Creve Coeur Municipal Court

The City of Creve Coeur Municipal Court is a municipal division of the 21st Judicial Circuit Court of St. Louis County. The Municipal Judge and Clerks of Court are empowered to collect fines, take oaths, sign and issue subpoenas, establish and operate the Violations Bureau and perform all other duties provided by the Municipal Code, ordinance and state law.

The Court prepares, maintains and safeguards all records, reports and documents relating to the court activities in the required manner as established by law.

Please Be Advised:

On June 6, 2019, the Municipal Court went live with the State of Missouri case processing system. If you received your ticket AFTER June 6, 2019, you may view, track and pay (if eligible) your case at

Cases filed PRIOR to June 6, 2019, may be searched at and may be paid at

Please be sure of your case status prior to making any online/phone payments. Payments made on the wrong systems will not have the electronic processing fee refunded.

View Your Case

  • Municourt website
  • Case information which is considered open to the public may be viewed at the above listed website.

Municipal Court Sessions/Dockets

  • Municipal Court is held at: Creve Coeur Government Center, 300 N. New Ballas Rd., Creve Coeur, MO 63141. 
  • The Municipal Court has up to three sessions monthly on Wednesday evenings at 5:00 p.m. Payment dockets begin at 5:00 p.m. and Housing at 4:00 p.m.
  • Dockets are held on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • All individuals summonsed to court must sign in on the night of court in order to have their case(s) heard.
  • All persons attending court are required to pass through the metal detector and are subject to search.
  • All personal items are also subject to search.
  • Dress accordingly for a court appearance.
  • Court sessions with the City of Creve Coeur Municipal Court are open to the public. However, please keep in mind that space in the courtroom is limited and court proceedings require a quiet audience.

Contesting a Violation

  • To contest a violation, you must appear before the Municipal Judge on your scheduled court date.
  • Municipal Clerks are not allowed to hear your case. Please do not present your case to the Municipal Clerks at the Violations Bureau.

Violation Bureau Hours of Operation

  • Violation payments, which may be paid outside of court proceedings, may be paid in person during the office hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Wednesday the cashier's office closes at 3:30 p.m.
    • The Municipal Court Office is closed on weekends and most holidays.
    • For after hour payments, a drop box is located inside the rear lobby entrance next to the Violations Bureau window.
  • Online Payment Information: 
  • The Court Violations Bureau is located in the rear of the building inside the lobby entrance.
  • The Court office is open every day but court dates until 5:00 pm for filing of information.  You may also utilize the drop box for submission of paperwork after hours (due to the number of items submitted, please bundle your paperwork in a secure manner prior to submission to the drop box) or you may fax your paperwork to 314-432-1962. 

Municipal Court Staff

The Court is administratively operated by the Court Administrator with the assistance of the Court Clerk staff. The Municipal Judge is appointed to a four-year term and has authority over all court operations.