Judges will work in court from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Want to get married on Valentine’s Day?

Franklin County Municipal Court invites all engaged couples who wish to hold a civil marriage ceremony on February 14 of this year to make an appointment.

Judges will be in court from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Although walk-ins are welcome, wait times may be longer and ceremonies will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis.

The wedding ceremonies will take place in Courtroom 14A on the 14th floor of the Franklin County Municipal Court, located at 375 South High St. in Columbus.

The room will be decorated for Valentine’s Day and wedding guests will be able to attend.

To make an appointment, call the municipal court duty room at 614-645-3889.

There is no judge fee to perform the ceremony, but there is a $25 marriage license fee that must be obtained and paid in advance at the 3rd floor of the Columbus Courthouse Civil Division.

Couples interested in the ceremony must present their marriage license and payment receipt upon arrival and upon check-in on the 14th floor to proceed with the ceremony.

For more information, visit the court site.

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