If you are interested in community service, you must schedule an appointment to speak with the Judge. All community service must be done through Syracuse City. If community service is approved by the Judge, email Jody Peeters.
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Action must be taken on a citation within 14 days from the date of violation. Taking action includes paying the required bail or scheduling an appointment to appear in Court to enter a plea or make payment arrangements.
Failure to take action will result in a late fee being added. In addition, a warrant for your arrest may be issued.
Most moving and non-moving violations do not require a court appearance.
All moving violation and driver license violation convictions are sent to the Driver License Division.
If you are interested in Traffic School, you must schedule a court appointment to find out if you qualify for traffic school. Traffic School ordered by Syracuse City is done via Driving Basics. Read information about scheduling court appointments.
If you wish to keep a conviction from causing points to be added to your driver's license, you must schedule a court appointment for an arraignment and discuss these options with the City Prosecutor. Find out how to schedule a court appointment.
No. The Court reports moving violations to Utah Driver License Division only. However, many insurance companies do random checks and, for a fee, they can obtain a copy of your driver history from the Driver License Division.
Syracuse City follows the recommended bail schedule set by the State of Utah.
Anything above 30 miles per hour over the speed limit requires a Court appearance and the person cited must schedule an appointment with the Judge.
Bail amounts on all the above are doubled if the violation occurs in a construction zone.
The amount is $120 for the following violations:
If there was an accident, a $30 surcharge is added.
Payments are accepted online, by mail or in person at the court (1979 W 1900 S).
To pay online, visit Xpress Bill Pay, a safe, secure site for online payments. You will need your citation or case number in order to process your payment. The City accepts Visa and Mastercard.
When paying by mail, please include a copy of your citation with your payment. Your check or money order should be made payable to Syracuse Court and mailed to:Syracuse Justice Court1979 W 1900 SSyracuse, UT84075
Online payments may be made to Syracuse Justice Court for the following charges:
The Syracuse Justice Court inside Syracuse City Hall at:1979 W 1900 SSyracuse, UT 84075