Tarrant County Court Parking
All the non-traffic criminal courts in downtown Fort Worth are located at 401 W. Belknap, Fort Worth, Texas, 76196, inside the Tim Curry Justice Center. This is also the location of the Central Jury Room. Provided below is information on Tarrant County Court Parking for individuals summoned to court for jury service or to appear in a criminal court.
There is no free parking near the Tim Curry Justice Center and parking meters fill up quickly. Below is a list of parking meters, lots, and garage close to the Tim Curry Justice Center and the hourly or daily rates for parking.
|Parking Location||Type||Cost||Distance from Courthouse||Typical full by:|
|Belknap Street Meters||Two-Hour Meters||$1.25/hour||Adjacent||7:30 AM|
|Weatherford Street Meters||Two-Hour Meters||$1.25/hour||Adjacent||7:30 AM|
|Taylor Street Meters||Two-Hour Meters||$1.25/hour||One to two blocks||8:00 AM|
|Throckmorton Meters||Two-Hour Meters||$1.25/hour||Three blocks||8:00 AM|
|Florence Meters||Four-Hour Meters||$0.75 per hour||Two to Three blocks||8:00 AM|
|First Street Meters||Ten-Hour Meters||$0.30 per hour||Seven blocks||9:00 AM|
|Second Street Meters||Ten-Hour Meters||$0.30 per hour||Five blocks||9:00 AM|
|Third Street Meters||Ten-Hour Meters||$0.30 per hour||Six blocks||9:00 AM|
|City Place Parking Garage (100 Throckmorton Street)||Garage||$15/day||Adjacent||--|
|501 Weatherford/200 West Second Street||Parking Lots||$20/day||Adjacent||--|
Tarrant County Juror Parking
You can use your jury summons or current juror badge and ride free on any T BUS/Trolley or even the TRE. Tarrant County jurors may park for free at La Grave Field located off North Main at 301 N.E. 6th Street, Fort Worth, Texas. A shuttle bus will transport jurors from LaGrave Field to the Tim Curry Justice Center. The route that runs from La Grave Field to Downtown is on Route 15. (It was formerly Route 1.) The buses run weekdays every 15 minutes from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM. If the court keeps you late and there are concerns you may not make it to the bus stop on time, the court will generally have the Sheriff’s Department drive you to your car.