Office of Court Administration
Court Administration manages day to day court operations such as: scheduling (Arbitrations, Divorce Master hearings, Custody Conciliation conferences, Mortgage Foreclosure); issuing jury summons; jury selection, judicial assignments, courtroom and equipment management, ADA accommodation; interpreters for limited English proficiency case participants (subject to judicial discretion); and general public information. All duties are performed subject to the direction of the President Judge.
Mission: The Courts of the 43rd Judicial District of Pennsylvania, as an independent branch of government, are dedicated to the administration of justice in a fair, impartial and timely manner in accordance with the rule of law and the constitutions of the United States of America and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Vision: In fulfilling this role, the Court will strive to provide the communities it serves with an environment that is safe, accessible and respectful to all. The Court will conduct its business with integrity, competence and a commitment to excellence in order to promote public trust and confidence in the judicial system.
Court of Common Pleas
43rd Judicial Court
610 Monroe Street Suite 221
Stroudsburg PA 18360
Phone: (570) 517-3009
Fax: (570) 517-3866
Monday - Friday
Closed all major holidays
If you require an accommodation under Title II of the ADA, it is recommended that you make your request as soon as possible or at least three (3) business days before your scheduled participation in any court proceeding or activity. All requests for accommodation, regardless of timeliness, will be given due consideration and if necessary, may require an interactive process between the requestor and the 43rd Judicial District of Pennsylvania to determine the best course of action.
Jury Services manage all aspects of the jury selection process for trials and grand jurors.
The Custody Department manages custody operations within the Family Division of the Court of Common Pleas.
A directive necessary to administer properly the court's affairs but not inconsistent with the constitution or with court rules and administrative orders enacted by the supreme court.
A grouping of formal or informal rules or regulations, adopted and implemented at a local level, that govern the practical or procedural affairs of a local court.
Assessment Appeal forms, Court Administration forms, Criminal forms, Civil forms, Custody Conciliation forms, Judicial Transcripts, Jury Management forms, and Mortage Foreclosure forms.
Documents and policies for the local court of the 43rd Judicial District.
An effort by the Court of Common Pleas to address the increasing number of property foreclosures in the County.
A system to help protect adults of all ages who have been appointed a guardian by Pennsylvania courts.
Online application to locate a Magisterial District Judge in Monroe County.
PA Courts InfoShare is created by the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts to visually highlight interesting information about the courts and data captured by the Judicial Computer System.
The Court has a Facility Dog on the premises as part of its Canine in the Courts Initiative.