The Town of Castle Rock is taking appropriate measures to ensure the health and well-being of the community, and of its employees, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pursuant to a May 17 order from Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Brian D. Boatright, people in public areas of Castle Rock Municipal Court must continue to wear facial coverings through June 18, 2021.
Some cases continue to be heard virtually, by Zoom. If you have a case that's set for a virtual hearing or would like to watch one, please register online.
This information pertains only to the Town of Castle Rock Municipal Court. All court proceedings are governed by Town ordinances, court rules and State Statutes. Court employees are not allowed to give legal advice, but will be happy to answer any procedural questions.
The Castle Rock Municipal Court has jurisdiction over violations of Town ordinances. This court handles traffic, parking, animal and misdemeanor criminal offenses that have occurred within the Castle Rock Town limits.
Some violations require an appearance in court, while others may be resolved by paying a fine instead of appearing. Many traffic violations are payable prior to court, but most criminal violations require an appearance in court before a judge. Fines may be paid from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the Municipal Court, 100 Perry St.
We accept cash, checks, money orders, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover.
Parking at the Municipal CourtPlan to arrive 10 minutes prior to your hearing time due to the limited parking availability. Please check the Downtown Parking Map. Due to current construction, the map is subject to change.
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