Brockville Courthouse Organization

In Brockville the Superior Court of Justice (which hears serious criminal matters, all family matters, and all civil matters including small claims) and the Ontario Court of Justice (which hears less serious criminal matters and appeals of provincial offences) are co-located at 41 Courthouse Square. 

A separate provincial offences courthouse is located just around the corner from the main courthouse. 

Brockville Courthouse Directions

Heading southwest on the Highway 401, take exit 696 for County Road 29 toward Brockville/Smiths Falls. In 500m, turn left onto County Rd 29 (signs for County Road 29 S/County Road 2/Downtown) and finally turn left onto John Ross Matheson Way. After 1.5km, courthouse will be located on the left.  

Brockville Courthouse Parking

There is short term free parking available on the street right in front of the courthouse in addition to parking meters. Longer term parking is available on more remote streets, and at a municipal parking lot down by the marina.

Brockville Courthouse Hours and Setup

Courthouse hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Walking through the main front doors, duty counsel office is to the right, and the court clerk's offices are to the left. All courtrooms are located at the back on the first and second floors, in the more modern addition to the original building. 

There is currently no security screening. 


Brockville Superior Court of Justice & Ontario Court of Justice

41 Courthouse Square, Brockville, Ontario
K6V 7N6


Leeds Grenville Provincial Offences Court

32 Wall St., Brockville, Ontario


We May Be Able to Accept Your Criminal Legal Aid Certificate in Brockville

We accept Legal Aid Ontario (LAO) Certificates for Brockville in appropriate cases. Gordon Scott Campbell is a member of the LAO's Extremely Serious Criminal Matters Panel. Both he and Karen Kernisant are members of LAO's Criminal Law Panel.