The following link provides an order entered into THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR KING COUNTY regarding the rules regarding press coverage in the courtroom. Press coverage rules:
How to Get There
The King County Courthouse is located between 3rd and 4th Avenues and Jefferson and James streets in the Pioneer Square District of downtown Seattle. Entrances to the courthouse are on 3rd and 4th Avenues. Courthouse area map Map
Taking the bus: Visitors to the courthouse are encouraged to use the metro bus system to avoid traffic congestion and parking difficulties. Many routes to downtown Seattle stop at or near the courthouse. Bus route information METRO trip planner
Driving directions Directions
Parking: Several parking lots are available on Fourth and Fifth Avenues, South of the courthouse. Discounts are given for all day parking and lots often fill early in the morning. There is no parking at or immediately adjacent to the courthouse.
Accommodations for people with disabilities
Superior Court follows state and federal standards for making reasonable accommodations at the King County Courthouse for people with disabilities. Assisted listening devices and American Sign Language interpretation are available from Interpreter Services, (206) 206-9358. For other assistance, call (206) 296-9100.
Childcare is not available at the courthouse.
A snack shop is located near the first floor entrance to the courthouse. Vending machines are available in jury assembly rooms on the 7th floor. A variety of restaurants are located in the Columbia Center at 4th Avenue and Cherry St. (two blocks north of the courthouse) and in the Pioneer Square area, west of the courthouse.
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