Court Locations, Parking & Access
Hall of Justice Law and Justice Center
Both courts are located on the east side of Union Avenue, between Texas and Delaware Streets. A parking garage is located adjacent to the Solano County Government Center, which is located at the corner of Texas and Jefferson Streets. Limited time zone parking is also available directly in front of the Hall of Justice.
Parking for the disabled is located at the intersection of Texas and Washington Streets (501 Texas Street). Vehicles must display appropriate State issued placard.
Parking lots in the Downtown Business areas are privately owned and are reserved for merchants and their customers. We appreciate your cooperation in respecting the downtown businesses and encourage you not to park in privately owned lots.
Both buildings are wheelchair accessible. There are ramps on either side of the entrance to the Hall of Justice. Ramp access to the Law and Justice Center is via the main entrance door facing Union Avenue. There are elevators in all three buildings and each building has wheelchair accessible restrooms.
All visitors to the Superior Court of Solano County are required to pass through our security system (metal detectors) when entering the court buildings.
Solano Justice Center
321 Tuolumne St. Vallejo, CA 94590
The Vallejo branch court is located on the west side of Tuolumne Street, with the nearest cross street being Virginia Street. The parking lot may be entered either from Tuolumne Street (main entrance) or Virginia Street. Upon entering the parking lot from Tuolumne Street, the court is on the left and the health & social services building is on the right. There is disabled parking immediately behind the health & social services building.
The court is wheel chair accessible. There is wheel chair access from the entrance drive to the sidewalk near the front of the court (closest to Tuolumne Street) marked by a crosswalk on the entrance driveway. A wheel chair ramp may be found at that location, which leads to the main entrance to the court. The entrance has a sliding door, which is open during business hours. Should the door be closed, it is motion sensitive, and is automatically activated upon being approached. The restrooms are wheel chair accessible, although the doors are manually operated swinging doors. All court activities are conducted on the ground floor of the building.
All visitors to the Vallejo branch court must pass through a security system, which includes a metal detector. Various weapons, knives and chemicals are prohibited.
Please do not bring such items to the court, as there is no provision for storing them temporarily*
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