Am I Required to Attend My Court Date?You are not required to attend court unless the word "SUMMONS" is specified on your citation in the “Fine” column adjacent to the cited violation. “SUMMONS” indicates you have a MANDATORY COURT APPEARANCE set on the assigned arraignment date as noted in the lower left hand corner of the citation.
If you do not have a specified Summons and instead have a dollar amount specified in the “Fine” column adjacent to the cited violation, you are required to pay your citation prior to your court date or you MUST attend court on your assigned arraignment date in order to avoid Failure to Appear fines and a possible issuance of a Bench Warrant for your arrest.
- Online through the “Pay Your Citation” link on our home page
- In person at Morrison Town Offices at 321 Hwy 8, Morrison CO 80465
- By mail to Morrison Municipal Court, 321 Hwy 8, Morrison CO 80465
- Over the phone by calling (303) 697-8749
Instructions for Minors
If you were a minor on the date of your violation, you are required to have a parent or legal guardian's notarized signature on the back of your ticket and return it to the court with payment. A notarized signature indicates to the court you have informed your parent or legal guardian of the violation. If you fail to submit a parent or legal guardian's notarized signature it may lead to a potential loss of license and additional assessment of fines. If you choose to not pay the fine or have a mandatory court appearance, a parent or legal guardian needs to be present with you at court on your arraignment date.
2016 Arraignment Dates
Listing of the dates and times of scheduled arraignment dates with Morrison Municipal Court.
Please note: these dates and times are the only times the court house is open to the public. All payments and inquires may be made in person at the Town Offices, 321 Highway 8 Morrison, CO 80465.
Special Need for Handicapped or Hearing Impaired People
Should you need any handicap or hearing impaired assistance of any kind, you must notify the court at least 30 days prior to your arraignment date so that we may have services available to you.