What does the Municipal Court Clerk do?
The Municipal Court schedules court dockets, accepts payments of court fines and costs, and reports traffic offenses to the State of Oklahoma when required by law.
What types of cases are heard?
Cases heard in Municipal Court are based on alleged violations of the City Charter and City ordinances, including State traffic laws adopted by ordinance. The City Charter establishes the existence of the city court function and the rules governing court proceedings. Bond schedules and rates for parking violations are established in the City of Enid Municipal Code, 2014.
When is Municipal Court held?
Traffic Court and hearings for adult misdemeanor charges are heard on:
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 2 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m.
Trials may be set for a different time.
Juvenile Court for non-traffic offenses is held on Thursday afternoons.
Who are the Municipal Judges?
The City has two part-time judges: The Honorable James Long and the Honorable Linda Pickens.
When is the Municipal Court Clerk’s Office open?
The Municipal Court Clerk’s Office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, except on holidays.
How can I pay for my traffic ticket and other fines and costs?
Traffic Ticket and other fines and costs may be paid online, by mail, by telephone, or in person on the first floor of the Administration Building of the "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Municipal Complex."
We accept cash, checks, cashier’s checks, and Visa/MasterCard payments.
Enid Municipal Court
401 W Owen K Garriott
Enid, OK 73701
Contact Nancy Chodrick, Municipal Court Clerk