Marysville Municipal Court
Courthouse Closure Information
The Marysville Municipal Court facility will remain closed to the public through September 4th. We encourage you to do court business with us online, by email or by phone. Most Court hearings will continue to be done through remote hearings or online. Please contact your attorney for guidance or contact the court to confirm your address so a new court date may be mailed to you.
Beginning, Monday, June 22nd, from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. the court will allow immediate family members access to the courtroom for viewing of in-custody hearings only. No children will be allowed. A custody officer will open the door for you. There may be limited health screening prior to your entry into the building however, if you are feeling ill or running a fever please do not come to the courthouse. Parties viewing the hearings must wear a face coverings and use hand sanitizer before entering the courtroom. Parties must also maintain social distancing (6 feet apart) while in the courtroom. See Mask Policy for more information.
If you need to drop off paperwork or payments you may use the drop box at the back of City Hall, 1049 State Ave. Please clearly mark the envelope "court". Failure to do so may result in a delay of processing.
To access a court hearing please review the information on the Court Calendars page.
Jury Trials have been canceled through September 4, 2020 by Administrative Order 2020-06.
Fines and penalties can be paid online, by phone or mail. Please find more information on the Pay My Fines page.
This action is taken for the safety of our residents, customers and employees to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your cooperation.
Update Regarding Court Business
All contested and mitigation hearings will be conducted by email only through the end of December, 2020. There is a link on the infraction page to submit a hearing online. Attorney represented cases will continue to be heard before the judge using remote hearings until the building is re-opened.
Pay Online or by Phone
Please consider paying your fines and penalty online. There is more information on the Pay My Fines page.
All probation appointments will be conducted via phone through September 4, 2020.
All criminal cases will be conducted through a remote platform and telephonically. If you have a hearing scheduled and have not received your remote hearing code please contact the court or your attorney. Court calendar information will be posted daily.
If you have an eligible warrant for recall you may contact the clerk’s office at 360-363-8050 to receive a new court date.
Public Defense Screening
Face to face screening are suspended at this time. Please complete an application and either mail it or fax it into the court at 360-657-2960. An application can be found on the Public Defender page. Please provide an address and phone number so a representative may contact you.
By order of the Marysville Municipal Court Administrative Order 2020-06, jury trials will be suspended through September 4, 2020.
Domestic Violence Protection Orders
DO NOT FILL OUT THIS FORM IF YOUR ISSUE DOES NOT RELATE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. If you live in Marysville or Lake Stevens, the Marysville Municipal court can prepare a temporary order. The form is available online and can be submitted by email to the Municipal Court. Call the court for more information 360-363-8050. Contact Snohomish County Superior Court for information about protection orders.
Please contact the court if you need a protection order other than a Domestic Violence Protection Order, 360- 363-8050.
The Marysville Municipal Court is a court of limited jurisdiction. The Municipal Court Judges have jurisdiction to preside over traffic infractions, misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors and code violations for the cities of Marysville and Lake Stevens.
The Municipal Court does not hear civil cases, small claims cases or name changes. Information for those cases can be located on the Snohomish County District Court website.
Municipal Court Judge
Municipal Court Judges are elected to serve a term of four years. Judge Fred Gillings and Judge Lorrie Towers currently serve in the capacity of Municipal Court Judge.
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