Dallas County Courts Building Closed Due to Water Leak

The George Allen Courts Building in downtown Dallas has closed immediately due to a significant water leak discovered on Tuesday morning. The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office announced the closure on Tuesday afternoon.

All court sessions and services within the building are postponed until further notice. The sheriff’s office advises those with scheduled court appearances or appointments to contact their assigned court directly to reschedule.

Efforts to resolve the issue are ongoing. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins released a statement detailing the extent of the closure. “Due to a water leak, floors 2-6 of the George Allen Courts Building will be CLOSED Wed. July 3rd through Fri. July 5th. The 1st floor is not affected by the leak & will remain open to employees & the public. Only the entrance off Jackson Street will be open during this time,” Jenkins said.

The situation remains fluid, and updates will be provided as more information becomes available. Those affected are urged to stay in contact with court officials for the latest rescheduling information.

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