Municipal Court

                 Greeley Municipal Court is closed to the public
                through April 30, 2020 in response to COVID-19.

Municipal Court is closed along with all other non-public safety facilities within the City of Greeley. Individuals scheduled to appear during this closure should call 970-350-9230 to reschedule their appearance. If you have an appointment with your probation officer, please call 970-350-9246 to reschedule with Probation. Please call to reschedule as soon as possible. If you do not reach a clerk for rescheduling, please leave a detailed message including your name and phone number, and a clerk will return your call immediately. 
All point reduction offers will be extended for the duration of the closure. If you have a payment due, the Court will accept payments online, via mail or over the phone to accommodate individuals during the closure.

City Officials Announce Public Closures in Response to COVID-19

City of Greeley officials decided to close non-emergency city facilities in response to the spread of COVID-19 and two presumptive positives cases in Weld County.

State officials are encouraging the cancellation of public gatherings in Colorado with more than 250 people. City officials strongly encourage any gatherings of fewer than 250 people to practice social distancing and CDC-recommended precautions.

At this time, Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment has identified two individuals who tested presumptive positive for COVID-19 via the testing process overseen by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). These individuals are considered “presumptive positive” until the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirm the cases.

This means effective immediately, the city is closing public access to all non-emergency facilities at the close of business today, March 13. The closures will remain in effect through April 30 at which time the situation will be re-evaluated. All essential city operations and staff — including, police, fire department, water, sewer, and key infrastructure will continue functioning. Emergency services will continue.


The City of Greeley Municipal Court was established to hear and try all alleged violations of the Charter and Ordinances of the City of Greeley. The Municipal Court is a limited jurisdiction court and a court of record serving the citizens of Greeley, Colorado. Read about our judges and clerk to the court.

We accept legal filings, completions, submissions, and other pleadings via mail, in-person, fax, or email Please include the party's full name, contact information, along with the case number(s) and/or citation number(s) on all documents.

Parking Citations (Tickets)

Vehicles can receive up to two citations or warnings per violation per day.

Payment Options

Additional Payment Options

  • In person: Municipal Court office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • Mail payment and citation(s) to: 
    Greeley Municipal Court
    1001 11th Avenue
    Greeley, CO 80631
  • Online
Payments are due within 30 days of the citation date. Please do not mail cash. Payments must be postmarked by the citation due date.

Appealing a Parking Ticket

If you believe that you have received a citation in error you can appeal your ticket online using our parking portal or in person at the Municipal Court 1001 11th Ave, Greeley CO. Please note that court staff cannot negotiate parking tickets. 

The first appeal must be within 15 days of citation, and will be reviewed by Parking Services staff. During the appeal process, your ticket will be held in abeyance (state of suspension, frozen) until there is a ruling on the appeal. If the appeal is approved, the ticket is dismissed. If the appeal is denied, the outstanding fine must be paid within 7 days of the appeal determination - or - a second appeal can be filed at this time to the City Parking Referee. If the parking referee approves the second appeal, the ticket will be dismissed. If the second appeal is denied, the applicant must pay the outstanding fines within 30 days of the appeal determination.

If you wish to appeal a parking ticket in person, please complete the parking ticket appeal form and submit it to the Greeley Municipal Court Clerk's office.


You can search for bench warrants online by going to the Weld County warrant search.

Traffic offenses, underage drinking offenses, juvenile defendants, and certain other offenses may receive an Outstanding Judgment Warrant (OJ/W) filed with the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles. This places a hold on your driving privilege until the case and all obligations are satisfied (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:
Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles
2320 Reservoir Road
Greeley, CO 80634


For additional information on how to clear a bench warrant and/or an Outstanding Judgment Warrant, please call us 970-350-9230.

Jury duty

Received a City of Greeley Municipal Court summons? See below for information. If you received a Weld County Court summons, please go to Weld County Court

Jury trials at the Municipal Court are typically one day in duration and summonses are sent out two to three weeks prior to the trial. If selected as a juror for trial, you will receive a Jury Notebook outlining trial procedures and expectations.

It is very important to appear and complete your service.

If you have a valid health issue or special circumstance that prevents you from doing jury service, please contact us immediately at 970-350-9230.

Useful Public Service (UPS)

Be aware. We verify all Useful Public Service.

You may complete UPS ordered by the Greeley Municipal Court at any non-profit organization. Review our Instructions for Useful Public Service for additional information and a list of suggested organizations. Work performed for a family member, a business, or an agency with which you have an affiliation does not qualify as useful public service.

Steps to complete UPS:

All documents need to include your full name, contact information, and a case or citation number.
UPS for Unlawful Noise Violations must be completed in the City limits.

  1. Review the Instructions for Useful Public Service
  2. Document your hours worked on the Useful Public Service Work Log
  3. Make sure that the agency signs the form and provides contact information so that the Court can verify hours worked.
  4. Return your Work Log to the Greeley Municipal Court two days before your scheduled court date or you must appear in Court as scheduled.  The completed work log can be emailed or faxed 970-350-9231.
  5. Verify that the Court has approved the completion and vacated the appearance date.

Weddings and civil unions

We have judges available to perform wedding and civil union ceremonies. Call us 970-350-9230 to schedule a ceremony.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Municipal Court FAQs

What is the Colorado Point System?
How do I request a jury trial?
How do I request a court appointed attorney?
How do I request restitution?
What are the possible penalties for Traffic Offenses or Infractions (Chapter 11)?
What are the possible penalties in the City of Greeley Municipal Court for all other offenses?
How do I appeal a decision from the City of Greeley Municipal Court?
Can court staff give legal advice?
What is the conduct in the courtroom?

Contact Us

Municipal Court
1001 11th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

970-350-9230 tel
970-350-9231 fax