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Greensboro Courthouses

Last updated: November 26, 2013

Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Highpoint are collectively known as “The Piedmont Triad,” a group of metropolitan cities connected by Interstates 40, 85, 73, and 74. The airport even borrowed the name, Piedmont Triad International Airport. With an estimated population of over 1.5 million residents, it’s the 33rd largest combined area in the U.S.

North Carolina’s state court system is divided into Superior and District court divisions. Together they make up the North Carolina Trial Court. Each county has it’s own courthouse.

If you’re going to court in “the Triad,” that is Guilford, Forsyth, Davidson, or Randolph counties, we’ve simplified it for you. Here’s a list of state and federal courthouses in the area.

State Courts

  • Guilford County - District 18 Courthouse

    201 South Eugene Street
    NC 27401

    Tel: (336) 412-7300

    Parking: Free parking for jurors is available in the Bellemeade Street Parking Deck, located at the corner of Bellemeade Street and N. Greene Street.

    Note: If you have a small claims matter (civil cases where the amount in controversy is $5000 or less) it will be heard in District Court. Here’s a useful guide through the process. If you have a criminal matter, the district attorney’s website contains valuable information.

  • High Point Court House

    505 East Green Drive
    High Point,
    NC 27261

    Tel: (336) 822-6700

    Parking: Free parking for jurors is available in the Guilford County parking garage, located on Park Street off East Commerce Avenue.

    Note: If you are in the area, try and visit the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park for a scenic lunch or a trip back in history.

  • Forsyth County-District 21 Courthouse

    200 N Main Street
    NC 27101

    Tel: (336) 779-6300

    Parking: This courthouse is located in downtown Winston-Salem. There are several pay parking lots in the area. The parking deck across the street only takes cash. You may wish to take public transportation or bike to court.

    Note: If you are feeling patriotic, head over to the Old Salem Museums and Gardens to witness living history.

Federal Courts

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