Due to COVID-19, Town Hall is open for walk-in business Monday-Friday from 10:00 am-3:00 pm. For additional information, visit our COVID-19 resource links below.

Please read "Safer At Home" orders prior to appearing in court. Safer At Home Order


Community Service Time Sheet

Trial Procedures Information Brochure

Boulder County Sheriff's Records Request (Discovery)

The Superior Municipal Court is committed to the administration of justice through a fair and equitable process, providing professional and respectful customer service to each individual so as to enhance citizen confidence and trust in our court system.

Superior Municipal Court is an independent branch of the statewide Judiciary system, with jurisdiction to hear cases that deal with the Town of Superior parking citations, traffic violations, misdemeanors, animal, and code violations.

Municipal Court Judge
David Thrower

Prosecuting Attorney
K. Colette Cribari

Hours of Operation:
Tickets can be paid; Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm. Fines and Penalty Assessment payments are accepted in person at Town Hall, by mail, by phone with a credit card (Visa or Master Card) or now online at

Municipal Court is held on the second Wednesday of every month, 9:30am, 1:30 and Juvenile ONLY at 3pm.

Trials, if scheduled, are the 2nd Thursday beginning at 9:00 am

APPROPRIATE DRESS IS REQUIRED IN THE COURTROOM. Shorts, tank tops and hats are inappropriate courtroom attire. If you are not dressed appropriately, THE COURT MAY HAVE YOU LEAVE AND COME BACK ANOTHER DAY.

**SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR JUVENILES (Persons under 18 years of age). You must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.