Reporting For Jury Duty
To determine if you have to report for jury service, please view the online juror report instructions (NOTE: it may take several minutes for the page to load) or call the voice message (425.388.3410) after 5 p.m. the Friday before your jury service or at any time the weekend prior to your jury service. Typically jurors are asked to arrive no later than 8:10 a.m. however, reporting times can vary so it is important to check the reporting instructions. To avoid potential frustration please arrive on time. Jurors who arrive late may be turned away and will have to reschedule their jury service.
Jury Assembly Room
If your group number has been called for duty you will be instructed to report to the Jury Assembly Room (JAR) on your first day of service. The entrance to the courthouse is near the north of the building (close to Wall St. and Rockefeller Ave.). As you enter the building you will go through security then take the elevator or stairs to the 2nd floor. The Jury Assembly Room is directly west from the elevator or stairs. There is WiFi available and ample charging ports throughout the room. There is also a refrigerator and microwave oven available if you choose to bring your own lunch or snacks. Jurors are encouraged to bring reading material as waiting is inevitable and unavoidable.
Jurors may park in the county parking garage free of charge while serving as jurors. There is an entrance to the parking garage at Oakes Ave. or at Pacific Ave. Be sure to retain the ticket that you receive upon entry to the parking garage. The court validates juror parking throughout your service. Oversized-vehicle parking for vehicles over 6 feet 10 inches in height is available at the corner of Wall and Oakes in the Snohomish County Parking lot. This is an open lot with numbered parking stalls. The parking lot is accessed on Wall St. Jurors should leave the portion of their summons that says “juror parking permit” on the dashboard of their vehicle where it can be easily seen. Do not pay for parking, the parking permit allows you to park free of charge during your jury service. Do not park on the street around the courthouse. Parking near the courthouse is limited to 90 minutes and is strictly enforced by Everett Police Department.