Richard H. Chambers U.S. Court of Appeals
For the public
7 a.m.–5 p.m. weekdays, except federal holidays
Parking available for the general public conducting official government business at the courthouse. No overnight parking is allowed. Metered street parking is nearby.
Public transportation is available via Pasadena Transit.
All visitors are required to clear airport-style security located on the first floor and comply with rules and regulations governing conduct on federal property. ADA access available.
Vending machines, Floor 1
7 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays
See Fine Art
Set on the crest of a steep hill overlooking the Arroyo Seco, the Richard H. Chambers U.S. Court of Appeals building towers over its setting and dominates the view from across the Arroyo. Originally built as a hotel during the late stages of Pasadena’s great resort hotel age, the main building was constructed in two sections – the two-story north wing, in 1920, and the six-story bell tower with flanking wings, in 1930. Both the 1920 and the 1930 sections were designed in the Spanish Colonial Revival style with a skillful interplay of stucco walls, arched openings, and terra-cotta tile roof.
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For our tenants
7 a.m. -5 p.m. weekdays
Give minimum 24-hour notice ahead of moves, guard required.