Phoenix Municipal Court

"With pride and integrity, we provide equal access to justice, professional and impartial treatment, and the fair and timely resolution of all court matters."​

View of Phoenix Municipal Court building, looking northeastThe Phoenix Municipal Court is the State’s largest limited jurisdiction court and is among the top ten busiest municipal courts in the United States. The Court handles cases that range from minor traffic violations to Class 1 misdemeanors carrying a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $2,500 fine. Annually, the court processes approximately 250,000 charges including approximately 80,000 criminal charges.


Contact Phoenix Municipal Court

300 W. Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003-2103

602-262-6421 (Phone)

For TTY call 7-1-1

602 534-3628 (FAX)

court@phoenix.gov

 

Doing Business With the Court 

Jury Duty Defensive Driving Program Make a Payment Compliance Assistance Program (CAP)

Protection Orders Interpreting & Translation Services (RFQ) Language Access PlanLanguage Access
Complaint Form
Formulario de Reclamación

Interpreters available.  For more information contact Cindy Price.

Interprete disponsible.  Para más información comuniquese con Cindy Price.

602 261-8157

cindy.price@phoenix.gov

 


Additional Information

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  Fraud Alert!  If you have received a parking ticket notification via email, please do not respond or click on any links. This email is not from the city of Phoenix, the city would not email you a parking violation notice.  Our City Information Security and Privacy Office is researching the issue.  Thank you for your vigilance and patience.

Special Notice - Unpaid Fines - Alternatives:  If you are required to pay fines, penalties, fees or other financial obligations as a result of a judgment of this court and you are unable to pay, bring this information to the attention of court staff or the judge because payments over time or other alternatives may be available. Do not ignore your responsibility to pay, as this may result in additional penalties and costs to you. For more information, contact the court or an attorney or visit the following webpage: 

https://www.phoenix.gov/court/cap


Phoenix Municipal Court 
"People and Programs"

 

 

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Tribunal Municipal de Phoenix - CAP66https://i.ytimg.com/vi/1szL3R5vvz8/hqdefault.jpgTribunal Municipal de Phoenix - CAPhttps://www.phoenix.gov/court/video/66El Programa de Asistencia para la Conformidad (CAP) es un nuevo programa propuesto por el Tribunal Municipal de Phoenix. El CAP está proyectado para ayudarle a solucionar multas de tránsito vencidas que se adeudan al Tribunal que pueden estar impidiendo el restablecimiento de su licencia de conductor de Arizona, para hacer un plan de pagos por todo cargo de tránsito y de estacionamiento en lo civil, sin tener que comparecer ante un juez. Si paga el anticipo y está de acuerdo en hacer pagos mensuales accesibles, el Tribunal le notificará al Departamento de Vehículos Motorizados de Arizona (MVD - Por sus siglas en Inglés) que usted está en conformidad con el Tribunal con las multas y cuotas de tránsito en lo civil. Entonces puede comunicarse con el MVD para averiguar qué debe hacer para restablecer sus privilegios de conducir.0x0120D520A808001A889114CA888F44ACA6CC7141071126text/html; charset=utf-8 Video