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How to get to the Jury Assembly Room

Use the following directions and pictures to help get to the Jury Assembly Room located at 375 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio

Over-head map of the area surrounding the Franklin County Court Complex.

Entrance to the Commissioner's Parking Garage on Fulton Street. This picture was taken from the south side of Fulton with one way traffic moving east to west (right to left). You may also enter the parking garage from the north side off of Mound Street.

These are the elevators in the Commissioner's Parking Garage. Please take the elevators to the 1st floor.

** The pedestrian bridge to the Municipal Court building will close as of February 17, 2020.

Follow the walkways to exit the parking garage and walk west towards S High Street. Cross High St to get to the entrance to the Franklin County Municipal Court.

Enter through the Security Station in the lobby. You may review prohibited items here.

Once through the Security Station, stay to your left and this will lead to you around the corner to the elevators.

Both elevator banks will take you to the 9th floor.

After exiting the elevator on the 9th floor, follow the signs to the Jury Commissioner.

Close up of the sign on the 9th floor near the elevators.

To get to the Jury Assembly Room, walk through the glass doorway.

The entrance to the Jury Assembly Room will be on your left.

Close up of the sign on the entrance to the Jury Assembly Room.

Looking over the Jury Assembly Room from the front entrance. Within the Jury Assembly Room, to your immediate left is the office of Jury Commissioner Tom Shields and Deputy Commissioner Lori Shannon.

This is the back lounge within the Jury Assembly Room with 8 Windows 7 PCs with large screen monitors connected to high speed internet and a non-broadcasting secure wireless network for jurors only.

If you have any questions, please contact the Jury Commissioner's Office at (614) 645-7726