Sanger Courthouse619 “N” Street, Sanger, CA, 93657
Sanger Courthouse is located in Fresno County at 619 “N” Street, Sanger, CA 93657. It houses the Superior Court for Fresno County. The building was constructed in 1965.
The Sanger Courthouse is a four-story building that contains courtrooms, offices, and support facilities. The first floor of the courthouse contains the public entrance, lobby, and clerk’s office. The second floor contains courtrooms and offices for the District Attorney and Public Defender. The third floor contains courtrooms and offices for the Superior Court. The fourth floor contains support facilities such as the law library and jury assembly room.
The Sanger Courthouse is located in the heart of downtown Sanger, within walking distance of many government offices and businesses. It is adjacent to the Fresno County Administration Building and the Fresno County Jail. The courthouse is easily accessible by public transportation, with multiple bus lines stopping near the building. The courthouse is also within walking distance of the Sanger Amtrak station.
The Sanger Courthouse was designed by architect Charles Luckman and constructed by general contractor A.G. Spanos Companies. It is a steel frame structure clad in white marble. The building is four stories tall and contains a total of approximately 300,000 square feet of space.
The Sanger Courthouse opened on August 8, 1965. It cost approximately $5 million to construct. The building was originally designed to house 12 courtrooms, but had only 10 courtrooms when it opened. The building was expanded in 1971, adding two additional courtrooms.
The Sanger Courthouse has been home to the Superior Court for Fresno County since it opened in 1965. The courthouse handles a variety of cases, including criminal, civil, family law, probate, and small claims.