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If you have been sentenced to complete a class, you can find information about those classes here.
Institute for Specialized Alternative Education (I.S.A.E.)
Offers classes to YOUTH including: Teens and Tobacco, Petty Theft, Violence is Preventable, Violence Intervention,...
Unless specified in writing by the Judge, all community service must be completed at a Non-Profit (501)(c)(3) organization. There are many organizations that will benefit from your service. To find an organization, browse one of the following websites:...
FINES AND COSTS ARE DUE THE DAY OF SENTENCING
Pay in Person
Arvada Municipal Court, 8101 Ralston Road, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday excluding holidays. We accept Visa, MasterCard, cash, check or money order made payable to City of Arvada.
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The City of Arvada's curfew ordinance for juveniles can be found in the Arvada Municipal Code at 62-151 through 154. Anyone under 18 years of age is prohibited from being in a public place after 10 p.m. on Sunday thru Thursday nights, and after midnight (12 a.m.) on...
To request a continuance or to reschedule any hearing scheduled by the court:
The Defendant must make the request in person, at the court
If the Defendant is a juvenile, a parent/guardian must be present
All requests require signed paperwork indicating knowledge and acceptance of the new court...
The following list does not include every type of hearing held in the Arvada Municipal Court.
The arraignment is your first appearance before a Judge. This is your opportunity to be advised of the charge(s) filed against you and your rights in court; this is also...