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King County Courthouse

516 Third Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104

Driving Directions: 

From I-5 South: Take exit #165A toward James Street. Stay straight to go onto 6th Avenue. Turn right onto James Street. Turn left onto 3rd Avenue. The Courthouse is on the left.

From I-5 North: Take exit #164A for Dearborn Street toward James Street/Madison Street. Take the James Street exit. Turn left onto James Street. Turn left onto 3rd Avenue. The Courthouse is on the left.

Security Screening:
Everyone entering the courthouse is required to be screened at the Security Station. Please allow up to 10-15 minutes for security screening when you plan to arrive to the courthouse.

Chinook Building

401 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104

Driving Directions: 

From I-5 South: Take exit #165A toward James Street. Stay straight to go onto 6th Avenue. Turn right onto Jefferson Street. Turn left onto 5th Avenue. The Chinook Building is on the right.

From I-5 North: Take exit #164A for Dearborn Street toward James Street/Madison Street. Take the James Street exit. Turn left onto James Street. Turn left onto 5th Avenue. The Chinook Building is on the right.

Department of Permitting and Environmental Review

35030 SE Douglas Street Suite 210, Snoqualmie, Washington 98065 

Driving Directions:

From I-90 East or West: Take exit #25 for Snoqualmie Parkway. Turn north on WA-18 toward Snoqualmie Parkway (1.4 miles). Turn right onto SE Douglas Street. Travel one block. DPER is on the left.

Transportation

Public Transit:
A number of public transportation options are available:

Parking Downtown Seattle:
Street parking is a available for a fee up to two hours. There are also several pay parking options are available in the vicinity of King County buildings. This downtown Seattle Courthouse Area Map shows various pay parking options.