Courthouse in Los Angeles County, CA
Last updated at 2022-02-11T04:12:49.607Z
1427 West Covina Parkway, West Covina CA 91790
Hours of operation
The West Covina Courthouse is open on Monday through Friday, from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. The West Covina Clerk's Office is open Monday through Friday, from 8:15 am to 4:30 am.
Up to $100
Clerk phone number
1427 West Covina Parkway, Rm 107, West Covina CA 91790
Average days to process
2-10 business days
Small claims info
The judge overseeing the small courts division of the West Covina Courthouse is the Hon. Judge Donna Hollingsworth Armstrong. She was appointed to the Superior Court of Los Angeles County in 2014, and was re-elected in 2020. Hollingsworth Armstrong graduated from Southwestern University School of Law. For thirteen years she served in the LA District Attorney's Office as a criminal prosecutor.
The busiest time at the West Covina Courthouse is at 9 am.
The best way to get to the West Covina courthouse via public transit is through the Foothill Transit bus line. See here for most current schedules and to plan your trip. The closest FT stop to the West Covina court is on West Covina Pkwy and Toluca Ave. FT routes connect with the J Line of the LA Metro bus.
The West Covina Courthouse is located on Covina Parkway and Sunset. It is a mostly one-story building with brick accents. The small claims clerk's office is situated on the first floor in Room 107. After entering the court and passing through security, the small claims office is just left of the busy traffic division.
For coffee near the West Covina Courthouse head to Cafe Valer or Starbucks on Vincent Ave. Quick options for food include the popular Porto's Bakery, mediterranean-style Mezzaterranean, and Chipotle.
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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