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Photograph of the United States Middle District of Florida Orlando Courthouse

The Orlando Division is headquartered in downtown Orlando, Florida. It serves Brevard, Orange, Osceola, Seminole, and Volusia Counties.

Street Address: 

401 West Central Boulevard
Orlando, Florida 32801

Clerk's Office: 

The courthouse is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The clerk's office is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Both are open Monday through Friday, except on holidays.


The courthouse is wheelchair-accessible, with ramps on both sides of the main entrance, elevators, and a wheelchair-height counter in the intake office. Contact the clerk’s office if further accommodation is needed.

Private Space for Nursing Mothers: 

Private space is on the fourth floor in room 4-421. This space is available to lawyers, staff members, jurors, and members of the public anytime during regular clerk's office hours between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Food and Beverage: 

There are food and drink vending machines in the courthouse but no restaurant or cafeteria.

Lawyer Conference Room: 

Conference space for lawyers is on the fourth floor of the courthouse in room 4-421. The room includes a desk, chairs, a computer, a printer, a fax machine, WiFi, tables, a sofa, a microwave oven, and a Keurig coffeemaker.


There is no designated parking for the courthouse, but there are several pay-to-park lots and metered parking spaces nearby.


To ensure courthouse security:

  • No one may bring onto courthouse property a firearm, ammunition, explosive device, knife, pocket knife, chemical spray, or any other weapon.
  • Absent an exception, no one may bring a personal electronic device (for example, a cell phone, laptop computer, or tablet) beyond a courthouse's security checkpoint. For information on exceptions, see the court's policy regarding electronics in the courthouse in Local Rule 7.02.
  • Each visitor to a courthouse must present a valid official photo identification, such as a state identification, state driver license, federal identification, military identification, or current passport.
  • Each visitor to a courthouse must pass through a metal detector staffed by court security officers. If an alert sounds, a court security officer will scan the visitor using a handheld wand. The visitor must place personal items in a tray to be scanned by x-ray. If an item appears questionable, the visitor must identify the item and may have to leave the courthouse with it.

Smoking is prohibited inside the courthouse.

Courthouse Area Map: