25. Where do I park?
Do not park at a meter or in a reserved parking space. You will not have an opportunity to move your vehicle, and the court cannot reimburse parking fines. Reasonable parking fees are reimbursed, but you will need to be prepared to pay to park. Please park at one of the following parking garages when you report for jury service:
Limited visitor parking is available from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the federal parking garage in spaces 1-55, which include four handicapped spaces. Enter visitor parking between 16th and Centennial Mall Streets on "N" Street. All other parking spaces in the garage are reserved, so your car may be towed if you park anywhere except in spaces 1-55. If you park in the visitor parking, write your name, license plate number, and parking stall number in the record book near the security station on the first floor of the federal building.
Do not park at a parking meter. You will not be able to move your vehicle throughout the day, and the court cannot reimburse parking fines if you should get a ticket or be towed. The court will mail you additional parking information before your jury service begins.
|North Platte:||A parking lot is available across the street from the U.S. Post Office and Federal Building on the south side, along East 2nd Street between North Bailey Avenue and North Chestnut Street. Do not park along the street in a two-hour parking space. You will not be able to move your vehicle throughout the day, and the court cannot reimburse parking fines if you should get a ticket or be towed.|