How can I communicate with the Judge?

Q. Where is the court located?

A. The court is located at 10 N. First St. in downtown Miamisburg.

Q. When is the clerk's office open?

A. The clerk's office is open 8a-4:30p Monday through Friday.

Q. Is the clerk's office closed during lunch?

A. The clerk's office remains open during typical lunch hours.

Q. How can I pay my ticket?

A. You can pay your fines at the court building, over the phone, on-line by visiting the court's website, or send check or money order to:

Miamisburg Municipal Court
10 N. First St.
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342


Q. Will the court issue a warrant over a traffic ticket?

A. Yes, the court does issue warrants over unpaid traffic tickets, or your failure to appear on the assigned court date.

Q.When is my court date?

A. You can look up your court case on the court website front page by selecting "search records". You can also call the main number (866-2203) and speak to a deputy clerk. Select the option for Traffic and Criminal.

Q. When is open court?

A. Monday through Friday at 9am. Arrive early to get through security, and to check in at the clerk's office.

Q. How can I find out how much I owe, or when my payment is due?

A. You may find all case information on the website by selecting "pay online", or "search records". If you cannot find the information you need, please call a deputy clerk at 866-2203

Q. What if I can't pay my fine?

A. If you are unable to pay your fine, you may be eligible to get on a payment plan with the court. The payment arrangement clerk meets clients Monday through Friday between 8:30a-10:00a only. No appointment is necessary, but is on a "first come, first served" basis.

Q. How can I find out if my driver's license is valid?

A. You can find out is you are valid by visiting the Ohio BMV website at or call the BMV at 614-752-7600. Click BMV Directions for directions to the Cincinnati reinstatement center.

Legal Terminology Brochure 

Q. How do I get a judgment off my credit report that is through our court?

A. If the judgement has been satisfied, you may request a copy of the satisfaction and send it to all three major credit bureaus. If you need a certified copy, there is a $5 charge.

Experian, P.O. Box 9556, Allen, TX 75013 

Equifax, P.O. Box 740241, Atlanta, GA 30374-0241

TransUnion, TransUnion Customer Relations, P.O. Box 2000, Chester, PA 19022-2000

Q. How long before I get a court date in small claims court?

A. Approximately six (6) weeks from the date the claim is filed as long as there is successful service.

Q. I just received notice of a bank and/or garnishment of employer. What can I do to stop this?

A. Contact the plaintiff's attorney to resolve the matter, or fill out a request for hearing.

Small Claims Court Citizens Guide