The 16th Judicial Circuit (Kane County) is comprised of the Kane County Judicial Center, Kane County Courthouse, Kane County Juvenile Justice Center, and three branch court locations.
This survey reflects the Kane County Judicial Center and the adjacent Kane County Juvenile Justice Center only. (the main courthouse) See other surveys for the Kane County Courthouse and branch courts.
There is a cafe within the cafeteria located on the lower level of the building. Food and beverages are not allowed outside of the cafeteria. See also: Food
Child Waiting Room
The Children's Waiting Room is located in the Lower Level of the Kane County Judicial Center. It is a secure area staffed by professional child care workers, and freely open M–Th 8:45 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. and Friday 8:15 a.m. – 1 p.m. The Children's Waiting Room accepts children from infant to age 12 whose parents have court business in the Kane County Judicial Center.
Photocopiers, printers, and a mobile device charging station, are available.
Court Disability Coordinator
Administrative Assistant – Office of the Chief Judge
In the Law Library, two online public access terminals have scanners associated with them for e-filing purposes. Law Library staff or an Illinois Justice Corps Fellow are on site to assist with e-filing see also: Law Library
Vending machines are located within the cafeteria on the lower level of the building. Food and beverages are not allowed outside of the cafeteria. See also: Cafe
The Kane County Judicial Center and Juvenile Justice Center have free parking lots for their facilities, as well as being designated stops for the PACE bus system.
Free wi-fi throughout the building. There are four public access computers with open internet in the law library. Two have scanners attached. Printing is available at 15 cents per page.
Go to Court Administration, CR 301 for directions and a key
Language Access Justice Plan
The Kane County Law Library & Self Help Legal Center is located on the 2nd floor. The law library is staffed by two librarians and a library para-professional, and hosts an Illinois Justice Corps Fellow. You may reach the library by phone, chat, email, or dropping by M, T, Th, F 8:30am-4:30pm, W 8:30am-7:00pm. Staff is available to assist with Zoom court, efiling, research, finding forms, and to answer general procedural questions. https://www.kclawlibrary.org/
Illinois JusticeCorps Fellow
Mobile Devices Allowed
Kane County Law Library & Self Help Legal Center (2nd floor) 15 cents per page. See also: Law Library
The Legal Self Help Center is part of the Kane County Law Library & Self Help Legal Center and is housed within the Kane County Judicial Center.