City Hall is open to the public on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Look up your case information and/or pay eligible fines and traffic tickets online at:
On Thursdays, the building will be accessible for court patrons only between the hours of 8:30 am and 3 pm. COVID-19 safety protocol will be implemented every day and masks are required for all municipal building occupants. (If you do not have a mask for court, one will be provided.) If you wish to pay your fine for a PAYABLE citation and NOT appear, you may drop your payment off in the silver drop box in the front parking lot of city hall, you can pay over the phone by calling 1-877-793-7938 or online at Reynoldsburgcourtpayments.com. Please note, if you choose to pay online and you are paying an amount other than your original offense amount, (dismissal costs for example) use the drop down option "OTHER" to manually enter the amount you owe. If you leave a message on the court's voicemail, we will try to respond to you as quickly as we can under the circumstances, however, voicemail messages will not alleviate your appearance obligation. If you have any symptoms related to COVID-19, such as coughing or fever, please contact the Clerk of Court for further instructions.
Reynoldsburg Mayor’s Court hears most criminal and traffic misdemeanor offenses that occur within the jurisdiction of the Reynoldsburg Police Division and the City of Reynoldsburg Building Code Compliance Department, with the exception of offenses committed by juveniles, second offense operating a vehicle under the influence violations (OVIs) and second offense driving under FRA (Financial Responsibility) or second offense OVI suspensions cases. In addition, civil claims, domestic violence charges, menacing by stalking and protection order violations are also matters that are excluded from Reynoldsburg Mayor’s Court jurisdiction. Mayor’s Court is in session at 8:30 a.m. each Thursday, excluding holidays.
Court: What Should I Expect?
We answer the common questions that come up regarding going to court in our What to Expect page.