Municipal Court

Location: Administrative Judge: Hours: Contact:
City Hall
701 N St, Suite 232
Kansas City, KS
66101
Judge Brandelyn Nichols-Brajkovic Monday - Friday
8:00AM - 5:00PM
P: (913) 573-5200 F: (913) 573-5210 E: Email
  

 

Your KCK Municipal Hearing or Payment Date will be Postponed – Let’s try to resolve your case remotely!

Hearings & Customer Service by Appointment Only.
In the Yellow Zone, the Municipal Court will hold hearings and conduct customer service by appointment only. Walkup services are not available. Call before you report to Court or the Clerk’s Office

What do I do about my Court Date?
If a Court appearance is necessary, you will be contacted by the Court to reschedule.

What do I do about my payment?
You can pay online or by mail. We will contact you with a new pay by date.

If you need help:
Call Us: (913) 573-5200
Email Us: kckmunicourt@wycokck.org

           

 

Our Mission
To serve with fairness, honesty and integrity

 

It is through the Municipal Courts that most citizens in the State come into contact with the judicial system, either as a defendant, a victim, or a witness.

There are two full-time judges that are appointed by the County Commission, and are granted the authority under state law to pronounce sentences on those found guilty or to grant probation or parole. The Municipal Court is considered a court of limited jurisdiction, having responsibility for.

  • Motor vehicle and parking tickets
  • Minor criminal-type offenses (for example, simple assault and bad checks)
  • Municipal ordinance offenses (such as dog barking or building code violations)
  • Fish and game Violations

A Municipal Court usually has jurisdiction only over cases that occur within the boundaries of its municipality. The Municipal Court acts on tickets written by Kansas City, KS Police, Wyandotte County Sheriff's Office, Railroad Police, KU Med Center Police, Kansas City, KS Code Enforcement Officers and Kansas City, KS Animal Control Officers, Parking Control Officers and Park Rangers.

Tickets written by the Kansas Highway Patrol are processed by the District Court.



2019 State of the Court