Town Court

Thank you for visiting the Zionsville Town Court page. Here you will find information on how to resolve your traffic citations and answers to your questions.


Zionsville Town Court is a Court of limited jurisdiction which handles Town Ordinance Violations and Infraction Violations only.
Zionsville Town Hall

Tickets & Infractions

Zionsville Town Hall is closed and in-person payments cannot be made as an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

The due date for a traffic ticket payment is 60 days after receiving it. Tickets can be paid online by credit or debit card via online payment. Tickets can also be paid by cash, check, or money order by mail or by placing it in the dropbox located at Zionsville Town Hall. If you mail or use the dropbox to pay your ticket, include a signed copy of your ticket and payment.

To deny a ticket and receive a court date, sign “I Deny the Violation(s)” on the ticket and mail it to the Zionsville Town Court or place it in the dropbox at Zionsville Town Hall within 60 days of receipt. The court will notify you of your trial date.

*Failure to pay your ticket or deny the violation within 60 days of receiving your ticket may subject you to license suspension.*

Tickets can be paid in person in the office of the Department of Finance and Records during office hours or by mail. Accepted forms of payment are cash, check or money order. Credit card payments are only accepted via online payment.

Court Sessions

All scheduled Initial Hearings have been cancelled until further notice. Bench trials have been continued. If you have any questions regarding your trial date, please contact the court at (317) 873-8240 or by email

Regularly scheduled court sessions are held every third Thursday of the month. Initial Hearings commence at 5:30 p.m. and bench trials begin at 6 p.m. Your court date appears at the bottom of your citation.
  1. Town Court

    Physical Address
    1100 W Oak Street
    Zionsville, IN 46077

    Fax: 317-873-8021

    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

  2. Doris Preyer

    Deputy Court Clerk