Commissioner Mike Cantrell
District 2

Major Building Projects

George Allen Building George L. Allen
This building houses the Civil & Family District Courts, District Clerk’s Office, Child Support Office, 5th District Court of Appeals, a Law Library, the Central Jury Room and the County Courts at Law.
Old Red Courthouse
Renovations to Old Red Courthouse include additions such as the Museum of Dallas County History, the Visitors Bureau, gift shop, conference rooms, a Children’s Learning Center, and one oversized courtroom (the Hatton W. Sumner’s Courtroom) for use by the Dallas County Courts.
Lew Sterrett - South Lew Sterrett – South
The South Tower will replace the Suzanne L. Kays facility currently located on Riverfront Boulevard. The Kays facility, which was converted from a former warehouse into a 1,008-bed medium security jail, was opened by Dallas County in 1994.
Garland Government Center
The renovated Kroger building on Garland Ave is a purchase/exchange project that now houses a Tax Office, Justice of the Peace, Constable’s office, and Juvenile and Adult Probation offices.
Forensic 2011 Forensic Science
The new Forensic Science building was built on the county-owned property located at 2355 Stemmons Freeway, adjacent to the County’s Health & Human Services Building.

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Addison City of Carrollton Coppell City of Dallas
Farmers Branch Garland Highland Park Richardson
Rowlett City of Sachse University Park Valley Ranch
Wylie