The office of the Municipal Division Clerk is located at City Hall 215 Chester Avenue.
If you have any fines to pay or questions regarding court please contact The Municipal Division Clerk via phone or in person at 215 Chester Avenue.
PLEASE PAY YOUR TICKET ONLINE USING THE ABOVE LINK.
Please either pay your fine online. You can find your fines by looking at the fine schedule fee sheets.
Phone: (573) 264-2006 Select Option 4
Fax: (573) 264-0081
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
***PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT WHEN COURT IS IN SESSION THE COURT PHONE IS OFF***
PLEASE BE ADVISED THE MUNICPAL DIVISION CLERK CANNOT ANSWER ANY LEGAL QUESTIONS OR AMEND ANY TICKETS.
1st & 4th Thursday of the Month:
Court starts at 2:00 p.m.
Every Other 3rd Wednesday of the Month:
Court starts at 5:15 p.m.
Alan Moss - Municipal Judge
Steve Southard - Disqualifying Judge
Municipal Division Clerk: Vanessa Edmond
YOU CAN NOW PAY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE BY CLICKING THE LINK. YOU WILL NOW HAVE TO PUT ALL YOUR INFORMATION IN THERE BEFORE THE SYSTEM WILL LET YOU CONTINUE, BUT IT DOES NOT ASK FOR YOUR TICKET NUMBER.
The City Prosecutor files all cases heard in Municipal Court.
The Court is staffed by a part-time Municipal Judge, one full-time Court clerk.
Court staff cannot give legal advice.
Court costs are $34.50 per case.
Traffic Violations can be paid as follows:
The violation’s bureau, through the mail, or online on Scott City website under Administration, then Municipal Division, then click on the link to pay your ticket.
Certain citations require a court appearance.
Courtroom Decorum & Dress
Attorneys and court officials shall wear appropriate professional attire while in attendance upon the Court.
For male attorneys’ appropriate professional attire shall include a suitable coat, tie, and socks. For female attorneys’ appropriate professional attire shall include a suitable dress, or a suitable blouse and suitable dress pants.
SHORTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE WORN IN THE COURTROOM
Attorneys shall advise their clients and witnesses of the formalities of the Court, including attire, befitting a court appearance and seek their full cooperation thereby avoiding embarrassment to the Court and public as well.
Cell phone use in the courtroom is prohibited.