Common Pleas Court-General Division
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO
Fairfield County Hall Of Justice - Directions to the Court
The Fairfield County Common Pleas Court is located in The Hall of Justice building at 224 E. Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio.
From the North: Route 33 heading East: turn left at Route 22 (Main Street). Follow Route 22 (Main Street) through the fourth stop light (at High Street/ Route 37). The Hall of Justice is the second building on the right side of the street.
From the South: Route 33 heading West towards Columbus: turn right at Route 22 (Main Street). Follow Route 22 (Main Street) through the fourth stop light (at High Street/ Route 37). The Hall of Justice is the second building on the right side of the street.
From the West: Route 22 East to Lancaster. Route 22 will turn into Main Street in downtown Lancaster. Continue on Main Street, The Hall of Justice is the second building on the right side of the street after crossing the intersection of High Street and Main Street.
From the East: Route 22 West to Lancaster. Route 22 will turn into Main Street in downtown Lancaster. Continue on Main Street, past the intersection with Maple Street, The Hall of Justice will be on the left side of the street at the intersection of Main Street and Pearl Avenue.
224 East Main Street
Lancaster Ohio, 43130
Hours of Operation:
8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
A small public parking lot is available across the street from the Fairfield County Court of Common Pleas accessible from Pearl Avenue.
Public Parking Lot at the
Corner of Main Street and Pearl Avenue
During Jury trials, parking spaces become sparse. There is time limited street parking available, for half hour intervals, along side the Hall of Justice and further east of the Hall of Justice there is street parking that is not limited. Time Limited Parking along the Hall of Justice is strictly enforced. Other public parking can be located on this map.
Access for the Disabled
The Fairfield County Court of Common Pleas is required by law to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
The Hall of Justice Building is equipped with a ramp at the Main Street entrance. For security purposes entry is at the Main Street entrance only. The four level building is also equipped with an elevator accessible at each floor. Handicap accessible restroom facilities are available on the fourth floor.
Please contact the Court for more information or if requesting specific accommodations.
Weapons Screening and Security
All visitors to the Fairfield County Court of Common Pleas must enter the building using the first floor Main Street entrance at the front of the building. This entrance is secured with electronic screening devices to assure your safety and the safety of all others who enter the Hall of Justice. Please be prepared to have a security officer examine your belongings for security purposes. Handicapped persons or those requiring special assistance may use the handicapped entrance.