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Court Name:
Strafford County Superior Court
Court Type:
Superior Court
State:
NH
County:
STRAFFORD
Street Address:
259 County Farm Rd.
City:
Dover
Zip Code:
3820
Phone:
855-212-1234
Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00AM - 4:00PM
Judge:
Hon. Mark E. Howard 
Clerk:
Kimberly T. Myers
Parking:
There is a large lot in front of the courthouse. Parking for disabled jurors is located in the front of the building nearest the left front entrance.
Directions:
From downtown Dover: Take Sixth Street North past Liberty Mutual. Take a left onto County Farm Road. The courthouse is approximately 1 mile down the road on the right, in an open field.From Somersworth: Take High Street/Route 9 towards Dover. Travel through Weeks’ Crossing and over Spaulding Turnpike towards Sixth Street. Take a right onto Sixth Street. Travel on Sixth Street for approximately 1 mile. Take a left onto County Farm Road. The courthouse is approximately 1 mile down the road on the right, in an open field.From points north: Take Route 16/Spaulding Turnpike South, through tollbooth in Rochester (50 cents) to Exit 9 (Dover/Somersworth). At stoplight at the end of the ramp take a left onto Sixth Street Extension. At next light take a right onto Sixth Street. Travel on Sixth Street for approximately 1 mile. Take a left onto County Farm Road. The courthouse is approximately 1 mile down the road on the right, in an open field.From Maine or Massachusetts: Take Interstate 95 towards Portsmouth, and exit onto the Spaulding Turnpike. Travel North on Spaulding Turnpike through Dover tollbooth (50 cents) to Exit 9 (Dover/Somersworth). On exit ramp, bear left to a stoplight. Turn left at light onto Sixth Street Extension. Travel over the highway and through another stoplight. At next light turn right onto Sixth Street. (There are signs along the way directing you to the courthouse). Travel on Sixth Street for approximately 1 mile. Take a left onto County Farm Road. The courthouse is approximately 1 mile down the road on the right, in an open field.From Concord: Take Route 4 East. At stoplight in Northwood, take a left onto Route 202/Route 9. Stay on Route 9 (Route 202 splits off towards Rochester) for approximately 9 miles to a stoplight in Barrington near Calef’s General Store. Travel through the stoplight and continue on Route 9 until you reach the intersection with Route 155 in Dover. At the light take a left. Get on the Spaulding Turnpike North. Take Exit 9 (Dover/Somersworth). Bear left on exit ramp to a stoplight. Turn left at light onto Sixth Street Extension. Travel over the highway and through another stoplight. At next light, turn right onto Sixth Street. (There are signs along the way directing you to the courthouse). Travel on Sixth Street for approximately 1 mile then take a left onto County Farm Road. The courthouse is approximately 1 mile down the road on the right, in an open field. Shortcut from Concord (will save you 5-10 minutes): From stoplight near Calef’s in Barrington, continue on Route 9 for another 3 miles. Take a left after Madbury Reservoir onto French Cross Road. At the end take a right onto Tolend Road. After approximately ½ mile, take a left onto Watson Road. At the end, take a left onto County Farm Road. Courthouse is approximately a mile down the road on the right, in an open field.From Manchester: Take Route 101 East. Take Exit 7 at Epping onto Route 125 North. From Route 125 look for a blinking yellow light at intersection with Route 155. Take a right onto Route 155. Stay on Route 155 through Lee (watch closely for route signs, since there are a few quirky turns) and Madbury and Dover. Eventually you will come to the Spaulding Turnpike, just after a stoplight at the intersection of Route 155 and Route 9. Get on the Spaulding Turnpike North. Take Exit 9 (Dover/Somersworth). On exit ramp bear left to a stoplight. Turn left at light onto Sixth Street Extension. Travel over the highway and through another stoplight. At the next light turn right onto Sixth Street. (There are signs along the way directing you to the courthouse)Travel on Sixth Street for approximately 1 mile the take a left onto County Farm Road. The Courthouse is approximately 1 mile down the road on the right, in an open field.From the west: Take the easiest route to Manchester or Concord and follow directions from there.
Restrictions:
There is a dress code for jurors. Do not wear torn clothing, shorts, cut-offs, tee shirts, tank tops or clothing with slogans or written expressions. Your clothes should be neat, clean and comfortable.
Forms and Filing:
https://www.courts.nh.gov/resources/forms-and-fees
Divisions Services:
https://www.courts.nh.gov/our-courts/superior-court
Languages:
Multiple
Special Access:
Under state and federal law, a service animal is allowed to accompany a disabled individual in all areas of the building where court users are normally allowed to go. Please be advised that a service animal is a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. “Comfort,” “therapy,” or “emotional support” animals do not meet the definition of a service animal because they have not been trained to do work or perform a specific task related to a person’s disabilities.
Jury Service:
https://www.courts.nh.gov/jurors
ADA:
Mary Ann Dempsey, ADA Coordinator
ADA Phone:
603-271-9904
ADA Fax / Email:
mdempsey@courts.state.nh.us
About Additional Info:
There are 11 Superior Courts throughout the State of New Hampshire. Each county is represented by one Superior Court, with the exception of Hillsborough County, which has two courts, a northern and southern location.
Strafford County Superior Court
259 County Farm Rd., 3820, Dover, New Hampshire