SERVING THE NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY
MACON-BIBB COUNTY MUNICIPAL COURT
Effective, Friday, March 13, 2020
Macon-Bibb Municipal Court operations are suspended under Supreme Court Order from March 16, 2020 thru April 13, 2020. All cases during this time have been rescheduled and notifications of a new court date have been mailed to the address that was provided to the Court.
During this time, the Court is accepting payments of fines in person BY APPOINTMENTS ONLY on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. To Schedule an appointment please call 478-751-7151.
Ticket fine information is available online at www.maconbibb.us via Municipal Court’s webpage; or by calling (478) 257-5012.
For all additional inquiries or information regarding court matters, please email Court@maconbibb.us as individuals able to respond to these inquiries will not have phone access March 25th thru April 13th. A staff member will respond to your email(s) in the order in which it was received, Monday thru Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Chief Clerk of Municipal Court
Hours of Operation:
601 Mulberry St., P.O. Box 247, Macon, Georgia 31201
Macon-Bibb Municipal Court
PO Box 247
601 Mulberry Street
Macon, Georgia 31202
Macon-Bibb County has established this website to provide citizens with information concerning parking regulations and the payment of tickets/citations. An overtime parking ticket must be paid within 20 days of issuance to avoid additional fees.
Some tickets/citations may not be paid without first appearing in court before a judge. In Appendix III, Part I: Schedule of fines of Municipal Court’s website, you can look up those tickets/citations for which defendants must appear in court before they may pay their fines. Such “must appear” tickets/citations are not payable either online or by phone.
The mission of Municipal Court of Macon-Bibb County is divided into two sections: judicial and administrative. The judicial section consists of one full-time and three part-time judges. They are as follows: Chief Judge Crystal Jones; and part-time judges, Judge Robert E. Herndon, Judge William M. Shurling III, and Judge Kathryn W. Gerhardt.
The administrative section of the Court has eight employees, headed by Chief Clerk LaTonya Slaughter, Director of the Court. The administrative court personnel staff are organized into two divisions: financial and court operations/data entry. The financial division, managed by Deputy Chief Clerk Shemeka Williams, directly supports the judges in the courtroom and receives payments for court fines and arrest warrants. Financial Division employees: Tyler Johnson, Angel Smith, and Danielle Flowers.
The court operations/data entry division, managed by Deputy Chief Clerk Natalie Callaway, ensures entering citations into the court’s computerized database, performs GCIC-related and probation-related tasks, and prepares the L.E.C. court calendar. Court operations/Data entry Division employees: Theresa Simmons and Veronica Fuller.
The mission of Macon-Bibb County Municipal Court is to administer justice fairly, impartially, effectively, efficiently, and courteously to anyone charged traffic violations within Macon-Bibb County and with violations of Macon-Bibb County ordinances.
Cases filed in the Municipal Court of Macon-Bibb County are for violations of criminal rather than civil code. They include but are not limited to, certain misdemeanor state laws offenses and violations of Macon-Bibb County ordinances relative to environmental violations, traffic violations, parking violations, and other assorted misdemeanors.
Some examples of environmental violations include violations of the building code, of the housing code, of the unsafe building abatement code, properties subject to the Blight Tax and of the sanitation code.
Traffic violations include moving and non-moving violations committed by or in either personal or commercial vehicles.
Some examples of traffic violations include overtime parking, parking near fireplug, parking in hospital emergency door, double parking, and parking in a loading zone.
Misdemeanor violations include, but are not restricted to, selling alcohol without a license, creating unnecessary noise, creating noisome odors, disorderly conduct, cutting utility wires, and disfiguring public property.