PARKVILLE MUNICIPAL COURT CLOSED TO IN-PERSON ACTIVITIES UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
All court cases originally scheduled in May and on June 4th have been continued and notices have been mailed to each individual.
Municipal Judge Kevin Humiston issued an order to temporarily cease in-person activities for Parkville Municipal Court, effective March 24, 2020. The Court Clerk is available to answer questions. Payments can be made by mail to Municipal Court, 8880 Clark Avenue, Parkville MO 64152 or can be dropped off at the drop box on the north side of City Hall.
The Platte County Circuit Court issued an order to suspend all in-person proceedings through May 1, 2020 (some exceptions apply).
Notice – April 20, 2020: All cases scheduled for the May 15th docket have been continued to July 16th at 5:30 p.m.
Notice – May 13, 2020: All cases scheduled for the June 4th docket have been continued to August 6th.
The Parkville Municipal Court is a division of the 6th Judicial Circuit (Platte County Circuit). It is located on the 1st floor of City Hall. The cases heard in municipal court are those as set forth in the Revised Statutes of Missouri. The rules of the court are set forth by the Supreme Court of Missouri, statutes and ordinances.
You have the same rights in this court that you have in any court. A brochure titled “Know Your Rights” is available at the court counter for your convenience. The court is not allowed to provide legal advice.
Court is usually held on the first and third Thursday of the month in the Court Room on the 1st floor of City Hall.
- Probation docket – starts at 4:30 pm
- Plea docket – starts at 4:30 pm
- Regular docket – starts at 5:30 pm
Tickets & Court
If you were issued a No Insurance Ticket, please be prepared to provide proof of insurance on the date of your ticket.
If you do not appear for court or pay your fine as ordered, a warrant may be issued for your arrest AND your drivers license may be held/suspended by the Department of Motor Vehicles. If you are unable to appear you should contact the court clerk at least one day prior to your court date to secure a one time-continuance. Do not leave a voicemail as no such requests will be granted.
The Violations Bureau is set up for your convenience to receive your payments of fines and costs when court is not in session. Not all violations may be paid through the Violations Bureau.
No payments will be accepted after noon on days of court without appearing before the Judge. Payment may be made only by cash, VISA/Mastercard, or cashiers check.
Attorneys may email entries of appearance and motions.
General Code manages the City’s Municipal Code.
Municipal Court Staff
Phone: (816) 741-1332
Fax: (816) 741-6246