BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. — A Baltimore County district courthouse will be relocated in the coming weeks for HVAC systems repair.
Officials said aging equipment and failing systems are the reasons behind the Towson District Courthouse to the new Catonsville District Courthouse, which is scheduled for Winter 2019/2020.
During the move, all Towson courthouse services, including the commissioner’s office will be moved to the temporary location for a six month period.
According to Maryland Court officials, the repairs could take up to six months to compete. An exact date for the move has not been announced at the moment.
The general public can email the court with questions, comments, and concerns about the temporary relocation to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to courthouse signage, FAQ sheets and transportation guides will be made available at all Baltimore County District Courthouses. You can also find more information online at https://mdcourts.gov/district/about/move.
Additionally, the courthouse is accessible to commuters via the Maryland Transit Authority (MTA) bus lines. For more information regarding bus routes and schedules, please visit the MTA website at https://www.mta.maryland.gov/schedule or call the MTA at 410-539-5000.