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Quincy District Court


Clerk’s Office
1 Dennis Ryan Parkway, Quincy, MA 02169


Clerk’s Office (617) 471-1650


Clerk's Office (617) 472-1924
Public WiFi
Transit friendly

Details   of Quincy District Court

Overview   of Quincy District Court

This court serves Braintree, Cohasset, Holbrook, Milton, Quincy, Randolph, and Weymouth.

Hours   for Quincy District Court

Monday - Friday:
8:30 am-4:30 pm

Parking   at Quincy District Court

There is public parking on the side and back of the courthouse. Visitors will have to pay a centrally located meter for the allotted time. The City of Quincy operates the meter. There is one hour on-street parking in front of the courthouse on Dennis Ryan parkway. There is also a public pay garage which does not have a name across from the courthouse that is accessible from Cottage Avenue.

Public Transportation

The Quincy District Court is accessible by the Red Line of the MBTA. The closest stop to the courthouse is the Quincy Center Station stop. You can also access the courthouse by the Greenbush Line and the Kingston/Plymouth and Middleborough/Lakeville line which both stop at the Quincy Center Station. The courthouse is also accessibly by the following bus routes of the MBTA: Bus 210, Bus 211, Bus 212, Bus 214, Bus 215, Bus 216, Bus 217, Bus 220, Bus 221, Bus 222, Bus 225, Bus 230, Bus 236, Bus 238 and Bus 245.

Services   at Quincy District Court

In addition to traditional District Court services, this location also includes:

Accessibility   at Quincy District Court

Please contact the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) coordinator below for more information about accessibility at this court location.

Rosanna Guarino  
Phone: (617) 471-1650 x138
Fax: (617) 376-4785 
Email: rosaria.guarino-galvin@jud.state.ma.us

Patricia McGill
Phone: (617) 984-4218
Email: patricia.mcgill@jud.state.ma.us

More info   for Quincy District Court

Judge's Lobby
Hon. Mark S. Coven, First Justice

Clerk's Office
Arthur H. Tobin, Clerk-Magistrate

Probation Department
Kimberly A. Gruenberg, Chief Probation Officer

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