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Public Notice

PUBLIC NOTICE

EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2020 - DUE TO THE CURRENT SITUATION THE COURTHOUSE WILL REMAIN OPEN, HOWEVER, FOR THE SAFETY OF THE PUBLIC AND COURTHOUSE STAFF ARE LIMITING PERSON TO PERSON CONTACT AND ASK YOU TO ASSIST US BY DOING THE FOLLOWING:
SEE ATTACHED NOTICE: PUBLIC NOTICE JULY 1 2020

Judicial Emergency Until July 13, 2020

NOTICE OF JUDICIAL EMERGENCY

Henry County’s Superior Court Chief Judge has declared a judicial emergency until July 13 at 11:59 p.m.

Judge Amero's and Judge Pipkin's court proceedings will be held online during the judicial emergency.

Judge Veal has cancelled all of her proceedings until July 13, 2020.

The Henry County Superior Courthouse remains open.

View the State Judicial Order: Download PDF

View the Henry County Order: Download PDF

ANNOUNCEMENT:

NOTICE OF JUDICIAL EMERGENCY

Chief Justice Harold D. Melton of the Supreme Court of Georgia has extended the declaration of statewide judicial emergency through July 12, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. 

View the Third Order Extending Declaration of Statewide Judicial Emergency here: Download PDF

Henry County Superior Court

Superior Court

Address: No. 1 Courthouse Square, McDonough, GA 30253
Tel: (770) 288-8022 / TTY: (770) 288-6818 
Court Docket Search

 


The historical Henry County Courthouse, built in 1897, is located on Highway 23/42 on the square in McDonough, Georgia. Parking is available for Courthouse business on Lawrenceville Street, 1/2 block off the Square (See Map).

The Henry County Courthouse was erected in 1823 and completed in 1897. It is a brick on masonry construction with metal and wood cornice. It was built for about $13,000 by Frank P. Heifner and designed by Golucke and Stewart.

Driving Directions

  • I-75 South - Exit 221, Jonesboro Road. Turn left go 5 miles to City of McDonough. Courthouse is on north side of Square.
  • I-75 North - Exit 218, Highway 20/81. Turn right go 5 miles to City of McDonough. Courthouse is on north side of Square.

Clerk of the Court

Welcome to the web site of the Clerk of Superior Court. I hope it will assist you in better understanding the court system and the functions of the Clerk’s Office. We are here to help you with filing, recording, and retrieving the various types of public documents that are filed here.

The office of the Clerk of Superior Court is an elected office. The Clerk of Superior Court is elected to administer the proper registration and retention of official documents. Included are civil and criminal proceedings, real estate and personal property transactions and various other vital records, as well as over-seeing administration of the jury system.

Barbara A. Harrison
Clerk of Superior Court