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Court proceedings are being held either virtually or in person. Go to for more information.

Per CDC guidelines, Adams County is considered a COVID-19 high-community transmission area  and wearing masks indoors in public places is recommended. City employees are wearing masks inside city facilities when in groups. Visitors are requested to do the same, especially persons who have not been vaccinated, but it is not required.

COVID-19 Update

Through the end of the year, the court will be conducting both virtual and in-person hearings:

  • Traffic cases and code/zoning cases will be held by remote appearance using Zoom. Go to for more information. Virtual appearances for these types of cases will continue for the foreseeable future.
  • Si necesita un interprerter español, vaya a la corte en la fecha en que se le da para comparecer.
  • A Spanish interpreter is available one court day a month. All individuals needing a Spanish interpreter will appear for in-person court.
  • All other cases will be in-person. You must appear on the court date and time you were given.
  • If you have entered a plea of Not Guilty and your case is set for trial, you must appear in person.

Northglenn Municipal Court hears all cases relating to the enforcement of
city ordinances. This includes traffic, criminal, parking and general violation summonses.

Municipal Court is located in the Justice Center, 50 W Community Center Drive. This in the area of 112th Avenue and Community Center Drive, near the water towers.


Court is held five times a month on either Tuesday and Thursday. Contact the court for the next available date.

Staff can be reached 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays at 303.450.8701.


The court is closed the following holidays, the same as City Hall.

  • New Year's Day, January 1
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day, third Monday in January
  • President's Day, third Monday in February
  • Memorial Day, last Monday in May
  • Independence Day, July 4
  • Labor Day, first Monday in September
  • Veterans Day, November 11
  • Thanksgiving Day, fourth Thursday in November
  • Day after Thanksgiving
  • December 23, December 24,  December 25

If one of these holidays falls on the weekend, please call the City at 303.451.8326 to see when the holiday will be observed.

Pay Your Ticket

There are several convenient ways to pay your ticket:

  • In Person
    • Stop by the court window in the Justice Center. You can pay by check, cash, money order, Visa,  Master Card and Discover. However, we are unable to accept a check for a past-due fine – please use another method of payment.

    • Use the drop box located outside the West entrance of the Justice Center.  Please include your ticket or case number on your check or money order. The drop box is accessible 24 hours, 7 days a week.
  • By Mail
    • Mail your check to the Northglenn Municipal Court, 50 W. Community Center Dr, Northglenn, CO 80234. The total amount due is on your ticket.
    • By phone

    • Call 877.685.4497.  You will need your ticket or case number, your court date and the exact amount of the ticket.  There is a $9.95 fee to pay over the phone through this third party provider. 

Submit your payment online

Please be aware there is a $9.95 convenience fee to submit your payment online. The city doesn't receive these funds, it is a fee paid for the service.

For more information about court and court appearances, please refer to the FAQ page.

Municipal Court Statement on Race and Equity 

Related Information

Northglenn Municipal Court
P: 303.450.8701
F: 303.450.8758

About the Judge
 Web_AmandaBailhache_IMG_8495Judge Amanda Bailhache

Amanda Bailhache was appointed presiding judge in June 2019. Prior to her appointment, Judge Bailhache served as a lead deputy public defender out of the Boulder Regional Office from 2006 to 2019.

Judge Bailhache received her undergraduate degree and her law degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is a member of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association and Colorado Municipal Judge’s Association. Judge Bailhache also sits on the Community Diversion Board, which oversees the Youth Diversion Program (YDP) for Adams County. Every winter, she teaches Intersession Trial Advocacy at University of Colorado – School of Law.

Judge Bailhache is active in the community and enjoys coaching both of her sons’ soccer teams with her husband.