Ribbon Cutting for Judge Carey City Center set for August 28th
Published on August 24, 2020
CHEYENNE – On Friday, August 28th, Mayor Marian Orr and the City of Cheyenne will host a ribbon cutting ceremony at 2:00 p.m. for the Judge Joseph M. Carey Cheyenne City Center (300 W. 17th St.).
Masks are mandatory for the event and no food or drink will be allowed inside. Public parking is available at the nearby Jack R. Spiker Parking Facility.
On August 6th, a public open house was held for the recently completed building and on Monday, August 31st, Municipal Court services transition into the Judge Joseph M. Carey Cheyenne City Center under their standard business hours of 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The first floor of the building amasses 13,500 square feet with approximately 500 square feet of finished space on the second floor. The building consists of two court rooms and office space. The City Center was funded through the 6th Penny Sales Tax and is a fiscal year 2020-2024 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) project.
Municipal Court administers the operation of the judicial branch of the City Government according to the ordinances adopted by the City Council.
Cases adjudicated in Municipal Court include misdemeanor complaints covered under City Code and those State Statutes which are incorporated into the City Code, occurring within the jurisdictional limits of the City of Cheyenne.
These cases originate from: The Cheyenne Police Department, Parking Control, Animal Control, and The City Attorney’s Office.