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Bonds, and fines can be paid through the CitePayUSA website (link below). Must appear cases and Cases that have went to warrant are exempt for payment through the website.
There is a possibility that you may be eligible for a program if you are 25 years old and/or under. You must first attend court to receive the option of attending the class.
Municipal Court is located in the Municipal Building at 2101 O'Neil Avenue.
Parking Citations can be paid at the Municipal Court at the Municipal Building, 2101 O’Neil Ave. If you want to contest the citation, please come to Municipal Court on the date and time that is located on the Citation. You will need to check in approximately 15 minutes prior to the court time to go through court. Do not check in after the court time.
Tickets can also be paid online through CitePayUSA as long as they aren't overdue.
Call 307-773-1003 with any questions about paying parking citations.
Any information generated by the Cheyenne Police Department may be requested from the Police Dept. - 415 W. 18th St. The telephone number is (307) 637-6533.
1) The Notice of Appeal citing the point of law that you feel was violated by the Court. We do not provide forms for this step. If you have an attorney, he will have the format to do this. Per Rule 2.07, Rules of Appellate Procedure, the Notice of Appeal shall: a) Specify the party or parties taking the appeal b) Identify the judgment or appealable order, or designated portion appealed; and c) Name the court to which the appeal is taken d) Be accompanied by the certificate or endorsement required by Rule 2.095 of the Rules of Appellate Procedure."
2) $20.00 cash, certified check or money order for filing fee for Municipal Court payable to Municipal Court.
3) $70.00 cash, certified check or money order for filing fee for District Court payable to Municipal Court.
If the 30th day falls on a weekend or legal holiday, the notice of appeal must be in to the Municipal Court by close of business on the first business day following the weekend or holiday.