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Directions to the Wake County Courthouse

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From Raleigh:

  • Take Hwy 1-64 South towards Sanford to Cary Parkway exit (1st exit past Walnut St. exit)
  • At the stop light at the top of the exit ramp, turn left onto Cary Parkway and travel approximately 7/10ths of a mile to Tryon Road
  • Turn right onto Tryon Road and go approx. .7 miles to New Waverly Place on the left near the top of the hill (building on the left corner is a beige brick office building - 600 New Waverly Place and on the right corner is Precision Tune)
  • Turn left onto New Waverly Place and go to the second building on the left, 590 New Waverly Place (the first building is on the corner at 600 New Waverly Place)
  • Turn left into the parking lot and you will see 590 New Waverly Place to your left
  • Take the far left entrance door and our office is Suite 110 on the first floor on the left side as you enter the building

From Cary (Kildaire Farm Rd Headed South)

  • Take Kildaire Farm Road south to the Tryon Road intersection (Western Wake Hospital on the right at the corner)
  • Get in the far left lane and turn left onto Tryon Road heading east
  • Go .25 miles to New Waverly Place on the right (Precision Tune is on the right hand side at the corner of New Waverly Place)
  • Turn right onto New Waverly Place and go to the second building on the left, 590 New Waverly Place (the first building is on the corner at 600 New Waverly Place)
  • Turn left into the parking lot and you will see 590 New Waverly Place to your left
  • Take the far left entrance door and our office is Suite 110 on the first floor on the left side as you enter the building

Directions to the Wake County Courthouse

Parking at Courthouse

On US 1 and US 401 North (Capital Boulevard):
Travel south, cross over I-440 (the Beltline) and pass exits over Atlantic Avenue, Old Wake Forest Road, and Wade Avenue. As you pass the Peace Street exit you will be on the northern edge of downtown; the name of Capital Boulevard changes to Dawson Street. Proceed through the next six (6) intersections and the seventh intersection will be Martin Street. Turn Left, go 2 blocks to Salisbury Street, and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

On US 64 East (New Bern Avenue):
Travel West, cross over I-440 (the Beltline) and proceed into the downtown area. At Tarboro Street, the name of New Bern Avenue changes to Edenton Street. Proceed from Tarboro Street until the State Capitol is on your left; the next cross street is Salisbury Street. Turn Left, go 2 blocks to the intersection with Martin Street. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left after Martin Street.

On I-40 East:
Proceed North to the intersection with I-440 (the Beltline) and merge Left to take I-440 West; pass exits for Rock Quarry Road and Hammond Road, and exit Right onto Saunders Street and head toward the downtown area. Cross South Street, Lenoir Street, Cabarrus Street, Davie Street to the intersection with Martin Street. Turn Right, go 1 block to Salisbury Street and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

On U.S. 70 East and N.C. 50 South:
Proceed North to the intersection with U.S. 401, bear Right and continue. Cross under
I-440 (the Beltline) and proceed into the downtown area. The street you are traveling on is Saunders Street. Cross South Street, Lenoir Street, Cabarrus Street, Davie Street to the intersection with Martin Street. Turn Right, go 1 block to Salisbury Street and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

On U.S. 401 South:
Proceed North to intersection with U.S. 70 and N.C. 50, bear Left and continue. Cross under I-440 (the Beltline) and proceed into the downtown area. The street you are traveling on is Saunders Street. Cross South Street, Lenoir Street, Cabarrus Street, Davie Street to the intersection with Martin Street. Turn Right, go 1 block to Salisbury Street and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

On U.S. 1 South:
Proceed North to the intersection with I-440 (the Beltline) and turn Right to enter I-440. Pass exits for Gorman Street, Lake Wheeler Road, cross over South Saunders Street and exit right to get down to South Saunders Street. Turn Right to enter South Saunders Street and proceed North. Cross South Street, Lenoir Street, Cabarrus Street, Davie Street to the intersection with Martin Street. Turn Right, go 1 block to Salisbury Street and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

On U.S. 64 West:
Proceed East to intersection with U.S. 1 South; go under U.S. 1 and bear Left to merge with U.S. 1; proceed North to intersection with I-440 (the Beltline) and turn Right to enter I-440; pass exits for Gorman Street, Lake Wheeler Road, cross over South Saunders Street and exit Right to get down to South Saunders Street; turn Right to enter South Saunders Street. Proceed North and cross South Street, Lenoir Street, Cabarrus Street, Davie Street to the intersection with Martin Street. Turn Right, go 1 block to Salisbury Street and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

On I-40 West:
Proceed East and bear Right at intersection where I-440 goes Left; proceed on I-40 which is named Wade Avenue when it enters Raleigh. Cross Dixie Trail, Brooks Avenue, Canterbury Road, Oberlin Road, St. Mary's Street; pass under Glenwood Avenue; bear Right to leave Wade Avenue and merge with Capital Blvd. Pass Peace Street exit and you will be on the Northern edge of downtown; the name of Capital Blvd. changes to Dawson Street. Proceed through six (6) intersections and the seventh intersection will be with Martin Street. Turn Left, go 2 blocks to Salisbury Street and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

On U.S. 70 West:
Proceed East, cross under I-440 (the Beltline) and the street name of the road you are traveling on is Glenwood Avenue; pass Oberlin Road and St. Mary's Street, and proceed through Five Points intersection. Pass over Wake Avenue and immediately exit Right and enter Wade Avenue. Travel under Glenwood Avenue; bear Right to leave Wade Avenue, and merge with Capital Blvd.; pass Peace Street exit and you will be on the Northern edge of downtown; the name of Capital Blvd. changes to Dawson Street. Proceed through six (6) intersections and the seventh intersection will be with Martin Street. Turn Left, go 2 blocks to Salisbury Street and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

On N.C. 50 North:
Proceed South to intersection with U.S. 70 (which is named Glenwood Avenue); turn Left to travel on Glenwood Avenue; cross under I-440 (the Beltline); pass Oberlin Road and St. Mary's Street, and proceed through Five Points intersection. Pass over Wake Avenue and immediately exit Right and enter Wade Avenue. Travel under Glenwood Avenue; bear Right to leave Wade Avenue, and merge with Capital Blvd.; pass Peace Street exit and you will be on the Northern edge of downtown; the name of Capital Blvd. changes to Dawson Street. Proceed through six (6) intersections and the seventh intersection will be with Martin Street. Turn Left, go 2 blocks to Salisbury Street and turn Right. The Wake County Courthouse is the second building on the left.

Parking Near the Wake County Courthouse:
The Wake County parking deck is located at 216 W. Cabarrus St., on the corners of Davie, McDowell and Cabarrus streets. The nine-level deck (P1 through P9) has two entrances and three exits. Vehicular entrances are located on Cabarrus and Davie streets. Deck is operated by McLaurin Parking.

Note: There is a new parking deck and there is also a new Justice Center. (Family court is still held in the old Wake County Courthouse on Fayetteville Street).