In The Community

Seattle Municipal Court Community Outreach

Do you have unpaid Seattle/King County tickets, a suspended driver's license, or outstanding warrants with the Seattle Municipal Court? Do you need a free smartphone or want to sign up for DSHS benefits? Join us for our next community outreach event at Rainier Community Center (4600 38th Ave S) on October 17, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Seattle Municipal Court and partners will be on site to help you with:

  • Unpaid tickets and relicensing
  • Warrant quash/recall and setting a future court date without arrest
  • Access to an attorney about vacating a felony or misdemeanor conviction and debts to the court
  • Bus tickets and fare violation resolutions
  • Library classes, card services, resources for job seekers and entrepreneurs
  • Child support debt, license suspension, and application for DCS services
  • Direct on-site social services

Every quarter, we bring our court services along with supportive social services and resources from our Community Resource Center to Seattle neighborhoods. These events are an opportunity for community members to receive assistance with resolving Seattle Municipal Court warrants, addressing Seattle and King County tickets by setting up a payment plan or community service plan, regaining their driver's license, and accessing supportive services through the Community Resource Center and its partners. Court staff are present to answer questions about court processes, schedule hearings, and provide information on resources and programs available through the court.

Questions? Contact Carol Bell at (206) 684-5004 or carol.bell@seattle.gov.

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