Court Parking and Directions

Info from Portland Family Attorney Ronald Allen Johnston

To assist clients and potential clients, Portland family lawyer Ronald Allen Johnston has provided directions and parking information for Oregon family courts. If you have questions, contact us for information.

Clackamas County Courthouse:

807 Main Street, Oregon City, Oregon 97045 directions

Parking: 2 hour metered parking is usually available nearby. Very limited 8 hour metered parking is available two  blocks N of courthouse.  A municipal parking lot with plenty of long term parking is available on Main Street and 14th, about 6 blocks N of the courthouse.

Marion County Courthouse:

100 High Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97301 directions

Parking: Metered street parking

Multnomah County Courthouse:

1021 SW Fourth Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97204 directions

Parking: Metered street parking is available at downtown rates. There is a “Smart Park” municipal garage on 4 avenue two blocks N of the Courthouse.

Washington County Courthouse:

145 NE Second Avenue, Hillsboro, Oregon 97124 directions

Parking: 2 hour street parking generally available close to the courthouse. There is no long term street parking available.  Long term parking is sometimes available at the county parking lot W of the Courthouse.  Parking is available on the upper floors of the Tri-Met parking facility at 1st and Adams, about two blocks S of the Courthouse on 1st Avenue.  There are 2 two security entrances to the Washington County Courthouse:  The “Justice Building” entrance on 1st Avenue and the “Courthouse” entrance on 2nd Avenue.  If your courtroom is denominated “C”, it is in the old Courthouse.  If denominated “J”, it will be in the Justice Building


All courthouses have airport style security.  Be prepared and dress and carry items accordingly.  Some courthouses have lockers to store prohibited items, but other courthouses do not.  Courthouse security lines can sometimes be long, particularly at peak periods.  Give yourself plenty of time to clear security on your court date.

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