John M. Roll U.S. Courthouse
For the public
8 a.m.–5 p.m. weekdays, except federal holidays
Free public parking located south of the building
Public transportation is available via Yuma County Area Transit
All visitors are required to clear airport-style security and comply with rules and regulations governing conduct on federal property. ADA access is available.
Restaurant options are available in the downtown main street area.
National Award of Merit, Federal/State/County/Municipal Category, Design-Build Institute of America, 2015
SRP Sustainability Award, American Institute of Architects – Arizona Chapter, 2014
Design Awards, Citation for Architecture, U.S. General Services Administration, 2014
Design Excellence, Project in Progress, Design-Build Institute of America's Western Pacific Region, 2013
Southwest's Best Projects, Government/Public Buildings, Engineering News Record, 2013
See fine art
Completed in 2013, the John M. Roll U.S. Courthouse honors the late Chief District Judge for the District of Arizona, who served as a board member on the project’s source selection panel for the building’s design and strongly advocated for its location in Yuma. The courthouse achieved LEED® Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council in part for its dramatic solar canopy that supplies 25 percent of the building’s energy, use of locally sourced building materials, and water-saving features.
For our tenants
All requests for key cards must be submitted through the tenant agency's management to the GSA Property Manager for approval. Requests will then be given to the U.S. Marshals Service to process.
Their office is on Floor 1, room M.
877-437-7411 Denver Mega Center for emergency or security concerns, or if no guard is available.