Issuance of Warrants
Warrants are signed and issued by the Municipal Judges for city ordinance violations. When a defendant fails to appear for a summons or fails to appear for a court ordered hearing, a warrant may be issued. This enables a police officer to detain and transport the individual to the county jail so they can appear before the judge or court who issued the warrant.
Traffic offenses, underage drinking offenses, juvenile defendants, and certain other offenses may also receive an Outstanding Judgement Warrant or OJ/W. An OJ/W is filed with the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles and places a hold on your driving privilege until the case and all obligations are satisified (including all costs and fines). If the case is not resolved in a timely manner, your driving privilege may be suspended.
For questions regarding your driving privilege, contact the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles. If your driving privilege is suspended, you will need to go through the reinstatement process which may include fees and/or testing procedures.
Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles
2320 Reservoir Road
Greeley, CO 80634
phone: (970) 352-5845
Hours of Operation:
M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
To search the Weld County Warrant Search for a City of Greeley Municipal Court bench warrant, go to:
Please call the City of Greeley Municipal Court Clerk's Office for additional information on how to clear a bench warrant and/or an Outstanding Judgement Warrant.