Tolleson City Court

Tolleson City Court is a limited jurisdiction court. It is part of the Arizona State Court System and is subject to the authority of the Arizona Supreme Court.

It Hears & Decides On: 

  • Criminal and civil traffic violations
    • Click here for civil traffic options: Bond Card  
  • Criminal misdemeanor cases with a maximum penalty of six months in jail and/or a $2,500 fine  
  • Juvenile matters consisting of minor consumption of alcohol, curfew and truancy Traffic 
  • City ordinance violations

It Issues: 

8350 W. Van Buren St.
Tolleson, AZ 85353


Court Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Contact Information:
Phone: 623-474-4975
Fax: 623-936-3925

Olivia P. Moodyman, Court Administrator
Jaynee Loya, Court Supervisor

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Click here to pay your Court fine

Find-a-Lawyer website at:

WWW.AZBAR.ORG/FINDALAWYER

ATTENTION! PLEASE READ PRIOR TO ENTERING THE TOLLESON COURT BUILDING.

If you or someone that you have been exposed to have a COVID-19 diagnosis or any COVID-19 related symptoms, please do not enter the Tolleson Court building. Please call the court at 623-474-4975 for assistance. 

Effective, June 1, 2020, any Court participants entering the courtroom will be required to wear a your own or a court-provided face mask, face covering, or face shields when having in-person contact with court personnel. 

These restrictions have been placed for your safety and for the safety of our staff, following the recommendations provided by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC).

¡ATENCIÓN! LEA POR FAVOR ANTES DE ENTRAR EN EL EDIFICIO DE LA CORTE DE TOLLESON

Si usted o alguien a quien ha estado expuesto tiene un diagnóstico de COVID-19 o cualquier síntoma relacionado con COVID-19, no ingrese al edificio de Tolleson Court. Por favor llame a la corte al 623-474-4975 para asistencia.

A partir del 1 de junio de 2020, cualquier participante de la Corte que ingrese a la sala del tribunal deberá usar una máscara facial, una máscara o protectores faciales propios o proporcionados por la corte cuando tenga contacto en persona con el personal de la corte.

Estas restricciones se han establecido para su seguridad y para la seguridad de nuestro personal, siguiendo las recomendaciones proporcionadas por los Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades (CDC).