As of January 3, 2017
You may now pay online at http://goodyearcourtpay.com
Pay Online by clicking below
OR CALL TOLL FREE 1 (623) 282-3272
If your violation is eligible for a reduced fine, per the Goodyear Municipal Court's Fine Schedule, you must provide proof to the court prior to paying online.
Please note: If you have been recently cited please allow 10 business days after the date you were cited in order for your citation to be filed with the court by the Police Department.
If you are currently on a payment plan please have your citation number or case number ready when making a payment.
For Case Information Click here: Case Search/Public Access
If you have been placed on F.AR.E. (the States Collection program/default status) Click here: F.A.R.E
If you have received a notification from the IRS regarding the Goodyear Municipal Court intercepting your taxes, please call the court at (623) 882-7200 for more information.
The Municipal Court has jurisdiction over a limited variety of cases. The Municipal Judge presides over misdemeanor crimes and petty offenses committed within the City. That includes all civil traffic, criminal traffic, criminal misdemeanors, juvenile traffic, liquor violations, and City Code.
The court has concurrent jurisdiction with the Justice Court on orders of protection, injunctions against harassment, and search warrants. The court also collects bonds, fines, fees, and restitution.
The Goodyear Municipal Court is part of the integrated judicial system and serves as the judicial branch of the Goodyear municipal government, and is subject to the administrative authority of the Arizona Superior Court and Arizona Supreme Court.
The Goodyear Municipal Court is located at the Justice Facility. Goodyear Council meetings, public meetings, city trainings, and city events are held at the Justice Facility.
If you received a citation from Litchfield Park please be advised that you must contact the Litchfield Park Court. The Litchfield Park Court uses our facility only on Wednesday afternoons to conduct their court proceedings. Please see our Resource Directory for contact information.
PLEASE NOTE: For detailed information regarding Arizona Supreme Court Rule 122- Electronic & Photographic Coverage of Public Judicial Proceedings, please click here.