Address: Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court is located at 8300 Haven Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730.
Direction from I-10 Freeway: To get to Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court from the I-10 Freeway: Take Haven Ave. Exit and travel north (towards the mountains). Travel north on Haven Ave. for approximately 2.5 miles. The court is located on the corner of Haven Ave. and Jersey Ave. on the right side of Haven.
Direction from I-215 freeway: To get to Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court from the I-215 freeway, exit Foothill Blvd and drive west on Foothill Blvd for approximately three miles. Turn left at Aspen street and drive Northbound on Aspen street for approximately one block.
Note: The courthouse is on the right side of Aspen street as you drive south. The courthouse is a four-story light colored building with two entrances; one entrance on the west side of the courthouse and one entrance on the east side the courthouse.
Parking: Parking is free at Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court. There is ample parking most days and two large lots are reserved for court parking (one parking lot directly to the east of the courthouse and one parking lot directly to the south-east of the courthouse).
Phone Numbers: Rancho Cucamonga criminal court general information phone number is 909-350-9764. Document control number is 909-285-3539, and facsimile for appeals number is 909-521-3576.
Hours: Rancho Cucamonga superior court lobby hours at from 8:00 to 4:00 Mon-Fri. These number may be affected by the current coronavirus pandemic. For the most current hours of operation it is best to call the clerk’s office directly at 909-350-9764.
Cities Served: The Rancho Cucamonga criminal court house serves San Bernardino County cities, including, but not limited to, the following: Bloomington, Rancho Cucamonga, Upland, Rialto, Montclair, Chino, Chino Hills, Ontario, Mt. Baldy, Lytle Creek, and more.
Note: Rancho Cucamonga superior court hears all manner of misdemeanor and felony charges. This includes all hearings related to misdemeanor and felony criminal charges, including arraignment (first appearance), preliminary hearings, bail motions, misdemeanor and felony trial, writs, probation and parole violations, post-conviction relief (seal and destroy arrest records, expungements, certificate of rehabilitation, etc.), extradition hearings, and more.
Note: A traffic ticket case arising out of Rancho Cucamonga, or surrounding areas, could be heard in Fontana Superior Court. This general occurs where the traffic citation is classified as an infraction at the filing stage (i.e. driving without a license, driving without insurance, etc.).
Dress Code: According to the court’s website, the acceptable dress code for the court is as follows: No shorts, bare feet, or crop tops. Business casual or other appropriate dress is required (jeans are acceptable so long as they are not cut into shorts). Keep in mind that if the judge decides you’re your clothing is inappropriate, you could be ordered to change your clothing before returning to court.
Note: Face masks are required in all areas of the court during the coronavirus pandemic.
Helpful Resources: San Bernardino District Attorney Rancho Cucamonga Division / San Bernardino County Inmate Locator / Rancho Cucamonga Superior Court (website).
For more information about Rancho Cucamonga Criminal Court, or if you are facing criminal charges, contact our criminal defense lawyers today for a free first visit, in-office, consultation. Our criminal defense lawyers practice exclusively in San Bernardino County and our Rancho Cucamonga Criminal Defense Lawyers have successfully handled many felony and misdemeanor cases in Rancho Cucamonga superior court.