Volunteers at courthouse help visitors find their way

2013-08-13T10:29:00Z Volunteers at courthouse help visitors find their wayPatrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Visitors to Pima County Superior Court now can access a little extra assistance to help them find their way.

The court has started a concierge program, staffed by volunteers who can help visitors find the right courtroom, direct them to the jury office, records department, law library or other courthouse offices.

The volunteers also help direct traffic around the courthouse’s bank of elevators, which run notoriously slow often causing long lines to form on the first floor.

The concierge volunteers are stationed at a lectern next to the main information desk on the ground floor.

They are meant to augment the work of the information desk. Volunteers currently are at the courthouse on Monday’s and Tuesday’s.

Some volunteers also speak Spanish.

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