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Directions to Scott County District Court

Scott County District Court
200 Fourth Avenue West
Government Center – JC115
Shakopee, MN 55379

Phone: (952) 496-8200

Directions Map

 

DIRECTIONS FROM MINNEAPOLIS/SAINT PAUL VIA 35W:

Take Interstate 35W South to the Shakopee – Highway 13/101 exit...follow 13/101 West through Savage to where Highways 13 and 101 split….Continue WEST on Highway 101 until the Highway 101/169 split. Bear LEFT on 169 South...Proceed on 169 South to the exit for County Road 17 (Marshall Road)….Proceed NORTH on County Road 17 to the stoplights at Fourth Avenue....turn LEFT onto Fourth Avenue….Continue straight for 12 blocks.  The main door to the Government Center is between Holmes and Atwood Streets, directly across from Fuller Street.

DIRECTIONS FROM JORDAN, BELLE PLAINE, NEW PRAGUE AREAS:

Take Highway 169 North....Turn LEFT on County Road 69....Proceed to downtown Shakopee....TURN Right on Fuller Street....Proceed on Fuller for 3 blocks....the main door to the Government Center will be directly ahead at the intersection of Fuller Street and Fourth Avenue.

DIRECTIONS FROM PRIOR LAKE, LAKEVILLE, BURNSVILLE, APPLE VALLEY AREAS:

Take County Road 42 WEST to Shakopee....Turn RIGHT onto County Road 17 (Marshall Road).... Proceed NORTH on County Road 17 to the stoplights at Fourth Avenue....turn LEFT onto Fourth Avenue….Continue straight for 12 blocks.  The main door to the Government Center is between Holmes and Atwood Streets, directly across from Fuller Street.

DIRECTIONS FROM EDEN PRAIRIE, CHANHASSEN AREAS:

Take Highway 212 South from Eden Prairie....at the Highway 212/101 split (the “Y”) bear LEFT….Proceed on Highway 101 South....Cross over the bridge into downtown Shakopee…At the stoplights turn RIGHT onto County Road 69….Immediately at the NEXT intersection turn LEFT onto Fuller Street....Proceed on Fuller for 3 blocks....the main door to the Government Center will be directly ahead at the intersection of Fuller Street and Fourth Avenue.