The Judicial Council facilities consist of the offices of its staff, the Supreme Court, the Courts of Appeal, the Habeas Corpus Resource Center, the Commission on Judicial Performance, and all Trial Courts statewide. The Supreme Court is located within the Earl Warren Building of the Ronald M. George State Office Complex in San Francisco (98,155 square feet) and the Ronald Reagan State Building in Los Angeles (7,598 sf). The Courts of Appeal are organized into six districts, operate in nine different locations, and consist of 508,386 sf. The Trial Courts are located in 58 counties statewide consisting of more than 500 buildings and 2,100 courtrooms and approximately 13 million sf of usable area. The space includes public areas, such as courtrooms, waiting areas, clerks' offices, child waiting, records viewing, rooms for jury assembly and deliberation, and centers for self-help, alternative dispute resolution, and mediation, as well as private areas, such as judicial officer chambers, staff workspace, storage space, training rooms, and conference rooms. Judicial Council staff facilities, occupying approximately 261,500 sf, are located in San Francisco (Headquarters), Burbank, Sacramento, and field offices throughout the state. Judicial Council responsibility and management has gradually increased to what is now approximately 20 million square feet of facility space statewide.