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Wednesday Municipal (Traffic) Court starts at 5 p.m. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.
Monday Code Enforcement Court starts at 3:30 p.m. Doors open at 3:00 p.m.
Prior to court you may go online to the City of Powder Springs website or call the office to obtain the bond amount for your citation. Please allow 72 hours from the time you receive the citation for processing. We accept cash, credit cards (Visa, Master Card, and Discover only) and money orders for payment. No personal checks. To pay your citation online, visit the TicketFastPay website.
To request a continuance of your court date, you must sign in person. No continuances will be granted over the phone. If it is your scheduled court date do not leave a message. Online payments will be accepted until noon on the day of court.
Court Experience & Dress
The Municipal Court for the City of Powder Springs is open to the general public to observe court proceedings. Defendants shall dress in a respectable and presentable manner while attending court. No shorts, tank tops, ripped or torn clothing shall be worn by the defendant. Hats shall be removed by anyone attending court.
The City of Powder Springs strives to ensure that everyone's experience at the Municipal Court is a pleasant one, if you should have any questions regarding court policies and procedures, please call court services at 770-943-8020.
Failure to Appear If you fail to pay your citation or appear in court, notice will be sent to the State of Georgia Department of Driver Services to begin the process that will suspend your Driver License. An additional failure to appear charge will be added to your fine amount, and a warrant may also be issued for your arrest.