entrance to California Tower straight ahead.
Located on Main Street directly across from the California Tower, the Historic Mission Inn hosts various restaurants and confectioners.
The Main Street promenade contains a food court with a number of low cost eateries.