Due to the closure of the borough, a drop box will be placed in the vestibule of the Police Department.
For any court related paperwork example: Payments, Adjournment requests, Civilian Complaints or Motor Vehicle Issues, please put all correspondence in an envelope and include your name and phone number.
If you know your ticket or complaint number or driver’s license number, please include that as well. Please feel free to contact the Court Office via phone at 201-967-5646 or fax 201-967-5766 COURT IS CANCELLED on 3/18/2020
Chief Justice Rabner Announces Two-Week Suspension of Municipal Court Sessions - Court sessions will be suspended for 2 weeks beginning March 16 through March 27. Filings and payments will continue to be accepted in the receptacle located in the vestibule at Police Headquarters. Please include a name and phone number with anything that is dropped off. Defendants also may continue to make payments through the municipal court online payment system at NJMCDirect.com. Updated information about municipal court closures is available at njcourts.gov To view the entire press release from Chief Justice Rabner, click here.
930 River Road New Milford, NJ 07646
P: 201-967-5646 Ext. 8482 F: 201-967-5766
Mon. - Fri. - 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Court Sessions are the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays @ 2:00pm unless otherwise noted. Please check the calendar for dates and call to schedule an appointment.
It is through the Municipal Courts that citizens in the State of New Jersey come into contact with the judicial system, either as a defendant, a victim, or a witness. Since most citizens never appear before another court, it is from their experience in the Municipal Courts that most people base their conclusions about the quality of justice in New Jersey.
The Municipal Courts are considered courts of limited jurisdiction, having responsibility for:
Fish and game violations
Minor criminal-type offenses (for example, simple assault, bad checks)
Motor vehicle offenses
Municipal ordinance offenses (such as dog barking or building code violations)
A Municipal Court usually has jurisdiction over only cases that occur within the boundaries of its municipality
NO PARKING REGULATIONS
Parking is prohibited on all borough streets between the hours of 2am -5am except on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Parking is prohibited at ALL TIMES when streets are snow covered. Please contact the court for more details.