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Lowell Juvenile Court
Details of Lowell Juvenile Court
Overview of Lowell Juvenile Court
Care and Protection cases are heard in Cambridge. Delinquency, Youthful Offender, Adult Criminal, Harassment, and Child Requiring Assistance cases are heard in Lowell.
Hours for Lowell Juvenile Court
Monday - Friday:
8:30 am-4:30 pm
Parking at Lowell Juvenile Court
There is daily rate parking available at garages on Chelmsford St. and Middlesex St. and Thorndike/Gallagher St. (near the train station). There is some metered and non-metered on-street parking on the surrounding streets.
Parking is available at the Lower Locks municipal garage at 90 Warren Street to handle overflow. The Route 2 Belvidere bus stops close to this garage and the courthouse on its inbound trip. The outbound stop is a block up on Appleton Street.
As of March 9, 2020, the Lowell Regional Transit Authority (LRTA) will add a bus stop to the Route 18 Downtown Shuttle. This additional stop on the outbound trip from the Gallagher Terminal will be located at the corner of Middlesex Street and the Lord Overpass across the street from the courthouse.
The shuttle will run every 15 minutes from 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Gallagher Terminal is the hub for MBTA Commuter Rail and LRTA bus service throughout Lowell and surrounding communities. To return to the Gallagher Terminal, there is a bus stop on Middlesex and Canal Street. The courthouse is within walking distance of this terminal. The LRTA bus tracker site can be accessed here.
Accessibility at Lowell Juvenile Court
Please contact one of the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) coordinators below for more information about accessibility at this court location.
Phone: 617-494-4110 x226
Phone: 617-494-4110 x258
For assistance, please contact the Office of Jury Commissioner at 1-800-THE-JURY (843-5879) or JurorHelp@jud.state.ma.us
More info for Lowell Juvenile Court
Hon. Gloria Y. Tan, First Justice
Elizabeth Sheehy, Clerk-Magistrate
Stephen Allsopp, Chief Probation Officer