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Englewood Municipal Court

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Englewood Municipal Court is closed to the public effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020 until further notice. 

Court staffing may be limited over the next several weeks. If no one answers, please leave a voice mail that includes your name, case number and phone number where we can reach you.  Please call or email between 8:30AM to 4:30PM, Monday through Friday. 

Court Phone: 303-762-2580                        

Court email:

To help ensure the health and well-being of employees and citizens, all court hearings have been suspended with the exception of mandatory electronic in-custody hearings from Arapahoe County Jail and emergency issues involving domestic violence cases.  No warrants will be issued for failure to appear, late fees imposed, or other “failure to appear” actions taken during this shut down for issues arising on or after March 17, 2020. 

In an effort to pro-actively address all defendant concerns, additional plea by mail options have been implemented for many pending cases.  Please call the court at 303-762-2580 or email us at to find out if these options are available to you.  Please leave your full name, case number, and a valid phone number where you can be reached.  Court staff will return your call or email as soon as possible as staffing allows and no later than within 3 business days.  These plea by mail offers will also be mailed out to you to the address given at the time you were issued your ticket.  If that address is not correct, please call or email the court to determine your options.  All cases that are not eligible for plea by mail options will be continued.  If you have not already called or emailed the court to reset your matter, you may also receive a notice by mail of a new court date. 



  • Call the above number to reset your case if your court date is PRIOR to May 132020.
  • Staff will inform you as to what options may be available at that time. Staff will work to ensure your matter is heard in a timely manner.


  • Call 303-762-2593 to determine how your case will be handled. Do NOT let your probation meeting come and go without contacting the probation officer.
  • Meetings will be held via phone or reset at the discretion of the probation officer.


  • If you have an active warrant you may also call the above number in order to discuss what options you may have in the matter.


  • Documentation can be emailed to the court email address above during the closure. Make sure you include your name, case number, and a valid phone number in case you need to be contacted.


  • The Victim Assistance office is closed at this time.  If you have questions or concerns involving your case, you may call 303-762-2594 or email .  Please include your name, case number, and a valid phone number in case you need to be contacted.  An Advocate will return calls and answer emails in a timely manner.

Englewood Civic Center
1000 Englewood Pkwy • 2nd Floor
Englewood, CO 80110
Phone: 303-762-2580
Fax:  303-762-2480

Business Hours:
8:30 am - 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Monday through Thursday
Call in advance to confirm Friday hours.

Municipal Court Overview and Goals

Englewood Municipal Court is a limited jurisdiction court serving the citizens of the City of Englewood, Colorado. The Court has jurisdiction over traffic violations, parking citations and local ordinances that include shoplifting, disturbances, assaults, code violations, animal violations and domestic violence matters. The City of Englewood has the only elected Municipal Judge in the State of Colorado.

The currently elected presiding Municipal Judge is Joe Jefferson.  He began his 4 year term in January of 2018 and focuses on providing the community justice through dignity, rehabilitative and restorative practices. 

Associate municipal judges are appointed by City Council through recommendation of the elected municipal judge. Currently serving 4 year appointments are:

  • Vincent Atencio
  • Linda Cohn
  • Tamra Palmer
  • Angela Schmitz
  • David Sprecace