Hours of Operation
The courthouse is open from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday, except court holidays.
Type of Cases Filed or Heard at this Location:
Evictions, Small Claims & Traffic
Public parking is located adjacent to the court facility on the south, east, and west sides of the building. Individuals with vehicles displaying a handicapped placard or license plate may park in any space.
The Moreno Valley Courthouse is located at 13800 Heacock Street, Bldg. D #201, Moreno Valley, Ca. 92553
The following departments are in the Moreno Valley Courthouse:
Department Floor MV1 2 MV2 2
Americans with Disabilities Act - Accommodations
The Moreno Valley Court consists of two adjacent buildings, one of which houses two courtrooms and the other, which houses a clerk’s office and other customer service programs. The main entrance to the court building is located on the second level of the complex, which is accessed by an exterior elevator located in the courtyard of the complex. The entrance to the adjacent clerk’s office building is also accessed by this exterior elevator.
All individuals seeking entrance to the courtroom building must pass through security screening which includes a metal detector (magnetometer). The screen device can accommodate a wheelchair of average size. Individuals with pacemakers or cochlear implants may request screening via a hand held wand from security screening personnel.
Public restrooms are located in the courtroom building and clerk’s office building. All have wheelchair accessible stalls and sinks. Entry doors to restrooms are not automated.
A wheelchair accessible drinking fountain is in the clerk’s office lobby.
Elevator cabs are equipped with Braille signage and emergency call features to accommodate those with seeing and hearing impairment.
The Moreno Valley Court is a two-building court complex that houses Departments MV1 and MV2. Both courtrooms have wheelchair accessible counsel tables. (Jury boxes and witness stands are not used in this court location.) There is space designated for wheelchairs in each courtroom audience area, each accommodating four wheelchairs.
Assistive listening devices are available for hearing-disabled individuals. Individuals anticipating the need to use hearing assisted devices are requested to notify the ADA Coordinator’s Office by completing Judicial Council Form MC 410 and submitting it to the ADA Coordinator’s Office as far in advance of the court date as possible and in any event no less than five (5) court days prior to the hearing.
If a printed transcript of a court hearing is required, please make arrangements to purchase one from the court reporter.
Individuals in need of sign language interpreters may request assistance through the Interpreter Coordinator’s Office. Individuals may request Computer Assisted Real-Time Transcription or CART assistance through the ADA Coordinator’s Office by submitting Judicial Council Form MC 410 to the Clerk’s Office or directly to the ADA Coordinator as far in advance of the court date as possible and in any event no less than five (5) court days prior to the hearing. Generally, sign language interpreters and CART reporters are provided to facilitate a hearing-disabled individual's participation in court proceedings, but they may be permitted to accompany an individual at other times to facilitate communication in court matters.
Clerk’s Office Accommodations:
The clerk’s office has designated one window to accommodate disabled customers. The window has a lowered, wheelchair accessible counter. A speech-generating device (NEO Text2Speech) is available upon request at the customer service window. Magnification devices are also available upon request to facilitate reading smaller print on court forms.
Items Not Allowed
Items Not Allowed in Court Facilities