Accessibility (ADA)

Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schoharie, Sullivan, & Ulster Counties

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.

If your case is in a court located in one of the counties listed above and you need an accommodation for a disability, contact the District Executive for the Third Judicial District: [email protected] or (518) 285-8300. If you are sending an e-mail, please put “ADA Accommodation Request” in the subject line.

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

For information about accessibility in a specific court, including accessible entrances and services, select the court in the chart below.

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



  Supreme / County
Other City Courts

Supreme Court, 16 Eagle Street, Albany

County Court, Judicial Center, 6 Lodge Street, Albany

30 Clinton Ave, Albany

Courthouse, 16 Eagle Street, Albany


Cohoes City Court, 97 Mohawk St., Cohoes

Albany City Court-Criminal Part, 1 Morton Ave, Albany

Albany City Court Traffic and Civil Courts, 24 Eagle Street, Albany

Watervliet City Hall, #2 15th Street, Watervliet





Multi-Bench, 401 Union Street, Hudson Valley

Hudson City Court, 701B Union Street, Hudson






Multi-Bench, 320 Main St, Catskill


Courthouse, 80 Second Street, Troy

1504 Fifth Avenue, Troy



Rensselaer City Court, 62 Washington St., Rensselaer

Troy City Court, 51 State Street, Troy





Multi-Bench, 290 Main Street, Schoharie



Supreme and County Courts 414 Broadway, Monicello

100 N. Street, Monticello

100 N. Street, Monticello


285 Wall Street, Kingston

16 Lucas Avenue, Kingston

240 Fair Street, Kingston

  Kingston City Court, 1 Garraghan Drive, Kingston


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