TOWSON, Md. — There's been a lot of changes in Baltimore County's District Court buildings as of late.
After HVAC repairs closed it for nine-months, the Towson District Courthouse on E. Chesapeake Avenue will reopen October 13.
During that time, Judges and staff had been operating out of the new Catonsville District courthouse in the Rolling Cross Road Professional Park.
They will now all move back to Towson, while everyone from the old Catonsville District courthouse on Walker Avenue, moves in on October 19.
The Walker Avenue location will permanently close.
Here is where the three Baltimore County District Courts will be located.
- The new Catonsville District courthouse located at 1 Rolling Cross Road in Catonsville (Beginning October 19)
- The Essex District courthouse located at 8914 Kelso Drive in Essex; and
- The Towson District courthouse located at 120 E. Chesapeake Avenue in Towson (Beginning October 13)
Between 4:30 p.m. on October 9 and 7 a.m. October 13, commissioner services will be available only at the Essex District courthouse or the new Catonsville district courthouse.
From 4:30 p.m. on October 16 to October 19 at 7 a.m., commissioner services will continue at the Essex, Towson, and the new Catonsville District courthouses.
Beginning October 13, these commissioner services will be available at the Towson District Court.