A jury trial has been scheduled to be held on Friday, June 18 at Parker Town Hall (20120 Mainstreet, Parker, CO 80138). If you have received a jury subpoena to serve during this trial, please check back at this page as the date approaches for updates on the trials’ status. Jury selection will take place at the PACE Center. If you have questions, please contact the Court at 303.805.3195.
Town Hall reopened to the public on Monday, May 17, 2021. Please note the following adjustments to operations as we continue to practice safety measures to combat COVID-19.
Attendees are required to wear face coverings/masks when entering rooms occupied by Town Attorneys/Prosecutors who are present in Town Hall for Court proceedings and when meeting with Town Attorneys/Prosecutors.
If your class is not offered in person, you may complete the class online. A certificate for either the in-person or online class is required. For more information, contact the Municipal Court at 303.805.3195.
The Parker Municipal Court processes Town of Parker and Town of Foxfield misdemeanor and traffic offenses. The Court also processes court-ordered community service and classes.
The Parker Municipal Court hears both Parker and Foxfield summons. Parker misdemeanor and non-electronic traffic summons are yellow and Foxfield summons are pink. Both Parker and Foxfield penalty assessment summons may be paid online.
Attorneys appearing in the court may fax their entry to 303.805.3126 or you may email the Court your entry. If you received a blue or green summons, you will need to contact Douglas County Court at 720.437.6200.
View the State of Colorado Model Traffic Code.
The Parker Municipal Court now has a Community Supervision Program. The program is designed to provide supervision to juveniles and adult defendants in the Parker Municipal Court who may pose a risk to the community or, in the case of juveniles, who may be at higher risk to re-offend or fail to thrive, and thus become a greater burden to the community. Supervision will further the goals of rehabilitation and community safety. For more information about court-ordered community service, view our Community Service Form.