The Municipal Court is the judicial branch of City Government. This information should help you understand the Court proceedings and inform you of your rights and duties. We want every person to leave this Court feeling that he or she has been treated fairly.
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Traffic violations and violations of City Ordinances are tried in Municipal Court, such as trespassing, driving under the influence, and speeding tickets.
Damages in Civil Court
The Prairie Village Municipal Court has no jurisdiction over damages caused by an auto accident. Settlement of damages is a matter for a Civil Court to decide. To recover damages you will have to file a separate civil suit in another Court. Municipal Courts hear criminal misdemeanor cases involving violations of City Ordinances, Municipal Code violations and traffic offenses.
Upon conviction, a violation may carry a maximum fine of $2,500 or higher in some circumstances, and a possible jail term.
- 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
- Arraignments: 8:00 a.m. Typically, the first, second, and third Tuesday of the month
- Trials: 4:00 p.m. (check in by 3:30 p.m.) Typically, the second, third and fourth Thursdays of the month.
- Court dates and times may be canceled due to holidays or election days.
To confirm your pending court date, contact the Municipal Court at 913-385-4680
The fine schedule shall apply in the City of Prairie Village, Kansas for violation of sections of the Standard Traffic Ordinance (STO) classified as Ordinance Traffic Infractions. The description of offenses contained in this schedule of fines is for reference only and is not a legal definition.
- Michelle A. DeCicco, Municipal Judge
- Karen Torline, Municipal Judge
- Ashley Repp, City Prosecutor
Prairie Village Municipal Offices
7700 Mission Road
Prairie Village, KS 66208