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Remember to allow 5 business days before calling the courts (303-604-8000) to get information about your ticket. 1. Once your driving record is reviewed staff will determine the fine and whether a plea bargain is available. 2. The fine and points are based on your driving record within the past 2 years. 3. Staff will also let you know how many points will be filed with the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). You will need to call DMV to get more information about the points on your license. Feel free to call Boulder DMV at 303-442-3006 or the Longmont DMV at 303-776-4073. **Please note: Some tickets may be mandatory court due to the nature of the citation.
You have several options for paying your ticket:
1. Pay online (www.cityoflafayette.com) *Note: Summons number is case sensitive.
2. Mail a check or money order (made payable to the City of Lafayette) to the Clerk of the Municipal Court at 451 N 111th St., Lafayette, CO 80026.
3. Pay in person M-F 8am to 5pm. The court is located at 451 N. 111th St., Lafayette (inside the Police building).
The citation number is case sensitive. Remember to type a capital letter.
When entering your date of birth, use the following format: 00/00/0000 (month/date/year).
Yes. In order to request a different court date you must come in person to the court office at 451 N. 111th St. to make the request.
We do not accept payment over the phone at this time.
Court clerks are not permitted by law to give legal advice. CU Legal Aid can be contacted at (303)-492-8047 or refer to their website for more information: https://www.colorado.edu/law/clinics/legalaid/clinic.htm
The court does not give copies of Police Reports. Please contact Police Records at (303)-665-5571.