PALM Beach front GARDENS — A broken drinking water pipe at the north county courthouse brought on flooding that pressured the making to close for the day Friday, a Palm Seashore County spokesperson claimed.
The 15th Judicial Circuit declared Friday morning that the courthouse, at PGA Boulevard and Campus Push in Palm Seashore Gardens, was closed for remainder of the day, with court docket gatherings to be held remotely when doable.
The Palm Beach front County Clerk of Courtroom recommended visitors to go to a single of its other locations, or to use the on line services page to fork out website traffic tickets and other fines, or to file paperwork or look for information.
The Clerk of Courtroom also has offices at the major courthouse in West Palm Seashore, the South County Courthouse in Delray Seashore and the West County Courthouse in Belle Glade.
The north county spot also properties the places of work of the Palm Beach County Tax Collector.
A publish on the 15th Judicial Circuit’s Twitter account reported that information with regards to courtroom events at the north county area up coming 7 days would be posted on the circuit’s website late Friday. All court docket locations will be closed Monday for the Martin Luther King, Jr. getaway.