Courthouse in Los Angeles County, CA
Last updated at 2022-02-11T04:12:48.314Z
300 East Walnut Street, Pasadena CA 91101
Hours of operation
The Pasadena Courthouse is open on Monday through Friday, from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. The Pasadena Clerk's Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 am.
Up to $100
Clerk phone number
300 E Walnut St, Pasadena CA 91101
Average days to process
2-10 business days
Small claims info
Judge Beverly L. Bourne oversees the small claims court at the Pasadena Courthouse. The Hon. Beverly Bourne was appointed to the Los Angeles County Superior Court in 2013. After graduating from Pepperdine School of Law, Bourne served with the LA County Public Defender's Office as a paralegal and deputy public defender. Judge Bourne was recently re-elected to the LA County Superior Court in 2020.
The Pasadena Courthouse has a pay parking garage located at 240 Ramona St. Other close by parking lots are at Plaza Las Fuentes and the 200 N. Euclid St. Lot. A limited amount of metered street parking is available in the surrounding Pasadena area.
The busiest time of day at the Pasadena Courthouse is from 9 am to 10 am.
The best way to reach the Pasadena Courthouse by public transit is the Pasadena transit service. See here for up-to-date schedules and to plan your trip. The greater LA Metro system connects with the Pasadena Transit. The current closest stops to the court building are on Walnut Street & Garfield Ave.
The Pasadena Courthouse is located on East Walnut Street in the Downtown area of the City of Pasadena. The floor of the Pasadena Courthouse has colored lines assigned to its different departments. Upon entry, follow your assigned line color to reach the small claims department or clerk's office. The small claims office is on the first floor in Room 102, a short walk from security.
For coffee near the Pasadena Courthouse, head to Starbucks (a 2-minute drive away), Urthe Caffe, or Jones Coffee Roasters. For a quick bite, head to the casual burger place Lucky Boy at Walnut, Leberry Bakery & Donut, or Sweetgreen.
Generally, evidence are presented physically at the hearing in small claims suits. However, if you have a virtual hearing, courts will often require you to submit your evidence to court and to the defendant before your hearing date. Learn how to prepare and submit your evidence to court with this article.
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