The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Courts

Kings County

The New York State Unified Court System is committed to fully complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act by ensuring that all individuals with disabilities have full and equal access to the courts.

To find out who to ask for an accommodation, or to get information about accessibility in a specific court (including accessible entrances and services), select the court in the chart below.

Please ask for the accommodation at least a few days before you come to court.

For more information about getting an accommodation, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page (“Q. How Do I Request an Accommodation?”).




All Juror Requests, or, for the Kings County Clerk’s Office

360 Adams Street

320 Jay Street

141 Livingston Street

120 Schermerhorn Street

Supreme Court Civil Term

360 Adams Street

Supreme Court Criminal Term

320 Jay Street

Family Court

330 Jay Street

Criminal Court

120 Schermerhorn Street

Civil Court

141 Livingston Street
(Civil & Housing)

Surrogate's Court

2 Johnson Street

Redhook Community Justice Center

88-94 Visitation Place


For more information on ADA and the courts, please visit our ADA web pages.