On Aug. 4, Raymore voters will have the opportunity to vote on two No Tax Increase General Obligation (G.O.) Bond Issues that, if approved, will bring more than $23.5 million in improvements to our City's streets and parks without increasing the current property tax levy. Learn more here.

Municipal Court

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The Municipal Court now gives you the option to address your case at a virtual court appearance.  A virtual court appearance is a video conference with you, the judge and the prosecutor without appearing at the courthouse. 

If you choose to appear in person, face masks are required and social distancing rules will be followed.  Only 12 individuals are allowed in the courtroom at one time and everyone else will be required to wait in their car.

If you would like to schedule a virtual appearance or phone conference, please call the court by 2:00 on your assigned court date (816-331-1712).


A message from the court

If you have been summoned to come to court, your court date will be shown on your ticket.

You may plead not guilty by coming to court and a trial date will then be set.

You may plead guilty by mail, online through this website or by coming to the Raymore Court to pay your fine. Certain minor offenses are payable online prior to your court date.

If you want to plead guilty, but don't have the funds to pay your ticket, you still must come to court. You will not be arrested for not having money to pay.

If you are indigent, you may be required to complete documentation to be determined by the court as evidence of your financial status and as an aid to the court in assessing fines, costs and setting of a payment plan.

If you do not come to court when summoned (the date on your ticket), you are subject to a warrant being issued for your arrest.


UPDATE: Bail and pretrial release in municipal cases. 


The Raymore Municipal Court handles all traffic and City ordinance violations written by: