How do I get a court date for my parking ticket?
There are 3 ways to obtain a court date for your parking ticket.

At the Greenfield Police Department, 24 hours per day.

At the Greenfield Municipal Court, Monday-Friday 8am to 5 pm.

Mail a letter to the Municipal Court
5300 W Layton Avenue
Greenfield, WI 53220

with the following information:
Full Name
Current address
Current telephone number
Driver’s license number
Date parking ticket was issued
The parking ticket number (located by PK in right-hand corner of ticket)
Preference for either an 8:30 am or 5:30 pm court session

Once this information is received, we will send a letter with your assigned court date.

A court date will not be assigned by telephone.

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1. Can I pay my fine online or by telephone?
2. How do I get a court date for my parking ticket?
3. How do I get to Greenfield Municipal Court?
4. How do I make a plea?
5. I have received a Restitution Notice, what is it?
6. I missed my court date; can I get another court date?
7. I received an expired registration/non-registration ticket and I now have my vehicle registered properly. Can I bring my registration information to court?
8. If my juvenile son/daughter receives a ticket, do I need to attend?
9. Is a court appearance mandatory?
10. Where do I pay my fine?
11. Why did I get a parking ticket in front of my house overnight?
12. Will I be assigned a court appointed attorney?
13. How can I reschedule my court date and time?
14. How can I get more time to pay my fine?
15. How do I register my vehicle and obtain or renew my driver's license?
16. What will happen if I do not attend court with my juvenile son/daughter?