City of Yuma Municipal Court is held at the Yuma City Hall located at 910 South Main Street. City Court starts at 9:00 AM on the given date.
Everyone has the right to appear and contest any written city citation issued by a Yuma Police Officer or City of Yuma Code Enforcement Officer. Before your case is discussed with the judge, everyone is read their legal rights as a citizen. If an Officer “summons” the alleged suspect to City Court that means you are required to appear before the Municipal Judge on the date cited on the ticket. If an Officer issues a “penalty assessment” that means the alleged suspect has the opportunity to pay the fine BEFORE the court date (paid in full penalty assessments before the court date do not require a court appearance). Failure to pay or appear may/can lead to a bench warrant signed by the Municipal Judge mandating an arrest and/or could also include a hold on your driving privileges.
The City of Yuma attorney can be reached at 303-825-6444, if you have questions on your citation.
Anyone ordered to conduct Community Service through City Court must complete service by the date ordered in court. Failure to complete your Community Service could put a hold on your driving privileges. Clerk of Court is the Officer in Charge of all City Court Community Service. It is your responsibility to complete and document your approved Community Service to the court. Any questions related to Community Service should be made through 970-848-5441.