150 Garnett Street SW • Atlanta, GA 30303 • (404) 658-6940
DIRECTIONS & SECURITY PROCEDURES
Directions & Parking
Interstate 75 and 85 Southbound
Exit at #248A, Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive exit. Go straight to the 5th traffic light and turn left onto Pryor Street. Go to the 3rd traffic light and turn left onto Garnett Street. Municipal Court is the building on the right.
Interstate 75 and 85 Northbound
Exit at #246, Fulton Street/Central Avenue exit. After passing the 2nd traffic light, turn left onto Garnett Street. Municipal Court is the building on the left.
Interstate 20 Eastbound
Exit at #56B, the Windsor and Spring Street exit. Go straight to the 3rd traffic light and turn left onto Central Avenue. After passing the 1st traffic light, turn left onto Garnett Street. Municipal Court is the building on the left.
Interstate 20 Westbound
Exit at #58A, Hank Aaron Drive exit (formally Capitol Avenue). Turn right at the light onto Hank Aaron Drive, At the 1st light turn left onto Memorial Drive and proceed to the 2nd traffic light and turn right onto Central Avenue. Immediately get into the lane and turn left onto Garnett Street. Municipal Court is the building on the left.
MARTA (Garnett Street Station)
The MARTA Garnett Street Rail Station is located at 225 Peachtree Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30303. It is one block west of the court which is on Garnett Street on the other side of the City of Atlanta Pretrial Detention Center . Visit MARTA online for more information on rail schedules, etc.
To get to the court from the Garnett Street Station exit the station from the Trinity Avenue side (upper level). Go right on Trinity and cross over Peachtree Street. Continue until you reach Pryor Street and go right. Follow Pryor Street to Garnett Street and the Municipal Court building entrance will be on your on the left. The court is located at 150 Garnett Street.
Parking is available at several paid parking lots in the vacinity and a limited amount of spaces may be available on Garnett Street (pay required at central parking meter).
All entrance to the Lenwood A. Jackson, Sr. Justice Center is monitored by security. Visitors are asked to enter through the magnetometer after placing personal items such as handbags, briefcases, portfolios, umbrellas and packages on a conveyor belt for x-ray inspection. Other smaller items such as coins, metallic jewelry, belt buckles, cell phones and PDAs should be placed in a basket before passing through the magnetometer. A hand scan and extensive pat down will be conducted if you alarm the metal detector or are referred to additional screening.
The following are examples of items prohibited at the court. The general public will not be admitted with: any type firearm, knives, tools or sharp objects that can be used as weapons and mace or pepper spray. Please leave any items you are unsure about at home or in your vehicle.