Guilford County Courthouse in High Point CLOSED for first week of January
HIGH POINT, N.C. — The Guilford County Courthouse in High Point, North Carolina is closed the first week of January due to an issue with building repairs, officials announced Thursday.
The courthouse will reopen Jan. 11, 2021, county officials said.
The building closed after something went wrong during repairs of the building's water system, officials said. The Guilford County Courthouse had been having problems with the pressurized water lines used in the fire sprinkler system after one of the lines ruptured, officials said.
A fire sprinkler system that does not work properly is a safety hazard for county employees, according to the Guilford County Fire Marshall’s Office.
“It is Guilford County’s highest priority to ensure the safety and security of our staff and the public who utilize this building to conduct business daily,” Interim County Manager Robin Keller said. "County and Court personnel responded immediately and are well underway to get the building fully operational as soon as possible.”
Water mitigation experts working with contractors on the courthouse are optimistic the building will be open by mid-week.
The Guilford County Civil and Criminal Magistrate’s Office and the Family Justice Center in High Point are located in a separate part of the building and were not affected by the rupture. Those departments will remain open on their normal operating schedules, county officials said.
The Guilford County Security Department would like to let you know a few hints to make your visit to the courthouses easier.
Notice:Effective 2/3/14, cell phones, cameras, laptops, and other communication devices are prohibited in the courthouses except when a permit has been issued by a judge or in the case of a juror with a valid juror summons. Lockboxes are available at the entrances to secure cell phones and smaller items. Cost for the lockbox rental is a quarter. The replacement fee for lost keys is $20.
Visitors and jurors who are initially reporting for jury duty must process through the security screening area. This will include placing wallets, belts, coins, and other metal items in bins. Please leave unneeded metal objects, such as: scissors, tools with a shaft exceeding four inches, nail files, pocket knives, box cutters, pepper spray, etc. in your car or home. Be sure to take all items with you when leaving the screening area. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from being scanned with a magnetometer or metal detection device, please let an officer at the x-ray machine know before being screened.
Parking hints for the CourthousesGreensboro – If you plan to park in the main lot at the corner of Washington & Eugene Streets, you will need quarters for the meters. There is a change machine in the lot which will accept bills up to $5.00. If you expect to be in the courthouse for more than four hours, you may want to use the Greene Street Parking Deck at the corner of Greene and Washington. Handicapped citizens may park in one of the designated spaces in the main lot and use the entrance located off of Eugene Street.
High Point – All courthouse visitors must use the parking deck. If you are reporting for jury duty, paying a fine or other type of fee, have an appearance in court, are visiting someone at the detention facility or are in need of the Magistrate’s services; you must park in the parking deck. There are adequate amounts of handicap parking in the parking deck as well. All other parking areas are not for courthouse use and are subject to ticketing or being towed.
If you are unsure of where to report for court, call the Clerk of Court Office prior to your court date at one of the numbers below:
Greensboro Civil/Child Support (336) 412-7300
Greensboro Criminal/Traffic (336) 412-7300
Greensboro Superior Criminal (336) 412-7300
High Point- Civil/Child Support (336) 822-6700
High Point- Criminal/Traffic/Superior (336) 822-6700
To pay a ticket, go to www.payticket.org
For further information on courts, visit www.nccourts.org
For all jury service information, please call (336) 641-6680 and enter your juror number located on the front of your summons. Jurors may have cellphones and computers provided they produce a valid juror summons. Jurors are reminded to have their juror summons on them at all times while in the courthouse.
Operating hours for the Guilford County Courthouses are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding holidays.
If you have questions regarding security issues, please call us at (336) 641-3395. The Security console is manned 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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District 18 Guilford County Superior Court High Point
505 East Green Drive, High Point, NC 27262
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 2434, High Point, NC, 27261
Staff: Robert S. Albright, John O. Craig, III, Lindsay R. Davis, Jr., Catherine C. Eagles, Henry E. Frye, Jr.
Additional: James Douglas Henderson
- *Not location specific. Call, or visit the court's website if listed above.
- How was I chosen? - Jurors are picked at random from lists of registered voters, people with driver's licenses, or those with state issued ID cards.
- What are the exemptions? Depending on local laws and specific court policies, exemptions MAY include persons over age 70, and those having recently served on a jury (usually within 1-3 years depending on county policy). In the state of North Carolina, there are no automatic professional or government employee exemptions. If any of these apply to you, contact the court to verify they observe the exemption.
- Go to our Jury Duty FAQ page for more on exceptions, requirements, pay, dress code, and other questions you might have.
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To assist in the management of the pretrial inmate population in an attempt to stabilize the growing jail population.
To insure public safety by offering factual information to the Courts and facilitating communication between the jail and the court system.
- 1988: Jail Advisory Group (JAG) was established by Board of County Commissioners to address jail overcrowding
- 1991: #1 recommendation of JAG was the establishment of a pretrial release program
- July 1991: Pretrial Services opened with 4 staff serving Greensboro. Guilford County funded the program but the State managed the program by way of a contractual agreement
- 1994: Expanded services to High Point with the addition of 3 new staff
- 2007: Six new staff added to provide more case management
- 2011: Contractual agreement with State ends. Program became Court Services and is managed by the County
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