There is a Wellness Room in the Holman Law Center, 821 Main Street, Oregon City (next to the courthouse) Access is by electronic keycard. Get the key from the Law Library.
There is not a dedicated room for this purpose at the Jackson County Courthouse, but there are three rooms that can be reserved as soon as the attorney knows she will be appearing in Jackson County: Two third-floor conference rooms (Rooms 344 and 346) and a victim’s room (Room 224) on the second floor, 100 South Oakdale, Medford. These rooms are in demand, so please reserve a room in advance by contacting Terri Galedrige at 541.776.7171, ext. 196
For accommodation in federal court, contact Christy Weller, 541.431.4106.
There is a dedicated room for breastfeeding and pumping room in the Josephine County Courthouse, 500 NW Sixth Street, Grants Pass. Contact Teresa Pershing, 541.476.2309, ext. 4506.
Another dedicated room for breastfeeding is in the Josephine County Public Health Building, 715 NW Dimmick Street, Grants Pass. The room is located near the front waiting area. Off-street parking is available. For information, contact any front desk person or the WIC Breastfeeding Coordinator, Glenda Taylor, who is four doors down from the Breastfeeding Room. The building is open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
The attorney lounge at the Wayne L. Morse US Courthouse, 405 E. 8th Avenue, Eugene, is suitable for pumping and breastfeeding. The door has a code to get in. You may go directly to the clerk’s office and request access or contact Christy Weller, 541.431.4106.
University of Oregon Law Library–Ask the law librarian for information.
Oregon State Capitol–Ask at the information desk. The lactation room is in a lounge just outside Room 343.
Willamette University College of Law Library–Request a key from the library front desk.
In the current downtown courthouse, 1021 SW Fourth Avenue, Portland, there is a very small lactation room. Access is via the trial court administrator’s office. Go to the second floor administration office directly opposite the stairs. Ask for the key there, and someone will escort you to the room. Questions? Contact Rachel McCarthy at 503.988.4794.
In the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse, 1000 SW Third Avenue, Portland, there are two lactation rooms: ninth floor (room 904) and fifteenth floor (room 1504). These rooms are open to attorneys, court participants and anyone else visiting the courthouse. There are refrigerators available to store pumped milk in labeled containers.
Oregon Convention Center, 777 NE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Go to the administrative office on the second floor to inquire.
Portland City Hall–The lactation room is on the first floor.
Portland State University–The university has multiple lactation rooms which may be used by visitors. Hours vary, and you must call (503) 725-9878, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, for an access code. Click here for a brochure and campus map.
There is a dedicated room in the basement of the courthouse in Pendleton, 216 SE Fourth.
In both the courthouse (145 NE 2nd Avenue, Hillsboro) and the Justices Services Building (150 N. First Avenue, Hillsboro) there are lactation rooms. Both are accessible via public hallways and are adjacent to restrooms.
At the Oregon State Bar Center, 16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road, Tigard, attorneys and people doing business with the bar should ask at the second-floor reception desk for the “members room.”
Traveling? Try this Nursing Room Locator App.
If you would like to advocate for creation of a lactation room in your workplace, you may find the following resource to be helpful: