Courthouse in San Joaquin County, CA
Last updated at 2022-02-11T04:12:49.225Z
315 W Elm Street, Lodi CA 95240
Hours of operation
The hours of operation for the Lodi Branch Department L-2 are Monday-Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. However, the Clerk's office is only open from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Up to $100
Clerk phone number
315 W Elm St, Lodi CA 95240
Average days to process
2-10 business days
Small claims info
The presiding judge is the honorable Carter Holly. Holly is a graduate of the University of California Hastings School of Law. Before being appointed to the bench, Holly worked in private practice, ultimately becoming partner at a firm. He has been serving as a judge in San Joaquin County since 1994.
There is a parking lot with parking available for visitors across from the L-2 building.
If taking public transit, the San Joaquin Regional Transit District provides lines and routes in the direction of the courthouse. For more information about the lines and routes provided by the San Joaquin Regional Transit District, go to the following url.
If driving on either I-5 North or I-5 South, exit on Highway 12 and then drive east towards Lodi, CA. Once at Church St., turn North and then drive in the same direction towards Elm St.. The Lodi Courthouse will be on on the West side of Elm St. If driving on either 99 North or 99 South, exit on Highway 12 and then drive west towards Lodi, CA. Once at Church St., turn North and then drive in the same direction towards Elm St. The Lodi Courthouse will be on the West side of Elm St.
If in need of a meal before or after going to the courthouse, consider dining at West Oak Nosh. West Oak Nosh serves German food and sandwiches. Located on W Oak St., West Oak Nosh is just an eight minute walk or two minute drive from the Lodi Department L-2 Courthouse. Additionally, California Al's Resturant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in a casual atmosphere. Located on West Lockeford St., California Al's Restuarant is a one minute drive or seven minute walk from the courthouse. If in search of a quick cup of coffee close by, House of Coffees is a local coffee shop that has been open since 1992. Located on N Ham Ln., House of Coffees is a 3 minute drive or 15 minute walk from the Lodi Courthouse.
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