Welcome to the District Court of Maryland for Anne Arundel County located in Glen Burnie, MD.
The District Court hears landlord/tenant cases, replevin actions, traffic violations, criminal cases classified as misdemeanors and certain felonies, and civil cases in the amount of $30,000 or less. The District Court does not conduct jury trials.
|Hon. John P. McKenna, Jr.
|Tamera L. Chester
General Information: 410-260-1800 | Toll-free Number (In-state only): 1-800-944-2688
TTY users call Maryland RELAY: 711
The courthouse is located at 7500 Gov. Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, MD 21061-3705. For assistance with special needs, contact the court immediately.
From 695 take Exit 3 to Route 2, Ritchie Highway. Court is located at intersection of Rt. 2 and Rt. 648 (Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd.).
From Route I-97 take Quarterfield Road (Exit 13) toward Glen Burnie. Make a left onto Crain Highway. Make a right onto Fifth Avenue. Make a left onto Ritchie Highway (Route 2). The Court is located on the southbound side of Ritchie Highway and B&A Boulevard (MD 648) next to La Fontaine Bleue.
MTA Bus Number 14.
Free parking on street and in parking garage next to court.
District 7 - Anne Arundel County
|Phase IV - Reopening Plan - March 15th - April 25th, 2021|
|Phase IV- Reopening Plan- 06/05/2020|
|Statewide - Issued by the Chief Judge of the District Court|
|Communication Regarding The CDC Agency Order And Landlord/Tenant Actions - 06/30/2021|
|Communication Regarding The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Interim Final Rule Involving The CDC Agency Order And Failure To Pay Rent Landlord Tenant Actions - 04/30/2021|
|Emergency Rental Assistance Program - 04/30/2021|
|Communication on CDC Agency Order and Landlord Tenant Actions - 03/30/2021|
|Fourth Revised Communication Affidavit Judgment in the District Court - 03/12/2021|
|Communication Regarding District Court Restricted Operations and Landlord/Tenant Actions During Return to Phase IV - 02/26/2021|
|Communication Regarding the Recently Enacted Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 - Updated 01/29/2021|